Hope@Home app will launch in late July so you can enjoy Inheritance of Hope resources anywhere, anytime. Stay tuned!



  • "When should I tell my kids about cancer, and how much should I tell them?"
  • "I have found little relief from the constant stress of being everything and everyone for my children all the time."
  • "People say the dumbest things when they find out you're sick!"
  • "I worry for how the kids will handle losing their mom."
  • "My brain wants to do all kinds of things that my body can no longer do."
  • "I felt really alone as a caregiver juggling kids, spouse, and job."
  • "How do I balance living in fear of the future and savoring every moment of life with my diagnosed parent?"
  • "What support structure I thought was in place did not survive these times."


If any of these challenges sound familiar, Hope@Home groups are for you. You are not alone - when you feel isolated or frustrated by illness, we want you to know that you belong!  Register Now >>


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July Hope@Home Group Options

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Female Caregivers  |  July 7, 14, and 21  |  8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific  Register Now >>

Life after Loss (helping your family adjust after losing a parent)  |  July 8, 15, and 22  |  8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific  Register Now >>

Male Caregivers  |  July 9, 16, and 23  |  8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific  Register Now >>

Teens Ages 16-18  |  July 13, 20, and 27 | 8pm Eastern/ 5pm Pacific  Register Now >>

Teens Ages 13-15  |  July 13, 20, and 27 | 8pm Eastern/ 5pm Pacific  Register Now >>


We are making new Hope@Home™ groups available month by month - let us know a group you'd love to attend and we'll keep developing the resources & relationships you want most! 

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Caregiver Groups

When the serious diagnosis of a parent hits a family, everyone in the family is deeply impacted. If you are the caregiver of a diagnosed loved one, you are probably feeling the weight of its impact as well. Caregivers must ride the same, often turbulent, roller coaster of emotions as the diagnosed parent, while managing more of the practical family affairs. It can be overwhelming.

Our gender-specific Caregiver Groups are designed to offer support and encouragement to those who are currently caregiving a diagnosed co-parent.

If you are a woman who is the main caregiver to a diagnosed partner, Register Now >>

If you are a man who is the main caregiver to a diagnosed partner, Register Now >>

Life After Loss: Helping your family adjust after losing a parent

Families with illness are accustomed to living in transition. Change and adaptation are part of the norm. But, when a diagnosed parent passes away, the roles of those that remain continue to transition from Caregiver to “Only Parent.” The adjustments can be difficult to manage through grief, and often require some support to navigate. If you find yourself in this situation, our Life After Loss Group was created for you. We want to offer a safe place to connect with other parents that are facing the same transitions and issues that you are addressing in your family. Register Now >>

Coming Soon!

Intentional Parenting with Illness (aka Diagnosed Parent Group)

Parenting is hard. Parenting with an illness is really hard! How do I talk with my child about my illness? How do I recognize when my children need more help? How do I recognize when I need more help? How do I impart what I want my children to understand?

These are important questions and deserve a space to be explored. If you are a diagnosed parent searching for support and resources, this group was created for you. Registration is coming soon!