Page 13 - CCC Newsletter Summer 2019
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 Cancer Support Groups
All meetings 1:00 - 2:30 pm Conference Room B & C
SELF-MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS Workshops scheduled 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Conference Room B & C
Tuesday|Jul16–Aug20 Thursday|Sep5–Oct10 Thursday | Oct 17 – Nov 21 Thursday | Jan 9 – Feb 13 Thursday|Mar5–Apr9 Thursday|Apr23–May28
Thursday | Jul 11 – Aug 15 Tuesday | Feb 18 – Mar 24 Tuesday|Sep3–Oct8 Tuesday|Mar31–May5 Tuesday|Oct15– Nov19 Tuesday|May12–Jun26 Tuesday|Jan7–Feb11
Tuesday | Jul 16 Tuesday | Aug 20 Tuesday | Sep 17 Tuesday | Oct 15
Tuesday | Nov 19 Tuesday | Dec 17 Tuesday | Jan 21 Tuesday | Feb 18
Tuesday, Mar 17 Tuesday, Apr 21 Tuesday, May 19 Friday, Jun 12
Tuesday | Jul 9 – Jul 30 Tuesday | Aug 6 – Dec 17 Tuesday | Jan 7 – Jan 28 Tuesday | Feb 4 – Jun 30
4-week Class
Weekly Group Meeting 4-week Class
Weekly Group Meeting
Free tobacco cessation classes
Days, Times & Locations vary.
At the Community Cancer Center, we enjoy being involved in our community and helping our patients successfully into survivorship is a priority. We have developed a series of community outreach educational programs that encourage our patients, and the community members, to take charge of their health. All of our outreach programs are free and open to the public.
Each class, workshop, or event addresses a basic problem that may have a big impact on your quality of life. For example, in a stop smoking class you might learn your own trigger – thought – action – consequence pattern which will help in the goal to become smoke free. Or, in a Living Well Workshop you might learn to understand your body and know what your normal is, which basic health screenings you should be aware of, and identify problems that can plant the seeds of illness long before a chronic medical condition is diagnosed.
Our programming is both beneficial and cost-effective for you. For a relatively small investment of your time and commitment, our classes and workshops promise to help participants to improve their overall wellbeing and take charge of their health. It’s also important to note that rather than trap people in cycles of dependency, these programs are designed to empower participants, giving them the knowledge, resources and confidence so that they can go forward on their own steam and lead healthier, more productive lives.
If you are a cancer patient, a cancer survivor, someone who struggles with chronic pain or a chronic condition, or you want to stop smoking we have a spot in our class reserved for you. Contact us at 541-673-2267 x5104 to learn more or visit our Upcoming Events page on our website at
Program times and locations may change. Please verify before registering.

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