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Classes and Events
Support Groups
A.W.A.K.E. Sleep Apnea Support Group
A.W.A.K.E. (Alert, Well, And Keeping Energetic) in St. Louis is a health awareness group for people affected by sleep apnea. The group is dedicated to sharing information and increasing awareness of sleep, sleep disorders and related concerns. The group meets 3rd Thursday in January, April, July, October. Call 314-205-6030 for more information, dates and times.
Fees: Free
To Register: (314) 205-6030
For more information: (314) 205-6030

AA Big Book Study
For more information, please call Bill Erpelding at 636-532-1321.
Fees: Free
For more information: (636) 532-1321

Cochlear Care and Support
Explore implantable hearing technology solutions for those with hearing loss where hearing aids are no longer providing benefit. Connect with others and learn about their experiences. Learn more about healthy hearing and hearing solutions. Receive hearing loss news, tips and updates. Explore opportunities to participate in community events. Give back by helping others with hearing loss.
For more information: (314) 324-8690

COPD Education Class
Open to anyone interested in learning more about managing lung disease. This group meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 1 p.m. For more information, or for an appointment, please call 314-205-6849.
Fees: Free
To Register: (314) 205-6849
For more information: (314) 205-6849

Look Good Feel Better
This free American Cancer Society program teaches beauty techniques to women undergoing cancer treatment, to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of their treatment.

Volunteer cosmetologists teach women how to cope with skin changes and hair loss, using cosmetics and skin care products donated by the cosmetic industry. Free cosmetic kits are available at these group sessions, and come in light, medium, dark and extra dark shades to enhance all complexion types. Women also learn ways to disguise hair loss with wigs, scarves and other accessories.
Fees: Free
For more information: (314) 205-6901

Moving Forward After a Stroke - A Support Group for Patients and Families
Our goals are:
1) Provision of education/information regarding rehabilitation and preventative care.
2) To offer a safe environment for survivors and caregivers to communicate personal experiences and recommendations.
3) To deliver support and inspiration to survivors and caregivers at all stages of stroke recovery.
4) To provide information about community resources and equipment.

Our stroke support group is designed to help survivors and caregivers to move forward with their life after a stroke. Group activities include:
- Sharing milestones
- Identifying barriers and accomplishments
- Guest Speakers
- Educational videos
- Focus topics: assistive devices, walking strategies
- Consults: dietary, social work, and nursing
- Identifying resources for survivors and caregivers
Fees: Free
For more information: (314) 317-5797

Myositis Support Group
Fees: Free
For more information: (618) 692-1836

Narcotics Anonymous-Sunday Morning Steps
For more information: (314) 803-2503

Nicotine Anonymous Support Group
Fees: Free
For more information: (636) 394-2521 or (636) 532-7320

Pulmonary Gathering
This group provides support and information to patients and their family members with Pulmonary Fibrosis and COPD. For information, dates and to register visit The Lung Research Center or call 314-439-LUNG (5864).
Fees: Free
For more information: (314) 439-5864   email: thelungcenter@stlukes-stl.com

Pulmonary Rehab Support Group
Fees: Free
To Register: (314) 205-6849
For more information: (314) 205-6849