A breast cancer diagnosis can bring a wide range of emotions including shock, fear, sadness, and anger. The support of family, friends, and others can be helpful as you go through diagnosis, treatment, and beyond.

Some people join a support group for their emotional and psychological needs. Learn about getting social support, general support after a breast cancer diagnosis or if support groups are right for you.

Local Support Groups

The Colorado Cancer Coalition has a list of support groups throughout Colorado.

The Center for Oncology Psychology Excellence also lists Colorado support groups for patients and caregivers.

Online and Telephone Support

Some organizations offer support via online chat rooms, webinars, mentorship, or over the phone. These organizations offer support to anyone in the United States.

Susan G. Komen’s Breast Care Helpline offers free breast cancer support and counseling to anyone with questions or concerns. All calls and emails are answered by oncology social workers and breast cancer specialists, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. EST. English and Spanish.
1-877-465-6636
helpline@komen.org

Other Online Support Resources

Listed in alphabetical order.

4th Angel
866-520-3197

After Breast Cancer Diagnosis
800-977-4121

American Cancer Society (ACS) Cancer Survivors Network
800-227-2345

ACS Reach To Recovery
800-227-2345

Cancer Support Community
888-793-9355

Living Beyond Breast Cancer
888-753-5222

SHARE Cancer Support
844-275-7427

Young Survival Coalition
877-972-1011

See a complete list of online and other support groups.