Women Supporting Women was started by three local women: Harriette Fine, Carol Prager, and Sue Revelle. The first meeting of Women Supporting Women was in July 1993 in the waiting room of the Radiation Department of Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Throughout the years our office has changed locations and currently resides off of Rt. 50 at 1320 Belmont Ave. Ste. 402.
Some of our services include prosthetic breast fittings, wigs, educational tote bags, lift chair loaner program, and community related events to educate the public. All of our services are FREE.
Women Supporting Women is always in search of people to donate their time and share their experiences. Sign up today.
If you prefer to support Women Supporting Women financially, you can always make a donation.
Being proactive can start with you by simply knowing what to look for and how often you should visit a healthcare professional. Breast cancer is one of the most frequently diagnosed cancers in women. Early detection of cancer can save lives and increase treatment options. The following breast cancer screening schedule is recommended by the American Cancer Society.