Support Groups & Programs

Share information, provide support, and/or get support. Our FREE group meetings held at Breast & Gyn Cancer Pavilion, 500 Rue de la Vie, Baton Rouge, LA, 2nd Floor, Atrium Conference Room. Light refreshments served.

Rosebuds Support Group

Join us to meet other women who are newly diagnosed and are in treatment or recently completed treatment.

2nd Wednesday of each month - Noon -1:00

  • January 9, 2019
    “Lifting the Fog –Managing the Effects of Cancer Treatment in Everyday Life” presented by Woman’s Hospital Therapy Department
  • February 13
    “The Importance of Dental Health during Treatment” presented by Dr. Charles Clay Couvillion, DDS
  • March 13
    “Fighting Cancer, Living Well....Why Being Active Matters”   Presented by Woman’s Hospital Therapy Department

Sunflowers Support Group

Join us to meet other women who have completed their treatment, for at least a year and continue this journey we call life…after cancer.

4th Wednesday of each month - Noon-1:00

  • January 23, 2019
    “New Year, New You” presented by Hilary Tallman, LMSW from Cancer Services of Greater Baton Rouge
  • February 27
    “Importance of Dental Health after Treatment” presented by Dr. Charles Clay Couvillion, DDS
  • March 27
    “Surviving Cancer, Living Well....Why Being Active Matters”  Presented by Woman’s Hospital Therapy Department

For more information, call 225-924-8456 contact Hilary at (225) 927-2273 or email.

Calendar and More

Mary Bird Perkins - Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center and Woman's

January-March 2019 Survivorship & Support Calendar [PDF] »

Celebrate Life

This annual event, sponsored by Woman’s and Mary Bird Perkins - Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center celebrate the lives of cancer survivors and the memory of those who died. This is an occasion to pause and reflect on the many joys life offers and examine ways we can celebrate life. 
 

Healing Arts

Art can heal with every brush stroke, every high note and every page in a scrapbook.

Woman's launched a Healing Arts program to enhance the hospital experience for patients and their families during and after their battle with the disease, through music, poetry, dance and art.