You are not alone on your journey back to health. There are many support and advocacy groups for people with brain tumors, their families, and their caregivers. Stay connected. Reach out to the support and advocacy groups that are there for you. Here are just a few of the available resources:

American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA)

Focuses on funding brain tumor research and providing comprehensive resources, information, and education.

Brain Tumor Network

The Brain Tumor Network (BTN) is a navigation resource for adult patients and caregivers in the USA seeking information about brain tumor treatment options including personalized clinical trial matching, second opinion facilitation, and more. This unbiased resource is provided at no cost to patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals.

Brains for the Cure

Engages patients with brain tumors and their caregivers in an online community. Features clinical and personal articles, and more than 200 videos of physicians, caregivers, and patients sharing their stories.


Offers counseling, support groups (in person, by phone and online), education, access to publications, and financial and copay assistance.
800.813.4673 |

Cancer Support Community

Promotes cancer advocacy, research, and support for people with cancers and their families and caregivers.
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Greg’s Mission

Provides support, HOPE, education, current resources and awareness to patients suffering from brain tumors – especially Glioblastoma Multiforme (a grade 4 primary brain tumor).

Lung Cancer Group

Helps lung cancer patients and families understand their treatment options and pursue financial aid.
866-931-5446 |

National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS)

Invests in, mobilizes, and unites the community to discover a cure, deliver effective treatments, and advocate for patients and their care partners.

The EndBrainCancer Initiative

Connects brain tumor patients, their caregivers, and their families immediately to advanced treatments and clinical trials.

The Gray Matters Foundation

Supports and empowers people impacted by brain tumors through outreach, education, and assistance programs.
623.205.6446 |

The Musella Foundation

Supports patients with brain tumors and their care partners (emotionally and financially), provides education, and advocates and raises money for brain tumor research.

The Sontag Foundation

Since its founding in 2002, The Sontag Foundation has passionately supported people and organizations who make a significant and continuing impact in the lives of individuals with a major strategic focus on brain cancer research.

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