Bereavement and Grief Services

Organization: Providence Alaska Medical Center

Providence Hospice offers grief support groups for adults. Facilitated by a grief counselor, these groups maintain a safe and confidential atmosphere to promote learning about grief and sharing with others who have experienced a loss. Each group has a specific beginning and end date, meaning group members will remain together and have the opportunity to bond throughout the process. Call for more information and a current schedule.

Bereavement and Grief Services

Organization: Swedish Medical Center - Edmonds Campus

Swedish Medical Center - Edmonds offers several support options for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Many groups are offered as a 6 or 8 week series and may focus on those who have lost a loved one to suicide or traumatic events like car accidents or drowning, etc. Please call or visit the website for more information and a current schedule.

Bereavement Support Services

Organization: Swedish Medical Center - First Hill Campus

Swedish Medical Center offers a wide range of bereavement support services through its affiliation with Providence Hospice of Seattle. Groups can vary, but often include those for the newly bereaved, partners/spouses, and general grief. Offered at various locations in the Greater Seattle area. Please call or visit the website for more information and a current schedule.

Beyond the Shock

Organization: National Breast Cancer Foundation, INC.

Beyond The Shock is a free, comprehensive, online guide to understanding breast cancer. It is a resource for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, a place for loved ones to gain a better understanding of the disease, and a tool for doctors to share information.

Bosom Buddies Breast Cancer Networking Group

Organization: Cancer Lifeline

Monthly meetings provide educational presentations and a supportive environment to share with other women living with breast cancer. Join us whether you are newly diagnosed, going through treatment, or consider yourself a survivor. 3rd Wednesdays, 10am-12pm

Brain Tumor Caregivers Support Group

Organization: T.H.E. Brain Trust

The Brain Tumor Caregivers Online Support Group is an email list for caregivers of brain tumor patients.

Breast and/or Cervical Cancer Treatment Program - BCCTP

Organization: Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

The Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program (BCCTP) provides needed cancer treatment to eligible, low-income individuals diagnosed with breast and/or cervical cancer and who are in need of treatment.

Breast Boutique

Organization: Billings Clinic Cancer Center

Billings Clinic Breast Boutique is a specialty boutique in a comfortable private setting with specialty products for post mastectomy and cancer patients. The Breast Boutique carries breast prostheses, surgical bras, breast enhancements and a unique selection of products.

Breast Cancer Assistance Program

Organization: American Breast Cancer Foundation

Provides individuals in financial need, their families and their loved ones with education, support, and access to early detection screenings.

Breast Cancer Helpline

Organization: Living Beyond Breast Cancer

The Breast Cancer Helpline connects you to a trained volunteer who has been diagnosed with breast cancer for emotional support, guidance and hope. Whether you are recently diagnosed, in treatment, years beyond treatment, living with metastatic breast cancer, or a loved one - you are not alone, we’re here to help.

Breast Cancer Support

Organization: UW Valley Medical Center

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Breast Cancer Support Group

Organization: Tri-State Memorial Hospital

Breast cancer support group meets the 1st Wednesday of every month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Breast Cancer Support Group

Organization: Pullman Regional Medical Center

The Breast Cancer Support Group offers a warm, friendly, supportive environment for the newly diagnosed and those in recovery and survival stages of breast cancer. We offer encouragement and information to anyone in the Palouse region with a personal history of breast cancer, and we provide education about this illness and possible treatments. We meet the third Wednesday of each month from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, at Pullman Regional Hospital.

Breast Cancer Support Group

Organization: Montana Cancer Center

Breast Cancer Support Group meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 11:00 AM- 12:15 PM.

Breast Friends - Breast Cancer Support Group

Organization: Cancer Lifeline, Evergreen Health

A breast cancer diagnosis can have an impact on just about every aspect of a woman's life, leaving you feeling uncertain and fearful at times. Come be with other women in a relaxing, confidential and supportive environment to learn and share with others who are traveling this journey. Through education and open discussion, gain information and tools to help you navigate your journey. This is a drop-in group, no registration necessary. This group meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30pm.

Bright Pinks PinkPal

Organization: Bright Pink

Bright Pinks PinkPal matches women who have a strong family history of breast and ovarian cancer or genetic predisposition for these cancers, with other women who have gone through similar experiences. In order to become a mentee or mentor, we ask that you complete our online questionnaire. While all information is voluntary, the more you provide, the more specific your match.

Brochures and Booklets for Jewish Women

Organization: Sharsheret

Booklets addressing the unique issues of young Jewish women and families facing breast and ovarian cancer. To view, download or order, click on the brochures on the website.

BTN Request a Consultation

Organization: Brain Tumor Network

Have you been diagnosed with a brain tumor? If your life has been changed by a brain tumor diagnosis and you'd like to request a consultation, The Brain Tumor Network is ready to help. BTN can make your search for reliable, personalized treatment options easier and more thorough. Learn more about the services BTN can provide. BTNs services are free for patients and care providers, and the information you receive from BTN will be personalized to tumor type, medical history and personal needs.

Camp - Victory Junction

Organization: Victory Junction

Victory Junction enriches the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering, in a safe and medically-sound environment, at no cost to campers and their families. Our programs offer exhilarating, challenging and nurturing fun under comprehensive, but unobtrusive, 24-hour medical supervision. Camp helps children gain a greater understanding of their own strength and courage while creating lasting friendships and meeting children just like them!

Camp Agape NW

Organization: Kids 'n' Cancer

Camp Agape NW provides an all-expense-paid weeklong overnight camp for the whole family of a child with cancer. Camp Agape NW gives children with cancer a chance to feel normal, siblings a chance to feel special, and parents a time to be together.