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Welcome to the Chandler/Southeast Support Group!

  • 29 January 2015
  • Author: Benji Tucker
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Welcome to the Chandler/Southeast Support Group!

Welcome to the Chandler/Southeast Support Group!

We have a new meeting place beginning this New Year! We will meet at Desert Cove, located at 1750 W. Frye Road, Chandler, 85224. This is just north (across the street) from Chandler Regional Hospital.

When you enter the main entrance of Desert Cove, you need to sign-in at the front desk. Then, go left down the hall about 25 feet in front of the nurse’s station. We are located in a nice community meeting room (it looks more like a lounge) on the left side of this hall.

Look for a sign located in front of the door to the community meeting room. Meetings are free of charge and we look forward to seeing you at the next one!

You can find all of our support group meeting dates in the calendar list on the right.

For a listing of all the groups see the Support page.

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