The Young Adult Survivorship Support Group is a collective of young adults, 16-25, one year post osteosarcoma treatment, coming together to address the past so they can create healing, hope, and transformation.
We meet virtually because survivorship does not discriminate geographically and our collective experience is spread across the globe. Our meetings are meant to provide a space for sharing and reflection about the trials, tribulations, and successes of everyday life post-treatment. When we come together as a group, we combat isolation and increase our understanding about the complex nature of survivorship. General topics will be explored, but anything goes in our group. As survivors, it’s YOUR space to discuss what you feel called to. Our meetings are designed to last one hour, but can be extended, should we require more time.
This, and every MIB Agents program, is free of charge, thanks to generous donors who Make it Better.