Cancer Survivorship Support Program

Allegiance Health understands that emotional support is important to the healing process. Our Cancer Survivorship Support Program offers you an opportunity to talk with others who share your experience and provide a safe environment where you can voice your fears, frustration, hopes and joys.

Sessions are led by experienced and caring cancer professionals who will provide topics for discussion. Participants may bring a friend or family member over the age of 18.

With respect for all of our support program participants, we ask that younger children not attend. Walk-ins are welcome, and you may join at any time. We encourage you to join us!


Wednesday December 9, 2015 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM


Allegiance Emergency Care Sage Room, 2nd Floor 205 N East Ave Jackson, Michigan 49201




For questions, please contact Jill Humphrey, LMSW, at (517) 789-7122, ext. 1575.

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