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VIRTUAL SUPPORT GROUPS

All Support Groups are free and held online via Zoom. This way, no matter where you are, you can always be connected to Our Family.

Your privacy and right to confidentiality is of utmost importance to us. Any information shared in these groups remains within the group.

Biweekly Liver Transplant Support Group

Liver Transplant Support Group

Includes patients and caregivers- patients who have undergone liver transplant, those waiting to be listed, those in hospital and awaiting surgery, and patients' friends and family members. Our transplant support group gives newcomers the opportunity to hear about the liver transplant experience from the patient's and caregiver's perspective. It also gives existing members of the liver transplant community a place to gather and thrive. We provide a safe space and time to share experience, comfort, console and give hope. To support, educate and prepare others for what to expect, as well as the challenges that often arise before, during and after a liver transplant. We face challenges together and share our moments of joy- we're a family.

Transplant AA Hybrid Meeting Group

An open meeting that takes place every Sunday morning. For patients and caregivers, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, to provide a road to strong recovery and to live a growing, healthy, spiritually active life.

 

Transplant AA Hybrid Meeting Group
Caregiver Support Group (Coming Soon)
Biweekly Transplant Caregiver Support Group

For caregivers of pre and post-liver transplant patients. Caregivers play a crucial role throughout the transplant process. The physical and emotional demands of caring for a loved one can be overwhelming, exhausting and even lead to burnout. It's important to maintain your own health and well-being too. This group is dedicated to caregivers who need a supportive environment to share, listen, learn and gain emotional support and advice from other liver transplant caregivers.

Transplant Al-Anon Meeting Group (Coming Soon)

An open meeting that takes place every week. For patients and caregivers who have been impacted by a loved one's alcoholism and/or addiction. To bring together people who share common experiences and provide an outlet for them to discuss what they are going through in order to bring about positive changes.

Transplant Al-Anon Hybrid Meeting Group
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