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Women Over 50 Support Group

The purpose of this group is to be in community and to give and get support from other women. We focus on empty nest syndrome, single woman blues (and/or delights), care-giver burn-out, aging parents, interaction with adult children, ways to keep vibrant and current, retirement, developing friendships that will support you, relationships, illness, accomplishments, challenges, marriage, divorce, loss, phase of life transitions, work, health and aging. This group is perfect for those who want support, without individual therapy. Many 50+ women come to this group after experiencing a turning moment in their life or finding that they are faced with a situation that can no longer be ignored.

Women's Cancer Support Group - (Franklin County)

A nonprofit oranization helping female cancer patients and their families with a variety of patient services.

Women's Cancer Support Group - Manhattan

Provide Christian support to women affected by cancer. This group has been certified by the American Cancer Society.

Workaholics Anonymous

A 12-Step program for men and women who feel their work lives have gotten out of control. Also for family members and friends. Support in solving problems of compulsive overworking. Weekly meetings. Group development guidelines.

Xeroderma Pigmentosum Society, Inc,

Support, information, and coping skills for families affected by Xeroderma Pigmentosum. Quarterly newsletter, referrals, literature, phone support, pen pals, conferences, advocacy, and summer camp for patients of all ages and their families.

Zero to Three National Center

Helps ensure that all babies and toddlers have a strong start in life. Provides parents, professionals, and policymakers the knowledge and know-how to nurture early development.