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Oregon Support Groups

Support Groups provide a forum to share feelings, concerns, information, and as well as a place to offer peer support and encouragement. Solicitations or research projects are not conducted at support group meetings.

Support groups often feature speakers specializing in scleroderma or related topics. To find out information about upcoming speakers or meeting topics, please contact the support group leader or chapter office.

This schedule is subject to change. Before attending a group for the first time, please call to verify date and time. Groups are free of charge and open to everyone.


Portland Support Group

Portland-based support group meetings, for Oregon and SW Washington, in 2014 are scheduled for January, April, May, September, October and November.

Meetings scheduled for 10am on the second Saturday of the months indicated at Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital Wistar Morris Room on 1st floor, 1015 NW 22nd Avenue, Portland, Oregon

Contact: Donna Stone, Support Group Leader
Phone: 360-887-2360
Email: DonnaPeterStone@yahoo.com

 


Next Support Group Meeting Nov. 8th - Harvest Brunch!

Harvest Brunch 2014

Our next meeting is a "Harvest Brunch" with food, door prizes, and general merryment!  This is a free event put on by the Oregon Chapter to thank you for your support and to kick off the holiday season.

No guest speaker will be presenting this time - we want you to have time to socialize and share stories and information with others!

Food for the event is generously being provided by United Therapeutics, so bring your appetite!

Date: Saturday, Nov. 8th, 2014

Time: 10am-noon

Location:  Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital
  1040 NW 22nd Ave.  Portland, OR
Building 2 (across the street from the main hospital) 
2nd Floor - right outside the elevators

R.S.V.P. is greatly appreciated to help us prepare for the event!

The two-hour Scleroderma Support Group is always free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to ask any questions and share their stories about living with scleroderma.  Free on-street and facility parking are available, and the hospital is accessible via Tri-Met mass transit street cars and bus lines.

For any questions, Maria Rivelli can be reached at 503-762-4231, or dnub0291@aol.com