We offer a variety of emotional support options for those diagnosed with any type of cancer, their caregivers, family, friends and anyone living with the loss of a loved one.

Our counseling sessions and peer-based support groups are led and facilitated by licensed mental health professionals. Support groups provide a regular time to connect with others who “get” the cancer journey. Peers can openly explore the many emotions and challenges, while providing insight and wisdom to others.


Our licensed mental health professionals are available to meet with you individually to help reduce cancer-related distress through listening, coping strategies and helpful resources.

By phone, by zoom or in person meeting safely with masks and social distancing for now, we are here for you. Please let us connect you to the support and resources you need.

“Gilda’s Club gave me the support I needed after my breast cancer diagnosis. Members of my group “get it” and we share each others’ struggles, concerns and encourage each other. It’s a great place of support!”


Peer to Peer

Peer to Peer support is proven to help educate, provide validation, emotional support, and empowerment. These individuals have stories connected to cancer that want to share how they’ve worked through comparable situations or had the same questions. Survivors, caregivers, family, friends and co-workers.

“I turn thirty this year and I am proud to say that I am a cancer survivor. Thanks to this organization, I found comfort in healing on the inside before I healed on the outside. Just remember: no matter what life throws your way, you don’t have to do it alone.”



Living with a cancer diagnosis brings unique challenges that not everyone can truly understand. In this peer-based, weekly group, you’ll have the chance to share your emotions and experiences with others who “get” what you’re going through. For people who are in active treatment or up to 12 months post treatment.

Tuesdays: 4:00 – 5:00 pm

Thursdays: 11:30am – 12:30 pm


Grief is a journey, as well as a process. As you work through it, there may be a time where it would help to connect with others who have lost a loved one to cancer to find an empathetic ear.

Tuesdays: 5:30-6:30 pm


Join other young adult female cancer survivors (diagnosed under age 50) as you navigate finding a new normal. No singing “Kumbaya” here, just real women learning to live and thrive through cancer.

2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month: 5:30 – 6:30 pm


This group is for those who have had or are considering prophylactic surgeries OR have been diagnosed with a genetic mutation that increases their risk of developing cancer (includes syndromes).

1st Tuesday of the month: 5:30 – 6:30 pm


While cancer patients are often surrounded by support, families often deal with unique challenges that not everyone understands. In this weekly group, you have a supportive space where you can express your concerns, fears and, yes, even frustrations. It is open to family and friends of people with cancer.

Tuesdays: 4:00 – 5:00 pm


Join our Program Specialist and Art Therapist, Amber, (LMHC, ATR-BC) as she guides you through moments of mindfulness and discovery through art. No art experience required. Limit of 5 people per class. RSVP required.

Mondays: 2:00 – 4:00 pm


Connect with other people of color who are navigating a cancer diagnosis.

1st Thursday of the month: 4:00-5:00 pm


Treatment’s over, and now you are back to normal right? We know it isn’t always that simple. In this peer-based, weekly group, you’ll have the chance to learn how to navigate your new “normal” with others who have also completed treatment.

Tuesdays: 4:00 – 5:00 pm


Head and neck cancers can come with additional obstacles, making everyday tasks like swallowing and speaking difficult. Connect and hang out with others facing similar obstacles. Group facilitated by Jen Christopher (SLP).

4th Wednesday of the month: 5:30 – 6:30 pm


Enjoy a night out with the guys enjoying good food, fun, and a great company! No fee to attend- bring a male friend or family member. See monthly newsletter for activity and location.

3rd Thursday of the month: 5:30 – 7:00 pm

We Can Help

  • Relieve cancer-related distress
  • Improve your sense of control over the situation
  • Increase your coping skills
  • Connect you with others who are dealing with similar challenges
  • Refer you to other community organizations, information and providers