HELPLINE: 650-326-6686 | 888-222-4401

Ovarian Cancer Support

Ovarian Cancer Services

Ovarian cancer survivors and caregivers are encouraged to call our Helpline at (650) 326-6686 or toll-free (888) 222-4401 to learn more about the services that best fit your needs.

 

Ovarian Cancer Networking Group

First Saturday
9:30-11:00 a.m.

Colleen Lam Nguyen, LMFT

This group provides a safe place for women w ho are in-treatment or who have completed treatment for ovarian c ancer to connect, share their experiences, and feel understood.

Free of charge. Register by calling the BCC Helpline at (650) 326-6686 or toll free (888) 222-4401. 

Coffee Connections

Saturdays: May 20, June 17
9:30-10:30 a.m.

Coupa Cafe
538 Ramona St. Palo Alto, CA

Vicky Michelis, Volunteer

Join us once a month for a cup of coffee and community. Mix, mingle, and share your thoughts with others who are currently facing or have faced ovarian cancer. The first cup’s on us!

Free of charge. Register by calling the BCC Helpline at (650) 326-6686 or toll-free (888) 222-4401. 

 

Support Groups

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Information

Learn about your diagnosis and treatment options.

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Health & Wellness

Try our fitness, meditation, & nutrition programs.

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The
Boutique

Browse our inventory of donated wigs, hats, and scarves.

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We’re Here for You

In 1993, Bay Area Cancer Connections was founded to fill an unmet need in the community for those facing breast cancer. Today, that gap in services still exists for ovarian cancer patients and their families. Women with ovarian cancer need support, hope, and inspiration from others who have faced, survived, and lived with ovarian cancer.

In 2013, we responded to the overwhelming need for emotional support for ovarian cancer patients, and in honor of our 20th Anniversary, Bay Area Cancer Connections expanded programs and services to support both breast cancer and ovarian cancer clients. As an organization committed to ensuring that no one faces breast cancer alone, we feel privileged to be able to fulfill that same commitment for those facing ovarian cancer.

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