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Camps YMCA Storer Camps  
  YMCA Storer Camps offers Camp Catch-A-Rainbow (CCAR), free of charge, to enrich the lives of children between four and fifteen years old who are being treated for cancer or who are in remission from cancer. Camp Catch-A-Rainbow provides the opportunity for children to simply have a good time and enjoy the experience of exercise, recreation, and ...
Bereavement and Grief Services Yatooma's Foundation For The Kids  
  Organization offering support services to families with children who have are grieving or have experienced the death of a parent. Services may include, but not limited to: support groups, grief counseling and referral services.
Counseling Services Washtenaw County Public Health  
  Provides a wide range of support services for individuals, couples, and families in crisis or experiencing emotional or mental stress. Clients who need mental health services will receive a clinical screening completed by a behavioral health professional.
Crisis Hotline University of Michigan Psychiatry  
  Providing emergency assistance to those who might be suicidal, lonely or depressed. Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) provides emergency/urgent walk-in evaluation and crisis phone services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Support - General Cancer University of Michigan Health System  
  Living with Advanced Cancer is a support group for women, who are at advance stages of cancer. To learn more, please call 1-800-865-1125.
Support - Head and Neck University of Michigan Health System  
  Offering a support group to patients, family and friends affected by head and neck cancers.
Support - Brain University of Michigan Health System  
  Offering support to individuals and those affected by brain cancer. The Brain Tumor Support Group is open to patients and family members.
Bereavement and Grief Services University of Michigan Health System  
  Provider offers various resources to support to those who have experienced the loss of a loved one secondary to cancer. Resources may include, but not limited to Coping Through Transitions (an online booklet) and the Candle Lighting for Hope and Remembrance annual ceremony. For more information, please call the University of Michigan ...
Support - General Cancer University of Michigan Health System  
  Offering a support group to young adults age 18-30 who have had cancer or are going through cancer treatment.
Support - Lymphedema University of Michigan Health System  
  Offering support to individuals and those affected by lymphedema. Provider offers a Lymphedema Education Group on the second Tuesdays of each month.



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