Achieve Your Greatest Level of Success

If you have undergone weight loss surgery, joining one of our support groups can have a positive effect on your recovery and weight loss success. In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.

Participating in a support group can keep you motivated, help you celebrate milestones and provide different perspectives on everyday successes and challenges.

Weight Loss Support Group

Meeting other women who are going through the same experience can be tremendously helpful to you and to your long-term weight loss success. Woman’s hosts a monthly support group meeting open to all weight loss surgery patients and patients in the process of planning weight loss surgery.

Each session is led by one of our weight loss professionals and focuses on a specific topic. Participants have the opportunity to talk about the topic. Sharing with others who are going through a similar experience often creates new friendships and special bonds — all in a comfortable, supportive environment.

Support Meetings

Our support group meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month from 6:00-7:30 PM in-person at Woman’s conference rooms or via ZOOM virtual meeting. Meetings are free and open to the community’s weight loss surgical patients. Contact us so that we can send you more information!

If you’ve had surgery, are in the pre-operative process or are considering weight loss surgery, you are welcome, regardless of surgical facility, surgeon or surgery type.

Please give us your suggestions for future support group meetings.

Weight loss surgery is a life-changing experience.

It may alter your relationships with other people, your feelings about yourself and your whole way of life. While weight loss surgery has a direct and dramatic effect on the body, the psychological effects of the surgery may outnumber the physical expectations. And, while most of these effects are positive, there are possible complications.

    Support also means educating yourself about your condition, your surgery and others who’ve experienced the same challenges as you. These helpful resources are a great start: