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ONLINE SUPPORT SERVICES

Support Groups are often one of the best ways that participants at Waterford Place garner strength and wisdom. Support Groups at Waterford Place are safe spaces for participants to share information while also receiving support in managing difficult experiences and celebrating successes along the way.

We are pleased to offer the following support groups online. For more information about these programs or to register, please email omar.ramos@waterfordcrc.com or call 331-301-5280.

Virtual Connections Calls

Connection Calls are an informal way to stay connected with your friends and staff at Waterford Place.

Mondays, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Wednesdays in Spanish, 10 to 11 a.m.

To join a Connection Call, please email omar.ramos@waterfordcrc.com or call 331-301-5280 to register and receive login information.

Online Support Groups

Aurora Multiple Myeloma Networking Group
International Myeloma FoundationFirst Wednesdays: August 5 (no July meeting) • 6 to 8 p.m.
This group is open to those diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma as well as their loved ones. To sign up, please call Valarie Traynham, group leader, at 630-423-6510 or aurora@IMFsupport.org. This group is affiliated with the International Myeloma Foundation.

Men’s Group
Fourth Tuesdays: July 28, August 25 • 6:30 to 8 p.m.
This group is open to men who have or have had a cancer diagnosis. Facilitated by a social worker who is also a prostate cancer survivor.

Oncology-Focused, Short-Term Counseling
By Appointment Only
Short-term counseling is provided to address cancer-related issues and is available to those diagnosed with cancer and their family. Up to five sessions are provided to address concerns such as sadness, worries, communication, returning to work, body-esteem and other similar issues as they relate to a cancer diagnosis.

Grief Counseling
By Appointment Only, provided through a partnership with Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care of Illinois.
For many, the grief experience that results from the death of a loved one can generate a myriad of feelings, confusion and questions. Talking with a bereavement specialist one-on-one about this experience can assist in the coping process.

Make a Difference

Waterford Place is free of charge to participants; however it is entirely supported by philanthropy meaning that every gift matters. There are many fundraising, corporate giving, individual donation, wish list and volunteer opportunities. Learn more about ways to give.