Medical challenges and loss can often bring unexpected challenges, both physically and emotionally. The ongoing caring support of professionals at Utah Valley Hospital (formerly Utah Valley Regional Medical Center) and others who have experienced similar experiences can provide great healing and relief.

Utah Valley Hospital provides a number of support groups that allow you to connect with others.

Support Groups

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Bereavement Support Group

The Bereavement Support Group provides a supportive environment for grieving the loss of a loved one, and teaches skills to process the grief.
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Women's Cancer Support Group

A cancer support group for any woman who is a cancer patient or cancer survivor.
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Brain Injury Stroke Support Group

The Brain Injury/Stroke Support Group is for those who are caring for someone who has had a brain injury or stroke.
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Common Bonds Support Group

The Common Bonds Support Group is for those dealing with the death of an infant or child, or who have had a miscarriage.
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Suicide Support Group

The Suicide Support Group is for anyone whose life has been affected by suicide, including immediate and extended family, friends, neighbors, etc.
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Coping with a Serious Illness Support Group

The Coping with a Serious Illness Support Group offers emotional support, education, and an opportunity to connect with others who are experiencing similar struggles.
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Look Good Feel Better Support Group

The Look Good, Feel Better Support Group is specifically for women who are in cancer treatment.
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Weigh to Health

The Weigh to Health® program is for overweight adults who want to lose weight, improve their health, and feel better every day.

Other Support

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Road to Recovery

This is a program in which volunteer drivers transport patients without adequate transportation to and from their cancer treatments.

Contact: American Cancer Society, (801) 227-2345
Cost: No cost