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Support Group Program

Support groups provide a safe place to share experiences, feelings and information that remains confidential.  Support groups let you discuss your ongoing cancer experience with others who have gone through a similar experience. Each group is facilitated by trained leaders, offering an environment that allows participants to listen and support each other. Support groups are open to women facing cancer, as well as their caregivers, friends, spouses or family members who would like to attend. Surround yourself with women who understand.

See below for a listing of our ongoing groups. First time attendees are encouraged to contact our office prior to attending a session. Call 518-439-5975 or email:

Bilingual Breast Cancer Support Group

Facilitators: Melanie McCulley, MS, BCC and Carmen Rodriguez

Welcoming breast cancer survivors to join in discussion. Open to anyone in the region at any stage of treatment or survivorship. English and Spanish Speakers welcome to attend.

Meets Second Tuesday of Most Months from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.
Location: Centro Civico, Community Room at 143 East Main Street, Amsterdam, NY 12010

Newly Diagnosed/ In Treatment Breast Cancer Support Group

Facilitator: Melanie McCulley, MS, BCC
This long-running support group meets monthly. All are welcome to share, listen and support each other on the Breast Cancer journey.
The group meets on the Fourth Thursday of most months from 6:00 – 7:30 pm at 410 Kenwood Avenue, Delmar. 
NOTE: Occasionally there are schedule changes. If you are attending for the first time, please call To Life! at 518-439-5975 or email to confirm your meeting date and time.

Saratoga Support Group

Facilitators: Jennifer Baldwin, LMSW and Renee Russell, RT, Program Director
To Life!, in partnership with the Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology Center of Saratoga Hospital, continues to offer a monthly support group for women affected by breast cancer, as well as interested family members/caregivers. Join us and become connected with other women—share your story, listen to others, form new and lasting friendships. Group meetings will include enjoyable activities, both onsite and offsite, as well as guest speakers.

Third Tuesday of Each Month 5:30-6:30pm at the Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology Center of Saratoga Hospital 211 Church Street, Saratoga Springs.

Contact Jennifer at

Stage 4/ Metastatic Breast Cancer Support Group

Facilitator: Debra Nosik, LCSW, and Martha McCormick, MS, EdS
For some women, metastatic cancer develops out of an earlier diagnosis while others may be diagnosed as metastatic right from the beginning. Diagnosis and treatment can create a myriad of medical, psychological, spiritual and social concerns. This group offers an opportunity to share feelings, ask questions, and to give and receive support in an environment where others are most likely to understand what they are going through.

This group meets on the Third Wednesday of most months from 7:30-8:30pm at To Life!, 410 Kenwood Avenue, Delmar.  If you have never attended and wish to join us, or just have questions, please call Melanie McCulley, Support Services Program Manager at 518-439-5975 so that we can expect you.

Young Survival Coalition (YSC)/ To Life! Collaborative Support Group

To Life! partners with the Young Survival Coalition (YSC) to support younger women dealing with Breast Cancer. YSC develops networks designed for Breast Cancer survivors diagnosed in their 40’s or younger. Whether you have just been diagnosed, are still in treatment or are several years out, join us to connect with others. Share resources, ask questions, make new friends and be assured that you are not alone. Find more information at and

YSC Face2Face Meetup Support Group
For more information: email or call Melanie McCulley at To Life! 518-439-5975

Funding for the support group program was made possible in part by Susan G. Komen Foundation, the NYS Department of Health, the Michaelson Family Foundation and other private contributors. The views expressed by facilitators do not necessarily reflect the views of our contributors or the official policies of the State of NY.