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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.


    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 : September 6
    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
    A support group for patients with any type of cancer to share experiences in a safe, confidential atmosphere, seek emotional healing, and obtain resources. Next class : August 21
    For women and men with any type and any stage of cancer (2nd Wednesdays). 4:30-6:00 pm at 2449 Summerfield Road, Main Entrance, 2nd floor. Next class : September 13
    For women and men with any type and any stage of cancer. 4:30-6:00 pm at 2449 Summerfield Road in Santa Rosa, Main Entrance, 2nd floor. Next class : August 23
    A support and information-sharing group that helps caregivers of those with cancer navigate through and cope with complex and multiple responsibilities. Next class : August 23
    This service is available when a child has a family member with cancer or another chronic, serious illness. The program is facilitated by a clinical social worker using creative activities for self-expression. Next class : To Be Announced
    The Children's Art Therapy Support Group, known as CATS is offered to children and teens who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis, either their own or, more commonly that of a family member. Next class : To Be Announced
    The Children's Bereavement Art Group helps children learn to cope with and accept the death of a loved one by encouraging them to express their grief through creative outlets. Next class : August 21
    This peer support group, facilitated by trained art therapists and volunteers, assists grieving children (ages 4 through 17) in expressing emotions over the recent death of a loved one by utilizing art and other creative outlets. Next class : To Be Announced