Breast Cancer Support Groups
The support of family, friends and colleagues can be helpful for those going through breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and beyond. Some people living with breast cancer benefit from involvement in support groups, which can help in the recovery process by offering information, emotional support and an additional support network. Health care facilities and other organizations throughout the Komen St. Louis service area host breast cancer support groups for those living with breast cancer, along with support groups for family members and friends of those with breast cancer.
Everyone has different needs, so it’s important to find a healthy support system that works best for you. Talking to a patient navigator is a good way to find a support group that fits your needs.
Before attending for the first time, we recommend contacting the group to confirm the meeting date, time and location.
ST. LOUIS CITY AND COUNTY
Antioch Baptist Church/The Mustard Seed
The Breakfast Club: Sister to Sister Sharing & Caring
Breast Cancer Support Group – Cancer Support Community
Breast Cancer Support Group – Christian Hospital
Breast Cancer Support Group – St. Anthony’s Medical Center
Girls’ Night Out Support Group – SSM St. Mary’s Health Center
Living With Breast Cancer Support Group – Siteman Cancer Center
Sistah Connection Breast Cancer Support Group
Women Supporting Women – SSM St. Clare Health Center
Young Women’s Breast Cancer Program (YWBCP) Monthly Support Group
Breast Cancer Support Group – SSM St. Joseph Health Center
Life After Breast Cancer Support Group – SSM St. Joseph Medical Park
Breast Cancer Awareness and Support Group – Mercy Hospital Washington
Breast Cancer Support Group – Jefferson Memorial Hospital
Life After Breast Cancer – St. Elizabeth’s Hospital
Susan G. Komen for the Cure National Toll-Free Breast Care Help Line 1-877 GO KOMEN (1.800.465.6636)
Calls to this helpline are answered by trained and caring staff members Monday through Thursday from 8 am to 6 pm and Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. The helpline provides free, professional support services to anyone with breast health and breast cancer concerns, including breast cancer patients and their families.