a time to heal foundation - omaha

We provide support, education and empowerment so that cancer survivors and their caregivers may create their best lives.

All betty’s children - Tecumseh

All Betty’s Children provides care, comfort, and support through emotional, financial, and other means to families confronting cancer during their time of need.

bryan medical center cancer support groups

Cancer support groups at Bryan Medical Center offer a safe place where those diagnosed with cancer and their loved ones can find support, inspiration and information in their fight against cancer. General Cancer Support Group, Ostomy Support Group, Prostate Cancer Support Group, Thyroid Cancer Support Group

CHI Health St. Elizabeth


CHI Health-St. Elizabeth Breast Cancer Support Group meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. in the Radiation Therapy Department at Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center. Parking is available in the Radiation Therapy parking lot on the west side of the hospital.

For more information or to receive a reminder email with the date and topic of the meeting, please call 402-219-7258 or Karen Pribnow RN, MSN, OCN, Cancer Nurse Navigator at 402-219-7433


for the girls - norfolk

For the Girls helps women in Northeast Nebraska win the fight against breast cancer by supporting their medical, emotional, and educational needs. We will accomplish by providing funds to enhance services through area health care providers and supporting research.


Cancer Survivorship Group, Blood and Marrow Stem Cell Transplants Patient/Family Luncheon, Brain Tumor Cancer Support Group and Colorectal Cancer Support Group.



The Colon Cancer Support Group meets on the third Thursday of each month at the American Cancer Society (9850 Nicholas St, Omaha, NE 68114) from 5:30-7:30 pm. To learn more or register, click below or call 402.393.5801.

grief’s journey - omaha

No one has to walk their grief journey alone. We believe everyone has a right to excellent and compassionate grief support and that our community is stronger with it. All of our grief support programs are offered free of charge. Learn more about our educational services and professional training as well.


Harper's Hope can offer you and your family the support services needed to overcome any obstacles that may accompany your cancer diagnosis. Our team places an increasing emphasis on finding the most effective ways for treating the whole person, including your mind, body, and spirit. Cancer support groups include: Breast Cancer Support Group, LLS Omaha Community Support Group, Prostate Cancer Support Group, SPOHNC (Support for People with Oral, Head and Neck Cancer) Support Group, Young Adult Survivor’s Network, Colorectal Cancer Support Group and Sarcoma and GIST Support Group

lls community

Join a community of people who understand what you’re going through.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Community is an online community of people living with or supporting someone with blood cancer. LLS Community is a place for you to get connected and share your voice to drive change.

my sister’s keeper - omaha

My Sister's Keeper is the first and only support group for women of color who have been diagnosed with breast cancer based in Omaha Nebraska. My Sister's Keeper provides support, advocacy and education regarding breast cancer as it relates to women of color. My Sister's Keeper provides as safe environment where women of color can share their survival stories, learn about their treatment options, and find allies in their battle against breast cancer.

nebraska medicine survivorship clinic

Our Survivorship Clinic is designed to help adult patients transition from active treatment today-to-day living as a cancer survivor. We will also address emotional and physical challenges such as fatigue, heart disease, bone loss and quality of life.

During your survivorship clinic visit we will: Perform a comprehensive medical examination, Explain late and long-term effects of cancer and treatment, Recommend healthy lifestyle behaviors to reduce complications and lower the risk of additional cancers, Provide an individualized cancer treatment summary and a survivorship care plan


pink lotus project nebraska

Pink lotus is a Support Group, and an Organization that will provide programming, workshops, and events that will guide women diagnose with Breast Cancer to lead a healthier Life style. Learn how to tap into the Power of Prayer, and positive thinking. Develop better eating habits, by learning the benefits of eating plant based foods, less processed, and fast foods. Learn to make healthier recipes without giving up flavor. Lose and maintain a healthy weight. Develop a workout routine that you can sustain. Support, learn, and motivate each other though the process!


OUR MISSION: From the moment of diagnosis through end of life, Project Pink’d, Inc. provides tools, resources and a strong network to strengthen and renew the mind, body and spirit of breast cancer survivors in Nebraska and Western Iowa.

OUR VISION: We have a vision for each survivor in our community to thrive beyond their diagnosis, disease and treatment. As each survivor creates a thriving and purposeful future, our families and communities become stronger.


Special Spaces is a Not-For-Profit 501(C)(3) organization creating dream bedrooms for children with life-threatening illnesses. We Change Lives: We create dream bedroom makeovers for dependent children ages 2-19 with documented life-threatening illnesses of cancer, heart conditions, brain tumors and organ transplants.
We Create Dream Bedrooms: We only do bedrooms. Bedrooms where children sleep, but also rest, play, and spend time away from the challenges of their illness—a place where they can heal.

united ostomy association - omaha

The United Ostomy Association of Omaha is a support group for persons contemplating colostomy, ileostomy or urostomy surgery and for those who have had this surgery. We welcome also those with the newer diversions, Kock type and pouches such as “J” to join us. We have offered educational programs, support and fellowship for over 40 years in the greater Omaha area.


We provide support and guidance for those with cancer at all stages of their illness, and help families and friends cope with cancer in their lives. We serve patients, survivors, and caregivers in Omaha metro and Southwest Iowa, free of charge.