Counseling and Support Groups
Cancer CAREpoint offers one-on-one, couple and family counseling sessions with Master’s level professionally trained social workers to provide cancer patients, survivors, family members and caregivers with the personalized support they need. Clients can ask questions, learn coping skills, express emotions and obtain referrals to services and resources appropriate for their situation.
Please call 408.402.6611 to schedule an appointment.
Support and Expressive Art Groups
Cancer CAREpoint provides a wide variety of support groups and expressive arts programs for both cancer patients and their caregivers. Support groups may focus on a specific cancer or different stages of cancer. All provide a supportive environment to explore the challenges of a cancer diagnosis. Support groups are offered both during the day and in the evening. Unless otherwise stated, all groups meet at the Cancer CAREpoint Resource Center.
Groups and meeting times are subject to change. Please check the calendar on our website for the latest information. Please call 408.402.6611 to register to attend a group session.
Breast Support Group
Meets 1st Friday of each month at 1:00 pm, the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 3:30 pm and the 4th Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Open for breast cancer patients/survivors at any point of the journey from diagnosis through survivorship.
Caregivers Support Group
Conversation & Creativity (formerly Collage Art)
General Support Group (all cancer types)
Meets 2nd Tuesday of the month at 10:00 am and the 4th Wednesday of each month at 4:00 pm. Open to people diagnosed with all kinds of cancer at any point of the journey from diagnosis through survivorship.
GI-Colorectal Support Group
Healing Through Art
Living & Thriving with Grace Support Group
Ovarian Support Group
Villages General Support Group
A cancer diagnosis impacts the whole family, and for a parent diagnosed with cancer, there is additional stress regarding how to help their child cope. Cancer CAREpoint offers programs designed to help parents and their child communicate and provides tools and emotional support to cope. Learn more about Family CARE.