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CHI Health St. Francis offers the Survivorship 101 program for cancer survivors. This free 9-week, 12 session holistic rehabilitation program is taught by specially trained nurses and mental health practitioners. This program is designed to help individuals regain their physical, emotional and spiritual health after cancer treatment - in a small, supportive group setting.
This class meets weekly on Mondays from 5:30-7:30 p.m. beginning March 20.
Fill out our registration form to sign up.
The American Lung Association’s Freedom From Smoking® classes are available to anyone in the community interested in quitting tobacco products. Meeting with a small group ensures personal attention from the facilitator and provides support from others who are in the same situation.
This class meets for a seven-week series, three times a year starting in January, April, and October. After registration you will be contacted about exact dates and times.
Register Now: To sign up or learn more, call the Cancer Treatment Center at (308) 398-5442 or fill out this form.
A Time to Heal is a 12-week holistic rehabilitation program designed to help people regain their physical, emotional, intellectual, psychological, and spiritual strength after undergoing cancer treatment. Men and women who have completed surgery and chemotherapy and/or radiation for a first diagnosis of cancer are eligible to participate. Please call (308) 398-5442 for program dates and times.
The adult grief class is offered beginning in the fall. This class meets once a week for six weeks and provides information on understanding the grief process and coping methods. There is no cost to attend as the class is provided as a service to our community in conjunction with the hospice program. For more information, contact Heather Galvan, HealthConnect at Home, at (308) 398-2612.
This self-management diabetes education program will assist the participant in learning how to manage his or her diabetes effectively with meal planning, exercise, and medication. The schedule for class varies. Call (308) 398-5565 for more information.
A support group designed for people living with diabetes and their families. Meets every other month at St. Francis. Please call (308) 384-4600 for dates and times.
Finding good support while you are breastfeeding is often the key to a successful experience. You can find that support at “Eat at Mom’s,” a group that meets every Tuesday between 10 a.m. and noon at Hy-Vee, 115 Wilmar Ave., in Grand Island. You may attend anytime for mother-to-mother support. There is also a registered nurse at the meetings to help you or answer any breastfeeding questions you may have.
A support group for people who have fibromyalgia and their friends and families. The group meets the fourth Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at St. Mary’s Cathedral Square, 402 W. Division (use east door of new building), Grand Island. For information, contact Jean Parachini at (308) 946-3433.
Look Good, Feel Better is a program to help those with cancer learn how to handle the personal appearance changes that may result from chemotherapy or radiation treatment. Those joining the group begin by describing themselves and the cosmetic or beauty products usually used by filling out a form given to them by their nurse or the cancer rehab coordinator. This group is a public service program developed by the American Cancer Society and the National Cosmetology Association. This support group meets monthly in conference room A, lower level of St. Francis, 2116 West Faidley Ave.
A luncheon offering men an opportunity to share the trials and triumphs of life after experiencing the death of a loved one. The meeting, sponsored by the St. Francis hospice department, will be held the third Thursday of every month at 11:30 a.m. at Tommy’s Restaurant, 1325 South Locust Street, Grand Island. Participants pay for their own meals. For more information, call Katie Robbins at (308) 398-2629.
This support group is for those diagnosed with multiple myeloma. This group provides support and education for those diagnosed and their family members. Group members meet the third Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m. in the basement of Home Federal Bank, 3311 W. Stolley Park Road, Grand Island. For information, please contact Mary Lou Russell at (308) 382-5624 or Dr. Jim Omel at (308) 381-0289.
Stroke support group is held at CHI Health St. Francis every other month. The group meets the 3rd Thursday of every other month from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in Room 6AB. Please see information desk for assistance locating if needed. Anyone affected by stroke or brain injury, including family, friends, and caregivers are welcome to attend. Contact Jennifer Niedfelt, email@example.com, or Jessica Renee McCord, firstname.lastname@example.org, to be added to the email list and updates about next meeting.
The CHI Health Regional Cancer Center offers educational programming broadcast via Telehealth. These educational offerings focus on patient-specific topics. Patients and their families and loved ones can view these Telehealth educational opportunities either from the comfort of their own home or at their local health care facility. Contact the CHI Health Regional Cancer Center for more information.