Online Peer Support

You are not alone in your cancer journey. Join thousands of patients, caregivers, and loved ones in an active community here to welcome you. Together, we've faced many of the same trials you've faced, and we can be a lifeline when you need support.

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Support from peers improves mental health outcomes for prostate cancer patients and their loved ones. ZERO's peer support programs provide a safe space to discuss the hardships and emotional impact that we experience because of prostate cancer.

Whether it's a virtual meeting with local US Too prostate cancer support groups, gathering in our private online forums and social media groups, or a one-to-one mentorship meeting with someone across the country, ZERO is here to connect you to a caring community of support.

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Local and virtual meetings

Join others, share experiences and gain support from others in your area who have also been affected by prostate cancer within the Us TOO Support Groups. Virtual groups are also available, as well as those for female caregivers, the LGBTQIA+ Community, men who are deaf or hard of hearing, Black men, and those dealing with grief from the loss of a loved one to prostate cancer.

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Online Community

ZERO Connect on Facebook

Join our closed, private Facebook group to share stories, ask questions, get advice, and connect with other patients and caregivers. Since this is a closed group, it is required to answer two questions and agree to the group page rules to be granted access.

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Prostate Cancer Forum

INSPIRE is a robust online community where you can connect with patients, families, friends, and caregivers to enhance the quality of life for all those affected by prostate cancer.

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One-on-one mentor relationship

Get matched with another patient who has faced the same challenges you have and can offer experiences, insights, and support to help you make informed decisions through the ZERO MENtor Program. Or apply to become a MENtor yourself, and receive training to help support new patients who need someone to talk with.