There are many non-profit brain tumor support groups around the world. The abbreviated list below is provided for information only as a source for additional resources.
Grey Matters North Texas Brain Tumor Support Group – www.greymatters.us
Non-profit organization dedicated to providing emotional and logistical support to brain tumor survivors and families. Our Goal is to help them communicate easily with doctors and other health care professionals, become more informed medical consumers and feel more comfortable with the medical environment in which they now find themselves. We support research so that this devastating disease can be eradicated forever.
CancerCare – www.cancercare.org
CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization that provides free, professional support services for anyone affected by cancer. CancerCare offers free, professionally facilitated telephone support groups for people living with a glioblastoma. For more information call 1-800-813-HOPE or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation – www.cbtf.org
Works to improve treatment, quality of life, and long-term outlook for children with brain and spinal cord tumors through research, support, education, and advocacy programs.
The Tim & Tom Gullikson Foundation – www.gulliksonfoundation.org
The Tim & Tom Gullikson Foundation assists brain-tumor patients and families in managing the physical, emotional and social challenges presented by the illness.
The Brain Tumor Action Network – www.btan.org
The Brain Tumor Action Network was established to bring awareness to the general public about brain tumors and to educate and empower brain tumor survivors, their families and friends. They are very active in Brain Tumor Advocacy and taking political and personal action to make a difference.
The International Brain Tumor Alliance (IBTA) – www.theibta.org
Seeks to be an alliance of the support, advocacy and information groups for brain tumor patients and caregivers in different countries and also includes researchers, scientists, clinicians and allied health professionals who work in the area of brain tumors.
Ragan’s Hope – www.RagansHope.com
Ragan’s Hope helps families whose children (up to age 18) are fighting a disease and/or hospitalized. They provide meals, assistance with hospital visits, assistance with other children, prayer, household needs, financial/emotional support and more.
Gregg Pearson Foundation – www.GreggPearson.org
Gregg Pearson Foundation helps brain tumor survivors with living expenses while they are battling a brain tumor. “Honoring Gregg by helping others”.