Family Support Group

Professional guidance to help patients, family members, partners, caregivers and friends discuss their experiences with each other as well as with other patients and families in similar situations.

First Wednesday of every month
6:00 - 7:30pm
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Hospital
Hummingbird or Bluebird Room

Facilitators:
Callee Redman, RN, BSN
Melanie Stachelski, MA
(303) 253-1582


Front Range Aplastic Anemia Support Group

Come join fellow survivors, family and friends at the Front Range Aplastic Anemia Support Group Serving the Denver Metro/Boulder area, this group meets monthly at various locations for:

  • Informal Fun
  • Information Sharing
  • Support

This is a great opportunity to meet other Aplastic Anemia survivors and their families.
For more information, contact:
Kevin McNamara (303) 642-7943 kevin_mcnamar@yahoo.com
Ellen McDonough (303) 881-7904 javaqueen601@gmail.com
Joyce Deming (303) 421-3684 jdeming4821@yahoo.com


Psychosocial Support Groups

Men’s Group: meets on the 3rd floor of CBCI. This group is designed for men who are being treated for cancer or who are cancer survivors. It is a time to share experiences, build relationships, and receive support. This group is currently being held and is ongoing; meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, 11 to 12:15pm.

For information or to sign up for the group, please contact Melissa Sommers, LCSW at (720) 754-4558
Email: MelissaSommers@HealthONECares.com


Amyloidosis Support Groups

Learn more about the disease, current treatments and clinical trials.

Patients, caregivers, adult family members and medical personnel are welcome to attend. (No matter where you are treated)

Guests
Dr. Martha Lacy -Mayo/Rochester and your local docs along with Clinical Trial Liaisons

Saturday, April 21, 2018
8:30pm 2:00pm

Presbyterian St. Luke’s
Colorado North & Room
1719 East 19th Ave
Denver, CO 80918

A complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Please send your RSVP To: Info@AmyloidosisSupport.org OR call Toll-Free 866-404-7539 (Leave a message with number of attendees and type of amyloidosis)

Amyloidosis Support Groups
www.AmyloidosisSupport.org