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Our coping with cancer support group provides a safe space to connect with others coping with cancer – exchange support and receive information and guidance while discussing the unique challenges of living with a cancer diagnosis. This group is free of charge and led by our licensed clinical social worker, Janet Creef, who provides emotional and practical support throughout the cancer program here at The Outer Banks Hospital.
Offered the second Wednesday of each month from 11:ooam-12noon
Our breast cancer patient support group provides a safe space to connect with other women coping and living with breast cancer – exchange support and receive information and guidance while discussing the unique challenges of women living with this diagnosis. This group is free of charge and led by our licensed clinical social worker, Janet Creef, who provides emotional and practical support throughout the cancer program here at the Outer Banks Hospital.
Offered the third Wednesday of each month from 11:00am-12noon
Connect with others who have a loved one diagnosed with cancer. In this group, led by Janet Creef (Outer Banks Hospital Oncology Licensed Clinical Social Worker) people can share their personal experiences, ways of coping and helpful resources. This group is free of charge and open to any person who is currently impacted by the cancer diagnosis of a loved one.
Offered the fourth Wednesday of each month from 11:00am-12noon
These support groups will be held via teleconference (computer/internet connection or telephone required).
For more information, or to reserve your spot, please contact: Janet Creef, LCSW, 252-449-2314, [email protected].
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The Outer Banks Hospital Cancer Services has partnered with the Look Good Feel Better Foundation, the Professional Beauty Association and community cosmetologists and estheticians to provide the Look Good Feel Better Program for local cancer patients. Trained beauty professionals demonstrate makeup techniques, wigs and scarves to help women with cancer cope and adjust to the side effects of treatment (hair loss and changes to skin complexion and nails).
The program is provided free of charge to all female cancer patients.
During this time, we will also be offering these sessions virtually. Please call Marie at 252-449-5935 to enroll in a session.
Visit our Classes and Events page for exact days and times.