Support Groups

You are not alone...

In order to cope effectively with your chronic health condition, the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona offers this information on Arizona support groups for dialysis patients.  

KIDNEY DISEASE VIRTUAL SUPPORT GROUP
Free & All Are Welcome: Patients, Family, Caregivers, Recipients, Living Donors
Held by Banner Transplant Center in partnership with Transplant Community Alliance
First Thursday of each month, from 7:00PM-8:00PM. 

Email for Invite Link: Loren.Gallegly@bannerhealth.com  View flyer here.

PHOENIX AREA KIDNEY WARRIORS

All kidney patients are welcome: any stage of kidney disease, dialysis patients, pre/post transplant patients, past/potential donors, friends and family members

Third Sunday of each month at 2:00PM via Zoom

Email for Zoom Invite Link: phxkidneywarriors@gmail.com  View flyer here.

TRANSPLANT COMMUNITY ALLIANCE

Support group meetings are online via Zoom using a computer, phone, or tablet, and anyone is welcome  - recipient or family member. 

Meetings are Thursdays at 7:00PM. The first Thursday of each month is kidney-focused.

During meetings, participants share stories, talk about issues, and have a conversation about transplant life, good, bad, and ugly! Always facilitated by a licensed social worker. Meetings can be Closed Captioned for the hearing impaired if requested.

Please call 602-277-2661 or email info@TransplantAZ.org to register and receive the Zoom meeting code.

RENAL SUPPORT NETWORK

www.rsnhope.org

The Renal Support Network (RSN) is a non-profit, patient –focused, patient-run agency that provides non-medical services to those affected by chronic kidney disease (CKD). RSN strives to help patients develop their personal coping skills, special talents, and employability by educating and empowering them (and their family members) to take control of the course and management of the disease. 

HOPE LINE
(800) 579-1970
Monday through Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

Launched by RSN, this toll free number puts you in touch with others who have lived successfully with kidney disease and can share their experience, strength and hope.