Support and counseling for anyone in the community coping with loss due to the death of a loved one. Professional counselors offer individual counseling and support groups for all ages, including parental and spousal loss groups, an annual youth grief support camp weekend (Camp Erin), and annual...
Phone: (415) 526-5699
This support group is sponsored by The Lewy Body Dementia Association. This group is for caregivers. Please note this group is located in Sonoma County.
Call Laurie White for group information, dates & times for meetings.
Phone: (707) 525-9633
The Spahr Center is a non-profit community agency devoted to serving, supporting, and empowering Marin’s LGBTQ+ community and everyone in the county living with and affected by HIV. Guided by our mission, our Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, supporters, and donors work together to achieve...
Phone: (415) 457-2487
Provides resource consultations, support groups and rehabilitation training to blind and visually impaired individuals their families.
Phone: (415) 258-8496
Provides a clean and safe environment for recovering alcoholics to seek company and support of other alcoholics and to help each other stay clean and sober one day at a time. Low cost meals are served and rooms are provided for Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12 Step meetings.
Phone: (415) 456-8479
Support groups & services for patients with Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, and other cancers, as well as support for spouses & families. Nutritional counseling also available.
Phone: (888) 731-9900
At Marin General Hospital's Braden Diabetes Center, we provide the tools and techniques to help you live a healthier life with diabetes, one step at a time. Our program is designed to provide you with tools to understand diabetes, make healthy choices, and learn how to confidently manage your...
Phone: (415) 925-7370
The Marin Glaucoma Group is a self help group that meets on the first Saturday of each month at 1:30 pm at the Redwoods.
Phone: (415) 388-3241
The Chaplaincy provides spiritual and emotional support through three main avenues Fostering Community, Being Present, and Building Bridges of Support.
Phone: (415) 685-5058
Provides support, experience, information and references to patients and support persons coping with liver transplant and liver disease. Call Lisa Rubio to get information, confirm location, dates and times. No pre-registration is required.
Phone: (415) 259-4000
, Phone: (415) 524-3334
Support groups and services for persons with MD and their families.
Phone: (415) 673-7500
For the Buckelew Suicide Prevention Hotline, in the northbay area: https://www.marinhhs.org/community-resource-guide/suicide-prevention-com...
Phone: (800) 273-8255
Chief goal is to spread knowledge of neuropathy. Our motto is: Hope through caring, support, research, education and empowerment. Open to all sufferers of Neuropathy (peripheral neuropathy) and their care givers to our monthly meetings in San Rafael.
Phone: (415) 246-9156
, Phone: (415) 453-3105
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A resource for Patients, Families, Clinicians, Patient Organizations and Advocates, NORD serves as the hub of the rare disease community, leading efforts to connect patients and patient organizations with other stakeholders and driving progress for all.
Phone: (202) 588-5700
Parkinson’s Disease Support Group- Mill Valley
For people with Parkinson's and their caregivers.
Please go to the website for more information.
Meetings are held on the 4th Friday of each month at 2 PM, except December.
In August, there is a picnic held in Larkspur...
Phone: (415) 927-7647
The group is free. Please call, or email Rebeca before attending group. Rebeca is the group leader. Rebeca is at extension, 3147
Phone: (510) 841-4776
Men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, regardless of current treatment status. Wives/significant others are welcome to attend. The American Cancer Society (ACS) is the nationwide community based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by...
Phone: (415) 454-8464
Psoriasis Patient Advocate Program
One-to-one education and support from a specially trained psoriasis patient advocate.
Visit website to learn more and join.
Schurig Center is a non-profit, post-acute center providing therapeutic and supportive services designed specifically to help people rebuild their lives after an acquired brain injury, like traumatic brain injury (TBI), concussion, stroke, and aneurysm. We pick up where the healthcare system...
Phone: (415) 461-6771
Stepping Stones Project is dedicated to creating meaningful rites of passage for youth as they transition from childhood towards adulthood.
Phone: (510) 230-4973
Directory of stroke resources in Marin County for stroke victims and their family members.
Phone: (415) 472-0211
We are a Marin agency, dedicated to advocating for the needs of the LGBT community and people living with HIV/AIDS and addressing those needs by providing programs, services, and support. Our services include information and referral, prevention/education, direct care and assistance, mental...
Phone: (415) 457-2487
Provides Resources, Information and Support to Divorcing People through groups, workshops, one-on-one counseling, couples counseling, mediation, collaborative divorce coaching and much more. Legal Document Support available the Aegis LDA Mediation services through North Bay Mediation Services....
Phone: (415) 448-6242
United Ostomy Association of America provides an Ostomy Support Group in San Francisco.
Phone: (800) 826-0826