Cactus Cancer Society is excited to continue to innovate and evolve our set of programs for young adults facing cancer, ages 18-45. That means that sometimes programs retire to make room for new programs.
Interested in being notified as new programs and scheduled and announced? Click the link below to join our email list and sign up for specifically the programs you’re interested in.
30 Minute Tune Up
Jean Rowe, LCSW, Certified Journal Therapist leads us through a variety of prompts in this journal drop-in designed to help you tune in and reset during a chaotic time.
Join us for a fun, online evening of games! Do you like games? Are you a young adult cancer patient, survivor, or caregiver?
Grief to Gratitude
This 6-week program will normalize grief and help you tune-in and connect to your body, mind, and soul through yoga, breathwork, meditation, and other contemplative practices.
How to Turn Your Story Into Change
Change comes in many different shapes and sizes. Join us as we talk about what your story means to you and how to go about shaping your own narrative into the change you want to see around you.
Inside the Terrarium
An online, day-long, young adult cancer survivorship event inspired by the five themes of the show Queer Eye. More than just a series of webinars, the event will be extremely interactive and will allow young adults facing cancer to engage with one another and to meaningfully connect with subject-matter experts.
Lost and Found
This journal workshop is specifically for young adult cancer survivors (women only) of any diagnosis. Using journal techniques and cultivating an action plan for self-care, in 6 weeks you will have the opportunity to emerge from the water renewed, informed, and ready to reconnect.
Mind, Body, and Soul
Join the young adult cancer communities of Dear Jack Foundation, Elephants and Tea, and Cactus Cancer Society during our month-long, Mind, Body, and Soul wellness series for an opportunity to connect, grow, and stretch!
Nourish, Nurture, & Renew
This workshop, designed for social workers and nurses, addresses compassion fatigue, burnout, and developing a plan of self-care.
Photographs of Meaning
The Photographs of Meaning group is designed to provide a space for young adult cancer survivors to share their cancer stories through the use of photography.
Join us for Cactus Cancer Society’s PROGRAM SPECTACULAR! We’ll feature several speakers each focusing on a different method of using creativity as a way of coping through cancer.
Unspoken Ink: Creative Writing
Designed to take you on a journey through your cancer diagnosis and into your survivorship with a small group of your young adult cancer patient/survivor peers.
Write Now With Jean Rowe
Check out this blog initiative: Write Now with Jean Rowe! Each month, come on over to Young Adult Voices and read everything Jean Rowe, LCSW, Certified Journal Therapist, has to say!
Young Adult Cancer Hangout
Bringing together young adult cancer survivors and caregivers each month in an informal video hangout where you can chat about anything you’d like.