"COMpassionate Peer Advocacy Support Services For Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer Patients"
The COMPASS program provides direction at this time of great need by offering a "compass" to help women find direction through the support of peer navigators. The definition of a "navigator" in this program is specifically someone who has been through a similar experience with breast cancer, either themselves or with someone close to them, and is at least one year away from treatment.
The COMPASS Program helps newly diagnosed patients direct precious energy towards understanding as much as possible about the disease and medical terminology, boost their immune system, and become free to concentrate on their wellness strategies.
Find more information on the COMPASS Program.
Breast Cancer Forum
Breast Cancer Cancer Nutrition Workshops
Breast Cancer Post-Treatment Support Group
Breast Cancer Support Group
Breast Cancer Support Group for Newly Diagnosed Patients
Breast Cancer Support Group for Spanish-Speaking Women
Breast Cancer Support Group for Cantonese-Speaking Women
Breast Cancer Support Group for Younger Women
For more information about these and all of our support groups and classes, please view our current Cancer Education Calendar (PDF)
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