At Chester County Hospital in West Chester, PA, we realize that at times our patients require more than medical treatment when facing health care issues. That's why we have developed a wide variety of support groups to provide the residents of Chester County, PA with personal counseling and emotional support in dealing with illness and its physical and emotional effects. Support group participants attend sessions both to learn and to share. Patients and family members benefit from the information presented by guest speakers and draw strength from sharing their experiences with others.
The Bereavement Support Groups will educate individuals about the grieving process and guide them as they move through the stages of grief.
Community group focused on keeping Chester County moms and moms-to-be healthy, hopeful and happy! Includes links to our Breastfeeding Mothers, Moms Support Moms, Lactation Counseling and Perinatal Mood Disorders support groups.
Join others who suffer from chronic heart failure at this monthly meeting. Learn important information from the Heart Failure Team Representatives to help you avoid hospitalizations and live a longer, fuller life.
The Abramson Cancer Center at Chester County Hospital offers a variety of cancer support groups and programs including art therapy, survivorship steps, coping with cancer support groups, and more.
The Cardiac Support Group meets the first Thursday of each month.
The Better Breathers Support Group is a free program organized for those coping with chronic lung disease.
This program is for individuals with Crohns or Colitis to help them learn about new treatment or medication information.
Do you or a loved one have an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD)? Join us at Chester County Hospital in West Chester, PA for some education and story sharing with others who are learning to live with this life-saving device.
Our dietitians will work with you to create a realistic nutritional plan that takes into consideration both your physical goals and your lifestyle.
Free monthly meetings inform, encourage and offer fellowship with others coping with Parkinson's Disease.
Local resources for Chester County, PA residents who are battling with alcohol and drug addiction.