2019 Support Groups MOCA organizes support groups to meet the needs of those impacted by ovarian cancer. All support programs are free. Register and view calendar here. Find a list of 2019 Support Groups here. For more information about personal or group support, contact Community Support Program Manager Stefanie Gliniany or call (612) 584-3550. MOCA CONNECTIONS We invite women diagnosed with ovarian cancer and their loved ones to join us to connect with each other, share information and gain support. Walk-ins are always welcome. This group meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 6:00-7:30 pm at the MOCA office (4604 Chicago Ave., Minneapolis, 55407). Coffee, tea, and treats will be provided! Download and print our 2019 support calendar. EAST METRO SUPPORT MEETINGS Survivors and loved ones, join us for our monthly meeting in Woodbury at the Lunds and Byerly’s Community Room to connect and share with others. Meetings are scheduled 2 months in advance. Visit our event page, MOCAs Facebook page or reach out to Stefanie to see when the next meeting will be scheduled. MOCA YOUNG SURVIVOR NETWORK We define young survivors as those women dealing with a gynecologic cancer diagnosis before menopause. We invite you to join the group to explore issues unique to young survivors of all types of gynecologic cancers. Young survivors range in age from late teens to mid-40s, but there is no age requirement to join the group! The YSN plans events and activities throughout the year. MOCA also has a network of YSN Mentors who can provide support and information over the phone. Young survivors of ovarian and gynecologic cancers can also connect online through a private Facebook group. MEN OF MOCA Ovarian cancer doesn’t just impact women – partners, husbands, brothers, friends and more are impacted when a woman is diagnosed with ovarian cancer. MOCA provides peer-to-peer support for men through our Men of MOCA support group and Mentor Program. For more information about the Men of MOCA group and upcoming activities or for peer-to-peer support, contact Stefanie Gliniany or call (612) 584-3550. CARE IN THE COMMUNITY MOCA offers an extra level of support with our Care in the Community support offering. Can’t make it to a MOCA Connections meeting? MOCA Community Support Program Manager Stefanie Gliniany is available to meet one-on-one at metro coffee shops when scheduled in advance. She is also available to connect with survivors during their chemo infusions. Contact Stefanie to schedule a visit.