Cancer has a way of making an impact on many facets of life. We are pleased to offer you a variety of Kaiser Permanente resources to make your journey a little easier and to offer you peace of mind. Don’t hesitate to explore all the resources available and choose what is most helpful to you and your loved ones.
Cancer Support Groups
Roseville Cancer Support Groups
These cancer support groups offer the opportunity for you to share your feelings and coping strategies with others. Groups include: “I Can Cope” group, Newly Diagnosed Group, and Advanced-Stage Metastatic Recurrent Cancer Group.
Date: 2nd and 4th Thursday
Time: 3:30-5:00 pm
Location: 1600 Eureka Road, Roseville, CA 95661
Registration: Contact Oncology Social Worker at (916) 474-2236 to sign up and for more information. Program is open to the community.
Sacramento Cancer Support Group
Join cancer survivors and their loved ones in a caring, supportive group to share experiences and find current information in an emotionally healing environment. Participants are in all stages of the disease process: diagnosis, surgical treatment, radiation treatment, chemotherapy, and hormonal therapy.
Date: Every Monday
Time: 4:30-6:00 pm
Location: 3120 Cottage Way, Sacramento, CA 95825 Conference Room A
Registration: 916-973-6846 No referral required. Program is open to the community.
Head and Neck Cancer Support Group
Support group for Head and Neck Cancer patients who have completed most or all of their treatment. Co-hosted by Carol Martin, LSW and Michele Lites, RDIII, CSO
Date: 2nd Wednesday of every month
Time: 3:00-4:30 pm
Location: Radiation Oncology Clinic, 504 Gibson Drive, Roseville, CA 95678
Registration Required: Contact Carol Martin, MSW (916) 771-2836 to sign up and for more information
Communicating Your Life's Choices
Description: Make sure your health care wishes are respected, even when you’re unable to speak for yourself. This class will help assist you with advance care planning, guiding you step by step in completing the advance health care directive.
Sessions: One 2-hour session
Fee: No Fee
Location: Roseville and Sacramento
Home Care Services
The goal of home health is for patient and family to reach independence in their health care and to maintain or improve their level of wellness. A home care program will be individualized to meet your special medical needs. An initial care evaluation by your physician and the Home Health Staff will determine which services may best meet your medical needs.
Online Cancer Resources
A Chaplain is available through your care provider upon request at the Roseville and Sacramento medical center campus.