Having a diagnosis of cancer is life-changing, and often causes anxiety and feelings of isolation. Having a place to go for support can make a world of difference in your life. The Nancy Marx Cancer Wellness Center offers support to individuals and families dealing with this disease.
PROGRAMMING NOTE: For a complete list of our virtual programs – from exercise classes to discussion groups, and more – please click here.
We are always here for you! If you are in need of counseling, support, or resources, do not hesitate to reach out to us.
This program is designed to promote peer-to-peer support for cancer survivors who are newly diagnosed, in treatment, or recovering from surgery and for those who have recently completed treatment. Your partner will help you ease into NMCWC and introduce you to the various programs, events, resources, and support that we offer.
DISCUSSION GROUP FOR ALL
Meet with others to discuss assorted topics related to your experience. Caregivers welcome.
Meets the first and third Friday of each month
DISCUSSION GROUP FOR BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS
Meet with other survivors to discuss topics related to treatment, wellness, survivorship, relationships, and body image. Funded in part by Manhasset Women’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer and Beth C. Tortolani Foundation.
DISCUSSION GROUP FOR MALE CANCER SURVIVORS
This group is designed for all male cancer survivors of any age, to form connections with others in similar circumstances. Peer lead by Scott Gassman, cancer survivor and change management practitioner.
Meets the first Monday of each month
DISCUSSION GROUP FOR METASTATIC, ADVANCED, OR RECURRENT CANCER SURVIVORS
This drop-in group is for those with metastatic, advanced or recurrent cancer. Together, we’ll offer support, resources and encouragement, while sharing experiences and building relationships.
Meets the second and fourth Friday of each month
FAMILY CANCER SUPPORT
Individualized services provided to children with either a parent or sibling undergoing cancer treatment. Open to families in the Town of North Hempstead. Funded in part by Sid Jacobson JCC’s New Leadership Group.
SPEAK WITH A PROFESSIONAL
An oncology social worker is available for counseling information and referral services. For more information, contact Randy Hight, LCSW, OSW-C, 516.484.1545 ext. 213, email@example.com.
POWER OF WORDS
Join teacher and writer Leslie Popkin and put pen to paper as you awaken the writer within. Record your thoughts, philosophies on life, and more.
To register, contact Reisa Brafman, 516.484.1545 ext. 228, firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Thanks for all you do for us. Your programs have given me true boosts.”