Emotional and social support is a key component of cancer care. Crossroads4Hope has various support groups that are available along your cancer journey. For more information and this month's support group schedule see below!


New! Support Group Updates

Living with Cancer Support Group

June 11th, 2024. | 12pm- 1:30pm | In Person at 3 Crossroads Dr. Bedminster, NJ 07921

Please note, this support group is only offered to patients in active treatment.

Latino Support Group Now Offered
Twice a Month!

May 9th, 23rd. | 7pm- 8:30pm | Virtual

Support Groups This May

Tuesday & Wednesdays

Men's Cancer Support Group

May 7th | 11am- 12:30pm | Steeplechase Cancer Center – 30 Rehill Ave, Somerville, NJ 08876

May 8th, 22nd | 6:30pm- 8pm | Virtual

Please note, the Men's Cancer Support Group will continue to operate on this rotating schedule each month.
The first session will be in person on Tuesday, and the second and third sessions will be virtually on Wednesdays.


Advanced Breast Cancer Support Group

May 1st, 15th, 29th. | 11:30am-1pm | Virtual


Caregiver Support Group

May 2nd, 16th. | 12pm-1:30pm | Virtual

Bereavement Support Group

May 9th, 23rd. | 11am-12:30pm | Virtual

Latino Support Group

May 9th, 23rd. | 7pm- 8:30pm | Virtual

Why Join a Support Group?

A support group provides opportunities for people with like-experiences to share personal coping strategies, or firsthand information about cancer and associated treatments. The common experience shared amongst members in a support group often means they have similar decisions to make, or side effects to manage or feelings to cope with. Whether you are a person living with or beyond cancer, caring for a loved one or coping with a loss, a support group might be right for you.

Alternatively, we offer short-term individual support. To talk with someone on our team to see what type of support may be right for you, please call us at 908.658.5400 or email us at programteam@crossroads4hope.org

Benefits of seeking support within the CR4H community may include:

Feeling less lonely, isolated or judged.

Improving skills to cope with challenges.

Staying motivated to manage chronic conditions or stick to treatment plans.

Reducing distress, depression, anxiety or fatigue.

Getting practical feedback about treatment options.

Improving understanding of cancer and your own experience with it.

Talking openly and honestly about your feelings.

Gaining a sense of empowerment, control or hope.

Learning about health, economic or social resources.