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|Support - Thyroid||Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor|
|Offering support to individuals and those affected by thyroid cancer. Join others who are facing similar challenges in this peer-led discussion group. For more information, please call (734) 975-2500.|
|Support - Prostate||Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor|
|Offering a support group to individuals and those affected by prostate cancer. Offers the opportunity to connect with others to discuss the unique challenges associated with prostate cancer.|
|Support - Ovarian||Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor|
|Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor offers a support group to individuals and those affected by ovarian cancer.|
|Support - Children Who Have a Family Member or Friend with Cancer||Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor|
|Offering support to children who are affected by the cancer diagnosis of a family member, friend, or caregiver. The group is also open to children who have cancer themselves. This group is divided by age offering children ages 4-18 an opportunity to make friends and learn skills to help them when affected by cancer.|
|Bereavement and Grief Services||Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor|
|Organization offering support to those who are grieving or have experienced the death of a loved one.|
|Support - Family and Caregiver||Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor|
|Offering support to people with a family member who has cancer. Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor offers a weekly support group to friends and family coping with a cancer diagnosis.|
|Counseling Services||Catholic Charities of Michigan|
Provides a variety of counseling services, case management services and community outreach. Catholic Charities of Michigan has network of psychologists, ACSWs, Ph.D.s, Master’s level counselors, community support workers, social workers, and other professional counseling staff.
|Respite Care||Catholic Social Services - Senior Services|
|Assistance to in-home caregivers of patients, who are age 60 and older. Volunteers visit with the senior two to four hours per week to provide non-medical support such as companionship.
|Support - Family and Caregiver||Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan|
Offering support to families affected by leukemia, as well as referrals to support groups in many counties in Michigan
|Camps||Childrens Oncology Services|
|Children’s Oncology Services offers camping experiences for children and adolescents diagnosed with cancer.
Resources with are provided by the American Cancer Society.