Welcome to the club!

Check out some of our programs!

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Join Jean Rowe, LCSW, Certified Journal Therapist, in this journal drop-in designed to help you tune in and reset during a chaotic time.
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Get your very own Cactus Cancer Society Passport, your adventure guide to all things CCS. Use this fun passport to stamp your way through various activities and earn fun things like stickers, t-shirts, and more!
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Each Art Workshop is designed to teach you the basics of an art form such as sketching, comics, painting, jewelry making, crafting, and more.
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Ask Dr. Anne Katz! Ever had a question about relationships or sex that you felt too shy to ask a nurse or doctor but really need the answer?
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Looking to read a good book (cancer or not cancer related) and connect with other young adult cancer survivors and caregivers at the same time?
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The Focus Group offers a company or research group the opportunity to engage virtually with a group of 12-15 young adults facing cancer.
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Join us for a fun, online evening of games! Do you like games? Are you a young adult cancer patient, survivor, or caregiver?
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This 6-week program will inspire reconnection with your innate magic power or mojo.
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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.
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Angie Giallourakis (aka Mamma G) will be leading guided yoga nidra meditation classes. This is in partnership with Elephants and Tea!
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In this guys-only program, we’ll shoot the breeze with men of all young adult cancer experiences. Nothing is off the table.
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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.
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Cactus Cancer Society is hosting 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.
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A 6 week journaling workshop to help find peace during the holidays. Join Jean Rowe, LCSW, Certified Journal Therapist, for this holiday workshop.
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Sign up to receive a journal prompt weekly, straight to your inbox. Take part in some stress free, prompted journaling.
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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.
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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!
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All of us in the helping professions are vulnerable to being overwhelmed with the challenges and pain our clients and patients face.
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In this program, we will combine our fun art workshop environment with our popular writing techniques from Unspoken Ink and give participants a chance to respond to prompts with what speaks to them most, either drawing or writing.
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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.