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    Classes and Education

    Use the search options below to find classes of interest to you. Sutter Health affiliates offer classes in locations throughout Northern California.


    This support group is for women and men with any type or any stage of blood cancer, including leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma. Next class : March 6
    This group is for patients diagnosed with localized cancer to the breast and may also have lymph node involvement. It is facilitated by a licensed clinical social worker that specializes in cancer and is also a breast cancer survivor. Next class : March 7
    A support group for women who have recently been diagnosed with breast cancer to receive support and help navigating their care. Next class : February 27
    This group is for women who are undergoing cancer treatment, or have experienced treatment and are looking for support in getting back to, or creating a new sense of "normal" in their lives. Next class : February 22
    A support group for younger women who have recently been diagnosed with breast cancer to receive support and help navigating their care while balancing career, family and relationships. Next class : February 28
    Come together with other mothers and babies to share, learn, get support. Next class : February 22
    This is a free class offered by appointment only with one of our Certified Lactation Consultants. Topics include basic anatomy, getting started, positioning and latch, tips, tricks, and going back to work. Next class : To Be Announced
    Cancer Caregiver Support Group provides emotional and practical support for caregivers of patients with cancer and in treatment. Caregivers only, please. Next class : February 23
    Sutter Solano Medical Center and the Cancer Support Community have partnered to serve people with cancer, along with their family and friends by offering cancer support groups to the Solano County community free of charge. Next class : March 1
    Sutter VNA & Hospice hosts a free support group for children ages five to 12 to help them cope with a family member's illness. Next class : To Be Announced