Living Today Cancer Support Group
"Living Today," is a cancer support group for individuals who have or had cancer, whether receiving treatment or not. Spouses, caregivers, family members, and friends of people who have or who have had cancer are welcome and encouraged to attend. The "Living Today" support group meets the second Tuesday of every month, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at the ProMedica Coldwater Regional Hospital's Community Cancer Center, 370 East Chicago Street, Coldwater. The facilitator of the group is Jane Johnson, a registered nurse. "Living Today" cancer support group is free thanks to funding from the Community Health Center Foundation. For more information, please call 517.279.5301.
The goals of the "Living Today" support group are:
To provide support, understanding and referrals to community resources
To share feelings in a safe and confidential atmosphere
To provide education about cancer and its myths
To provide speakers, including physicians and other healthcare professionals, to speak about cancer and other related topics
It's not uncommon for someone to be directly related to or know someone else who has fought and been affected by cancer. Those involved know the terrible obstacles cancer can create. PMCRH's Community Cancer Center exists to help cancer patients and their loved ones through a difficult time and assist them and their family in every way possible. PMCRH's Cancer Center offers outstanding, compassionate care in a close-to-home setting.