Youth and Families

The first place cancer metastasis is to the family. Youth are affected by having cancer themselves, but also by a cancer diagnosis of a parent or grandparent. Our Youth and Family activities are intended to provide a place of support and sense of community for the whole family. Anyone touched by cancer is welcome to attend our active programs.

Check our calendar regularly, as our activities are being updated each month.

For One Another Family Camp

This fun summer camp is held each year for families who have a member diagnosed with cancer.

Kid Support

Kid Support is a program for children whose lives are touched by cancer, either their own or that of a family member. The program is a 6 week, professionally-led group for children ages 5 to 12 using a variety of art activities, poems, stories, cartoons and games, children are able to get support, ask questions, express difficult feelings, and share common experiences.

Children’s Art Programs

Local artists provide youth with art opportunities and art therapy based activities as a way
to express themselves. This is a wonderful platform for children to connect with each other
and for parents to connect as well. Look on our calendar for programs listed in yellow.

Aspen Roots

High school youth at Bozeman High gather each Monday to do advocacy, develop programs for younger kids, and have a place to openly talk about cancer in their families.