USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center Support Groups

"Saving Lives Through Patient Support and Advocacy."

It is critical for colorectal cancer patients to have a strong support network of family, friends and caregivers during their diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Coping with colorectal cancer is possibly the most challenging life event you will ever have to face. A strong support network will help you confront the difficult journey ahead by empowering you with knowledge and hope and helping ease the burdens of daily life. As you reach out, you will find that support comes from people in all aspects of your life. Loved ones, family, friends, coworkers, health care professionals, religious institutions and cancer support organizations are all important sources of emotional and educational support in the fight against Colorectal Cancer.

Colorectal Cancer Support Group

The USC/Norris Cancer Hospital's
Social Services Department and The Department of Colorectal Surgery
hosts a monthly
Educational Support Group
for Persons Living with Colorectal Cancer
and their Family Members

We meet monthly
on the 4th Wednesday of each month
4:00 to 5:30 p.m.

at the

USC/Norris Cancer Hospital
1441 Eastlake Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90033

Click Here for directions

To Sign Up for Our Group
For More Information
Please call Jane Ruiterman, LCSW
at 323 865-3156

Cofacilitaed by Yolee Casagrande, R.N. and Jane Ruiterman, LCSW