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Aging with Dignity


AgeSong Senior Communities


AIDS Education Global Information System


Alternative Medicine Foundation’s HerbMed (dictionary of herbs and uses)


Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral


American Academy of Hospice & Palliative Medicine


American Association of Retired Persons


American Brain Tumor Association


American Cancer Society


American Chronic Pain Association


American Heart Association


American Lung Association


American Pain Society


The Body-HIV/AIDS resource


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Support Groups

Healing at the Edge Groups

Located in Mill Valley, Santa Rosa, San Francisco
Please call for more information (415) 456-3915 or email: info@livingdying.org


Cancer Support Groups

Kaiser San Rafael:

Ongoing, free support groups,open to the public

Vicki Landes, LCSW, Breast Care Coordinator at 415-444-2496  and David Martin, Cancer Program Services Manager at 415-444-2570

Marin General Cancer Institute:

Ongoing, free support groups, open to the public

Cancer and Parenthood, contact Wendy Kahn 925-7622

Breast Surgery Ongoing Recovery Workshop, contact Sandy Truex 925-7780

Breast Cancer Ongoing Support Group for Newly Diagnosed and Women Currently in Treatement, contact Sandy Truex 925-7780

“Movin On” for Women Who Have Completed Treatment, contact Wendy Kahn 925-7622

Lymphedema Ongoing Information and Support, contact Marin B.R.E.A.S.T.… read more →

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Multi-Service Org.

Alzheimer’s Association

4340 Redwood Hwy., Suite 23

San Rafael, CA 94903


(415) 472-4340

All services are Alzheimer’s specific: support groups, information and referrals, family education, newsletter, and an informative website.… read more →

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Hospitals, Clinics, Health Insurance

Hospitals & Clinics

HIV Clinic

20 North San Pedro Road, Suite2002

San Rafael, CA 94903

(415) 499-7377

Kaiser Permanente Hospital

99 Montecillo Road

San Rafael, CA 94903

(415) 482-6800 (Downtown San Rafael)

(415) 444-2000 (San Rafael)

(415) 899-7400 (Novato)

(707) 765-3900 (Petaluma)

Kentfield Rehabilitation Hospital & Outpatient Center

1125 Sir Francis Drake Blvd

Kentfield, CA 94904

(415) 456-9680

Marin Community Clinic

250 Bon Air

Greenbrae, CA

(415) 461-7400

General medicine, sliding scale.… read more →

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Bay Area Hospices, In-Home Care

Heartland Hospice

1050 Northgate Dr. #300

San Rafael CA 94903

(415) 472-2637

Hospice by the Bay

17 Sir Francis Drake Blvd

Larkspur Landing CA 94939


(415) 526-5500

Hospice By The Bay

180 Redwood Street #350

San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 626-5900

Heartland Home Health Care & Hospice

825 Sonoma Ave., Ste B

Santa Rosa, CA 95404


(415) 897-3997


Hospice of Contra Costa

2051 Harruson Street

Concord, CA 94520

(925) 609-1830

Hospice of Petaluma

416 Payran Street

Petaluma, CA 94952

(707) 778-6242

MidPeninsula Hospice Services

(888) 755-6755

A non-profit organization, state-licensed to offer complete hospice care as well as in-home health care.… read more →

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Caregiving Counseling, Grief Support

Center for Caregiver Training

1320 Divisadero St

San Francisco, CA 94115

(415) 563-9286

Email: hcc1988@aol.com

Caregiving 101 Training Program: 6 three-hour classes designed to help families and friends care for thier loved ones at home who are living with serious illness.… read more →

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American Cancer Society

25 Bellam Blvd. No 150,

San Rafael, CA 94901

(415) 454-8464

Medical supplies offered if available or they can help you find supplies, transportation to and from treatments (prefer one weeks notice), one-to-one support offered for breast cancer patients (paired with survivor), support groups for men with prostate cancer (454-8464), help find support groups in your area, information on cancer, referrals for financial assistance, and will research for services in your area.… read more →

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The Living/Dying Project has created these lists so that people faced with a life-threatening illness and their families could find some of Marin County resources. We try our best to include any non-profit agency that has services that could benefit our clients, and continue to update our lists.… read more →

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