Support Groups

Due to COVID-19, all in-person support groups, classes, and services have been canceled until further notice. Please visit our Eventbrite page for current virtual offerings.

Breast Cancer Support Group

This group provides a safe, supportive environment in which participants can share their personal experiences and exchange thoughts and coping strategies.

Cancer Caregivers

Caregivers to a family member or friend with cancer need support too. This group is for those who are caregiving and provides a safe atmosphere in which to share resources, experiences, and helpful tips.

Cancer Support Group

This support group is for adult men and women experiencing any type of cancer. The group provides a safe and supportive environment in which participants can share their personal experiences as well as thoughts on coping with their disease.

Diabetes Support Group

Patients and their families learn how to manage diabetes through diet and medication.

Look Good…Feel Better

The Look Good Feel Better class focuses on teaching beauty techniques for women undergoing cancer treatment. Although most changes in your appearance are temporary, this class focuses on all the ways you can look good and feel confident during your cancer journey.  Led by cosmetology professionals, the two-hour class will provide advice and step-by-step tips on hats, turbans, make-up, and skin and nail changes. A free make-up kit will be provided to all participants. Complimentary wig fittings and wigs are offered to participants.

Orientation Class for the Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patient

This is a one-on-one consultation with an oncology nurse navigator for men and women with a new diagnosis of cancer. The consultation provides information on the diagnosis, treatment, and resources available at San Antonio Regional Hospital.

Pilates for Cancer Health

According to the National Cancer Institute, in general, exercise is highly recommended for cancer patients as well as cancer survivors. Light exercise, like Pilates, can improve physical function, reduce fatigue, and potentially increase the quality of life for people with cancer.