We are continually working to expand our reach and serve more people impacted by cancer in St. Louis.
We currently have partnerships with the following hospitals and cancer centers.
David C. Pratt Cancer Center Mercy Hospital
Cancer Support Community of Greater St. Louis and Pratt Cancer Center partner to provide Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer Monthly Networking Groups as well as survivorship, mindfulness and education workshops each quarter.
Saint Louis University Cancer Center
Together, St. Louis University Cancer Center and CSC make yoga more accessible to people affected by cancer in St. Louis City. People affected by cancer and their friends and family are able to participate in yoga every Friday at Noon at the St. Louis University Cancer Center. People affected by Multiple Myeloma are also invited to participate in our Multiple Myeloma Monthly Group on the Second Tuesday of every month, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., Room 302, SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital - West Pavilion
Siteman Cancer Center/Center for Advanced Medicine
Cancer Support Community provides a From Cancer to Health ™ Weekly Group and a Survivorship Program.
Siteman Cancer Center-South County
Cancer Support Community provides twice monthly From Cancer to Health ™ sessions to help participants manage stress, learn ways to lessen the impact of physical symptoms of cancer, and develop coping skills for common problems faced by people with cancer.
Siteman Cancer Center, West County
At the monthly Ann Arenberg Pancreatic Cancer Networking group attendees exchange stories, treatment tips, and share concerns about quality of life, intensity of diagnosis, nutritional issues and other effects of pancreatic cancer.
Cancer Support Community also provides twice monthly From Cancer to Health ™ sessions to help participants manage stress, learn ways to lessen the impact of physical symptoms of cancer, and develop coping skills for common problems faced by people with cancer.
St. Anthony’s Cancer Care Center
Cancer Support Community of Greater St. Louis and St. Anthony’s Cancer Care Center provide ongoing educational workshops ranging from issues of survivorship to coping with the cost of care.