Emotional and practical help to put the pieces back together after brain injury or stroke. Informal, fun meeting over breakfast (buy your own). Contact Jim Mickelson, 406-544-6629, for more information.
Support group run by and for people who have had a stroke or brain injury and the people who care for them. Informal, fun meeting over lunch (buy your own). Contact Doug Combs, 406-549-2146. to learn more.
The Breast Cancer Support Group is open to any woman diagnosed with breast cancer, whether they are newly diagnosed or are a survivor. Women are able to talk to peers who have survived breast cancer physically and mentally, and who can act as a role model.
The Breast Cancer Support Group meets on the first and third Wednesday of every month, 11 a.m.-noon.
Call 406-329-5713 for more information.
The Cancer Support Group is free and open to those in all phases of testing, treatment and follow-up for cancer, as well as family and friends. The group is a joint effort between the Montana Cancer Center and Partners in Home Care, Inc.
The Cancer Support Group meets on the second Thursday of every month, 12-1:30 p.m.
Call 406-240-0996 for more information on specific meeting topics and locations.
Diabetes Club meetings are free of charge and open to anyone with Type 1, Type 2 or prediabetes. Bring your questions and share in a nonjudgmental, positive and informative atmosphere.
Meetings are held the first Thursday of every month, 6-7 p.m. in Room 107 at the Providence Center.
Call 406-329-5781 for more information.
For anyone affected by Epilepsy. Patients, friends, family and providers are all welcome.
Mended Hearts is a group for those who have experienced heart disease, or who have had a loved one experience heart disease.
The Mended Hearts Support Group meets the second Monday in September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April and May. The group meets at 2 p.m. in Conference Room 3 on the 1st Floor of the Broadway Building at St. Patrick Hospital.
One in five women experience some form of postpartum emotional challenge. This does not occur because of something a mother does or does not do, and it can affect anyone.
If you are in need of support, or would like more information, call Katherine Schwartz, LCSW: 406-327-3022.
The monthly Weight loss Support Group meetings are intended for bariatric surgery patients or anyone interested in weight loss surgery.
Topics vary monthly with different talented and enthusiastic presenters. The goal of the group is to offer continued support to patients through education and information for ways to maintain their new and healthy lifestyles. Literature suggests Bariatric patients have a greater chance of long-term success when they regularly attend support group.
Call 406-329-5866 for more information.