Stockton Support Group—Wednesday, July 10
2:30-4:30pm at Kaiser Permanente
7373 West Lane, Stockton CA 95210
(Main Office Bldg-1st floor-Room A).
This monthly group is open to anyone whose life has been touched by ALS.
Tahoe Support Group Meeting-- Thursday, July 18
This monthly group is open to anyone whose life has been touched by ALS. Please join us to discuss, learn, and understand what it is like to live with ALS. Lunch will be provided.
Sacramento Support Group Meeting-- Saturday, July 20
10:30-12:30 p.m. at the UC Davis Medical Center, Lawrence J. Ellison Ambulatory Care Center
3rd Floor - Room 3015 A and 3015 B
(free parking available in the adjacent parking structure).
This monthly drop-in group is open to anyone whose life has been touched by ALS. Please join us for conversation, sharing, support, suggestions and tips. Refreshments will be provided.
Transitions Group – Tuesday, July 23
5:30pm-7:00pm, at the ALS Greater Sacramento Chapter office
5701 Sunrise Blvd., Citrus Heights, CA 95610
Whether you have lost a loved one to ALS or are dealing with the many losses associated with ALS, we hope that you will join us.
Chico Support Group—Thursday, July 25
12:00pm-2:00pm at Enloe Home care
1390 E. Lassen Ave., Chico, CA 95973
(Please ask the receptionist at the lobby desk for directions to the correct room). This monthly drop-in group is open to anyone whose life has been touched by ALS. Lunch will be provided.
Placer County Support Group -- Thursday, August 1
11:30am-1:30pm at the Roseville Executive Suites
1100 Melody Lane, Roseville, CA 95678
This monthly drop-in group is open to anyone whose life has been touched by ALS. Refreshments will be provided.
*We all need support during certain stages of our lives in order to cope with difficult situations. For people with ALS and their families, a diagnosis of ALS is a devastatingly stressful life event. A support group provides a helpful setting in which you, your family and your caregiver can obtain and digest reliable information, find a supportive network of people in similar circumstances, and a context in which to share your experience, fears, concerns, and hopes. A support group can provide a reminder that you are not alone, and there is hope for a good quality of life.