Throughout the month, we offer information and education for anyone on their cancer journey. From lectures hosted by top doctors to spirituality and self-care, our information and education programs can help participants and families prepare for difficult times while providing much needed support.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, African Americans have the highest mortality rate of any racial and ethnic group for all cancers combined. Learn how to talk about, normalize, and take your power back from the “C” word to best navigate the healthcare systems for yourself and/or loved ones. Resources provided. Facilitator: Sydney Beeman, MA, NCC, LPC
You're invited to attend MetroHealth's 4th Annual Cancer Center Survivorship Symposium: Building Your Toolbox, a free in person and virtual event for cancer survivors and their families. Presentation and resources for: Emotional support, Exercise, Caregiver Support, Nutrition, Creative Arts Therapies and more. In person attendance at Scott Auditorium (2500 MetroHealth Dr., Cleveland) Virtual via Zoom (link will be sent to register participants).
Click here for more information and to register online. Questions? Or to register by phone, call 216-778-8557
For men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer within the last twelve months. Facilitators: Mary Fisher-Bornstein, LISW-S and Brittani Davis, MA, LPCC-S LICDC
Feeling overwhelmed with your new cancer diagnosis? You are not alone. Share with others and learn how to navigate the challenges. Includes information on important questions to ask your physician. Facilitator: Susan Marinac, MSSA, LISW-S
For families, friends and other support people for those with cancer. Learn the right things to say and avoid awkward conversations. Learn what is helpful and what is not helpful. Learn how to be of the greatest help emotionally. Presenter: Eileen Coan, MA, MLS