Selected Community Events
IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care Living with Cancer Support Group
IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care Upper Conference Room, Goshen, Indiana
Choosing Hope: Explore the concept of hope and its role in cancer wellness. Experience hope through mutually shared stories and experiences.
Reflections on Spirituality: Explore the interconnectedness between spirituality and healing in the midst of challenging times. (Sister Nora Frost, Chaplain)
Coping with Neuropathy: Information will be presented regarding the management of chemotherapy induced neuropathy. (Rebecca Snowden, ND)
A Doctor’s Experience: Cancer changes the lives of patients and physicians. Discover how working with cancer patients has impacted an oncologist. You will have an opportunity to ask questions. (Dr.John Abad, Surgery Oncologist)
Coping with Feelings: Hope...Anger...Guilt...Gratitude...Fear. Cancer brings a mix of emotions that can change from day to day, hour to hour, or even minute to minute. Come to share your feelings, learn ways to cope, and receive support.
Chair Yoga: You will learn very gentle yoga poses you can do sitting in a chair! Chair yoga offers many benefits, from relaxation to improved strength and flexibility. (Heidi Rupley, Instructor, Spacious Heart Yoga, Goshen)
Managing Pain: Not everyone with cancer will have pain. However, one of the most feared symptoms of cancer is pain that is out-of-control. Learn some successful approaches to help alleviate pain. (Jean Martin, NP, Pain Mgmt.)
Legacy Boxes: Consider your memories, values, and hopes as you fill a box with legacy items (provided) that are a reflection of you.
Michiana Military Stand Down for Homeless Veterans & Returning Veterans
Grassy Knoll North of the Four Winds North Gate and South of the VA Clinic on Western Ave. South Bend IN
VA, Health, Housing, Employment, Service Groups, Community Agencies offering services to Homeless Veterans and Returning Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Jennifer Kimbrough VA Homeless Team260-415-9051 and Kent Laudeman Miller Veterans Center 574-968-5349