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Southeast Florida 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.

Miami-Dade Support Group
The Miami-Dade Support Group will be meeting on the third Saturday of the month from 11am to 1pm at Doctors Hospital, 5000 University Dr., Coral Gables, FL. Please contact Taylor Kain at taylorkain@hushmail.com or call 502-377-9188.

Broward County Support Group
The Broward County Support Group meetings are held on the first Saturday of the month from 11am to 1pm at Margate Health Care Center, 5951 Colonial Drive, Margate, FL.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Rona Silberman at ronasilberman@gmail.com
or 954-675-9676.



Boca Raton Support Group
The Boca Raton Support Group will be meeting on the second Saturday of the month from 11am to 1pm hosted by Jessica Massengale and Melanie McMillion at St. Andrews North (card room) 6152 Verde Trail North, Boca Raton, Florida 33433. Please contact Melanie McMillion at 954-263-0421.

North Palm Beach Support Group
The North Palm Beach Support Group will be meeting on the third Saturday of the month from 11am to 1pm at PBC Station 28 - Royal Palm Beach 1040 Royal Palm Beach Boulevard • Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 Please contact Tina Mike at Tmike520@gmail.com or 561-779-1810 Meetings start in March 2019 


Social media outlets such as Facebook, Instagram & Twitter can often serve as an important communications tool for Scleroderma sufferers and supporters alike. We'll continue to update our website with timely information, but social media sites allows for a more interactive experience while you keep in touch with family, friends and other Scleroderma Chapters across the country.