CHICAGO — Gilda's Club Chicago is pleased to offer a new support group, LGBTQIA+ Cancer Networking group at Howard Brown Counseling Center starting January 13, 2020 and continuing the second Monday of every month. This free support group at Howard Brown Counseling Center is for anyone within the LGBTQIA+ community who has been impacted by cancer, including those who are living with cancer, family members and friends.
"At Gilda's Club Chicago we are welcoming to all who have impacted by cancer. Cancer doesn't discriminate - and neither do we."
The LGBTQIA+ Cancer Networking group will be facilitated by Christina Zerwer, LCPC and Paige Jeffrey, MSW Intern. Transportation assistance is available.
About Gilda's Club Chicago
Gilda's Club Chicago's mission is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action and sustained by community. Gilda's Club Chicago serves everyone living with cancer — men, women, teens and children — along with their families and friends. Their innovative program, including more than 300 free activities each month, is an essential complement to medical care and offers support and networking groups, educational lectures, healthy lifestyle workshops, resource referrals, and social opportunities. Gilda's Club Chicago is a 501( c )( 3 ) non-profit organization and is funded entirely through donations from individuals, businesses, foundations and special events. GCC is an affiliate of the Cancer Support Community, which includes a network of over 50 local Clubs and 100 satellite locations, as well as online resources. Visit the Club's website at www.gildasclubchicago.org or call ( 312 ) 464-9900 for more information or to make a donation.
—From a press release