From coping with a diagnosis of cancer to handling treatment to dealing with long-term emotional and financial concerns, cancer patients and survivors often face stressful situations.

Our goal is to help create a comfortable and relaxed environment for men to share their experiences and concerns.

In addition to bringing in guest speakers and experts in fields such as nutrition, pain management, treatments and more, we will encourage an open discussion and dialog in a laid-back atmosphere designed to meet your needs.

This group is a supportive network providing the necessary information to help everyone who has had or currently has any cancer diagnosis.

Why join a cancer support group?

Studies have shown that being part of a cancer support group can have important benefits. These include:

  • feeling better about yourself
  • finding a new focus in life
  • making new friendships
  • improving your mood & learning to cope
  • having better pain control
  • better understanding of your family needs
  • finding a way to support & help others newly diagnosed

Meeting Times

Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of each month at 12pm – 1pm at the First Christian Church. For more information, please contact us at the number below.

Contact: Amy d’Autremont RN, OCN 

Infusion Supervisor, Cancer Care Services Coordinator, Oncology Nurse Navigator



Department Contact
  • 406-535-6382