Connecting with other patients, family members and caregivers at different stages of your journey can be a helpful way to find support and get answers. There is nothing like talking to someone who has been through a similar situation. If you need help or would like to offer help and hope to someone going through colorectal cancer, join us for Support Group Chat!

We offer 5 chats moderated by a certified Colorectal Cancer Alliance Patient & Family Support Navigator.

Newly Diagnosed / Side Effect Management Chat | Mon - Fri | 11:30 am - NOON ET

Informal, moderated chats for anyone newly diagnosed seeking help and support, including managing treatment side effects (rash management, nausea, neuropathy, diarrhea, etc)

Daily Chat | Monday – Friday | NOON - 1pm ET

Informal, moderated chats for anyone seeking help and support, including managing treatment side effects (rash management, nausea, neuropathy, diarrhea, etc)

Stage IV-Um and Friendship | Tuesday | 7pm – 8pm ET

Focuses on stage IV, but all stages are welcome.

My Pal Grief Chat - Managing Peace After Loss | Wednesday | 7pm – 8pm ET

For those coping with the death of a loved one from colorectal cancer; join others who understand what you are going through.

Caregiver Chat | Thursdays | 1pm – 2pm ET

Caregiving for a loved one with colorectal cancer can be challenging, lonely and hard on our physical and mental health. Join this chat to speak with others who understand what you are going through.

Group Chat Tips & Tricks

  • Jump right in!

    Whether this is your first chat or your 5th, we want to hear from you.

  • Be respectful

    Everyone is at a different place in their journey and we’re here to support anyone in need.

  • Don’t be shy

    The chat can move very quickly, so if your question was missed, please do bring it up again.