Virtual Community

computerCancer Support Community is pleased to provide a Virtual Community to help people affected by cancer who are not able to come to programs in Bozeman or Dillon. Here are some options for one-on-one counseling, discussion boards, education and a weekly Radio Show – all monitored and developed by Cancer Support Community.

  1. You can participate in one-on-one counseling with the CSC Program Director via Zoom – a video platform that provides telehealth. Contact Amber at (406)582-1600. This is reserved for anyone living in Montana.
  2. Check out our monthly calendar. If you see a wifi symbol , you can join remotely live time. Contact Amber at (406)582-1600 or amber@cancersupportmontana.org for more information.
  3. Cancer patients and caregivers can build an online support community of family and friends to foster connection, inspiration, and healing through free, personalized websites on Mylifeline.org. You can also develop a calendar to get help in your meals, rides etc.
  4. Connect with others by participating in our live web chat and cancer message boards. These boards are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and cover a variety of topics. Receive advice, support and offer tips to other people going through similar cancer experiences.
  5. Attend a Frankly Speaking education via webinar, weekly radio show or print material on a variety of topics.
  6. Group Loop is a safe place for teens touched by cancer to connect, to find support, education and hope while dealing with a cancer diagnosis.
  7. Here are two apps that provide guided meditation on your smartphone.

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