Emotional Support
Emotional Support

Cancer Support Community Montana offers emotional support through support groups, informal connection groups, and individual short-term counseling in person and through telehealth – all offered free of charge. Check out the program calendar to see the dates and times for upcoming emotional support programs, as well as other group details, and facilitator information.

Support groups provide an opportunity for people with shared experiences to connect, share resources, and develop healthy coping strategies. All support groups are led by licensed mental health professionals.

For privacy reasons, links for emotional support programs are not listed on the online calendar. Contact Cancer Support Community Montana to learn more and see if a support group is right for you.

Current Offerings

Support Groups


Join us for a networking support group that provides discussion and education on treatment and survivorship for blood cancers. Survivors, caregivers, family, and friends are welcome.

Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 12-1pm


Join us for a support group focused on people with a breast cancer diagnosis at any stage and during any survivorship phase. Connecting with others that share a similar experience can help provide empowerment throughout your cancer experience.

Meets 1st & 3rd Tuesdays 5:30-7pm


Connection and encouragement are essential for those that have been diagnosed with cancer. This group of people with gynecological cancers encourage support and helps focus on the benefits of connecting with others who are going through similar experiences.

Meets 2nd & 4th Mondays 12-1:30pm


Join the discussion and learn how to reduce anxiety and manage uncertainty, all while connecting with other Montanans living with metastatic/stage IV cancer.

Meets 1st & 3rd Mondays 12-1pm


Grief is often an isolating experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Living with Loss is open to all who have lost someone, regardless of whether the loss was cancer-related. This weekly group provides a space for those in bereavement to share experiences, challenges, and support with others who can relate.

Meets 2nd & 4th Wednesdays 5:30-7pm


Cancer Support Group is for individuals in active treatment, maintenance treatment, remission, or survivorship to gain valuable support from others. This group’s goal is to reduce distress associated with a cancer diagnosis, share treatment and side-effect information, learn ways to improve quality of life, and enhance communication with family, friends, and your medical team.

Meets 1st & 3rd Tuesdays 5:30-7pm


A cancer diagnosis not only affects the individual diagnosed, but also that person’s partner. Even the most loving and secure relationships will struggle with emotional support, communication, and problem solving during this time. This group will give both partners the opportunity to share experiences, discuss healthy conflicts, and connect with other couples going through a similar situation.

Meets 2nd & 4th Mondays 5:30-7pm


This group is for anyone looking to build relationships and community after their loved one has died.. Individuals transitioning from Living with Loss, as well as individuals new to CSCMT are welcome. This group offers a safe place to discuss long term effects of grief and gain support from others who are at least 12 months post the loss of their loved one.

Meets 3rd Wednesday 5:30-7pm


This networking group for men with prostate cancer provides an opportunity to discuss information and learn more about survivorship.

Meets 4th Wednesday 6-7pm

Current Offerings

Informal Support Programs

Informal Support Programs are a networking group providing opportunity for connection, information sharing, and discussion for cancer survivors with a shared experience.

MEN’S DINNER – Bozeman

Enjoy a casual dinner to connect with other men going through a similar experience. Dinner, including a vegetarian option, is provided and will be served in a socially distanced setting. All male participants living with cancer and/or cancer survivors are welcome. Register online or at 406.582.1600.

Check calendar for date and time.


For those under 50, it can be hard to find others in a similar life stage who understand the cancer experience. Join fellow survivors for a fun, informal dinner served in a socially distanced setting (omnivore and veggie options provided) and meet other young folks who can relate. Friends, family, and caregivers welcome when accompanied by a survivor. Register online or at 406-582-1600.

Check calendar for date and time.


Loving someone with cancer can be almost as stressful as having cancer yourself. Join other spouses, partners, family members, friends, and loved ones for an informal dinner as they navigate the challenges of being a caregiver. Meat and veggie options will be provided in a socially distanced setting. Register online or at 406.582.1600.

Check calendar for date and time.


Enjoy a casual dinner to connect with other families going through a similar experience. Dinner, including a vegetarian option, is provided and will be served in a socially distanced setting. All participants living with cancer, cancer survivors, and their families are welcome.

Check calendar for date and time.

** While our Zoom platform is HIPAA protected, due to public zoom link postings on our website calendar, we cannot ensure 100% privacy protection for exercise programs and educational talks.