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Support Groups

Coming Together, Sharing Together

Stephens Memorial Hospital offers a variety of support groups each month to meet the needs of our community.

Offered by Stephens Memorial Hospital

The Diabetes Support Group is free and open to all who have or are affected by diabetes.

The group meets the third Wednesday of each month from 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Location: Harper Conference Center located in the Ripley Medical Building (193 Main Street, Norway).

For more information please call 207-744-6057

The COPD Support Group is free and open to all who have chronic lung disease. 

The group meets the last Wednesday of each month from 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Location: Stephens Memorial Hospital Board Room (181 Main Street, Norway)

For more information please call 207-743-1562 ext. 6999

The Parkinson's Support Group is open to any individual or families who are interested in or have concerns about Parkinson's Disease.

This group meets monthly on the last Thursday of the month at 2:00 pm
Location: Stephens Memorial Hospital Boardroom (181 Main Street, Norway)

For more information please call 207-743-1562 ext. 6999

The Cancer Support Group for Women is for any woman who has experienced a cancer diagnosis, past or present. Drop in and stay for as long as you can. Bring a brown bag lunch or a snack.

This group meets the first Tuesday of the Month 12:00 - 1:30 pm

For more information please call 207-744-6173

 

Quit & Win Program and smoking cessation classes. Sponsored by Healthy Oxford Hills.

For more information please call Healthy Oxford Hills at 207-739-6222, or the Maine Tobacco Help Line: 1-800-207-1230

 

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