The breast cancer treatment journey can be overwhelming, from diagnosis through treatment.  Pink Ribbon Connection is helping give breast cancer patients the support they need through Peer Counseling. Peer counselors provide breast cancer patients with a sympathetic ear, support and information from the perspective of someone ?who?s been there.?  All breast cancer survivors who have been out of treatment for one year or more are invited to come learn how to be a peer counselor. Pink Ribbon Connection partners with other organizations to host local peer counselor trainings led by Dr. Christine Ward, Psychologist. Light dinner is provided.  Please email or call  317-255-PINK (7465) if you have any questions.

Peer Counselor Training


Peer Counselor Training - Lutheran Hospital Cancer Center, Fort Wayne
~ Tuesday, July 30 at 6:00 p.m.
Pink Ribbon Connection is proud to partner with Lutheran Health Network in Fort Wayne to host a Breast Cancer Peer Counselor Training. This training is open to any breast cancer survivor who has been out of treatment for at least one year, and is interested in becoming a peer counselor for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Join us on Tuesday, July 30, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m., at the Lutheran Hospital Cancer Resource Center, located at 7910 West Jefferson Blvd., Suite 109, within the Lutheran Cancer Center on the Lutheran Medical Park campus. Free parking is available in the south campus parking garage. To register or for more information complete the box to the right or call 317-255-7465. Please share this opportunity with any breast cancer survivors who may be interested. Thank you.