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Find social groups

Find groups dedicated to your interests or skills you want to learn.

Take classes that interest you

It’s never too late to learn something new, whether it’s a hobby or topic.

Join a volunteer group

If you’re feeling up to it, consider donating your time to a cause that interests you.

Get to know new people

Casual acquaintances can easily become close friends with a little love.

Have a voice in online groups

Finding like-minded individuals on social media can help you feel a sense of community.

Attend local events

Get to know people in your community through in-person or virtual events.

Join an online book club

Discover new perspectives from the comfort of your home.

Linking you to the support you need
Get information and advice by calling the Patient Navigator hotline from the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. 
Contact the hotline
The International Myeloma Foundation provides a searchable list of support groups by location.
Find a support group near you
Connect with a peer volunteer from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through the Patti Robinson Kaufmann First Connection® Program.
Find a mentor
There’s more where that came from

Looking for even more hotlines, groups, or mentors? Head over to the Resources page. 

Let's recap
  • If you’re able, consider picking up a new hobby or restarting an activity you haven’t done in a while 
  • You can also reach out for help by using hotlines, support groups, or mentors

More about community

Your Healthcare Team

Strengthen your relationship with your doctors and nurses.

Your Friends & Family

Lean on the people who have been there with you through it all. 

Advocacy Groups

Find organizations dedicated to providing support.

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