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Programs and Services

You have come to the right place to connect with others who have been affected by a diagnosis of breast or gynecologic cancer. Our offerings are designed to fulfill the diverse needs and interests of our survivor community.

For the time being, our programming is being offered in a hybrid format (some virtual/some in person). Click on the programs that interest you to learn more. If you have any questions, would like to enroll in a class or workshop, or be added to our mailing list call us at (585) 473-8177 or email us.

With advance notice, we can provide language interpreters (including American sign language) with no charge to the breast or gynecologic survivor. Please contact us to request an interpreter.

Those fully vaccinated and not experiencing symptoms of any illness are invited to in person programming. Masks are required in the common areas. *In-person programming is subject to change according to the Center for Disease Control and Monroe County Department of Health directives.

The Breast Cancer Coalition offers programs and services at no charge.

Introductory Programs

Get and Give Support

The Breast Cancer Coalition’s Support/Networking Groups can be an important resource for people diagnosed with breast or gynecologic cancer. Some support groups are led by professionals. Others are more informal and discussion based. The Coalitions Support/Networking groups can:

  • increase an individual’s network
  • provide a forum to share knowledge and resources
  • give peers an opportunity for comradery through support, humor, and shared experience

 Read our Group Guidelines:

Healing Arts

The Breast Cancer Coalition’s Healing Arts Initiative is an opportunity for breast or gynecologic cancer survivors to learn a new modality or practice a complimentary healing course to relax, de-stress, and exercise. Classes are a series of 4 – 6 sessions. All Breast Cancer Coalition programs are free of charge.

 Read our Healing Arts Group Guidelines:


Studies have shown that patient education and communication have a positive effect on patient health outcomes, including emotional and physical health. The Breast Cancer Coalition works with area oncologists and other medical professionals to offer a wide variety of Education Programs Seminars throughout the year.

 Read our Group Guidelines: