Like cardiac rehab offered to heart attack survivors, ATTH helps cancer patients recover, rebuild health, reduce stress, boost hop and manage fear of recurrence.
12-Week Survivorship 101 Class
For cancer survivors and their family caregivers, these research-based weekly classes focus on wellness and relaxation, helping them regain physical and psychological strength. The Survivorship 101 Class helps participants to rebuild health, boost hope, and manage stress and fear. Thanks to our generous sponsors, these classes are FREE to survivors and their caregivers.
For more information on the Survivorship 101 Classes:
For men and women with Any Type of Cancer, click here.
For women diagnosed with Breast Cancer, click here.
For family/friend Caregivers, click here.
Outside of the Omaha area? To find a program in your area, click here.
The Art of Living Beyond Cancer Conference
Prepare for a day filled with Hope, Help, and How-To's as A Time to Heal brings together the best of the best information and resources for anyone whose life has been touched by cancer. The 2019 conference will be A Time to Heal's 5th annual! Registration for the 2019 will open February 1st!
April 13, 2019
Scott Conference Center, Omaha, NE
Support Groups for those with Metastatic or Recurrent Cancers
Professional facilitators help survivors and caregivers create their best lives possible while living with cancer. Sessions enhance nutrition, exercise relationships, and emotional strength. empowering participants to make choices that enable them to live well. These classes are FREE to survivors and their caregivers.
A survivors and caregivers group for men and women meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 4:00-5:30pm at the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge in Omaha. Call or email before your first visit: email@example.com or 402-401-6083.
A women's survivors group meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday fro 6:00-7:30pm at the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge near Children's Hospital. Call or email before your first visit: firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-401-6083.