There are a number of local sarcoma support groups around the country.
Local support groups are often run by patients and carers working together with sarcoma nurse specialists or doctors.
These meetings are usually fairly small and relaxed. They’re held in places like cancer centres, hospitals, or community halls. The meeting format might have a speech from a guest speaker, group discussion, chatting, and refreshments. Some groups may organise social events and activities as well as regular meetings.
You can explore the interactive map below to find a support group in your area.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic, many support groups have been running virtually. If you can’t find a local support group, you can join a virtual support group led by someone even if you don’t live in that area.
If you would like to set up your own sarcoma support group, we can help. You can email us for more information.
Last reviewed: November 2023 | Next review due: November 2026