The Barbara Sosman Support Center

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Tel: (207) 990-2025

The Barbara Sosman Support Center is located in Brewer, across from McDonald's on Wilson St. Drive down the Rudman Road to the Center(Between the Bowling Alley and D & S Motors).

510 Wilson St, Brewer, ME 04412

a non-clinical sanctuary for families and patients affected by cancer

The Sosman Center is a Maine nonprofit corporation, having received 501(c)(3) approval.

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Latest News & Updates from The Barbara Sosman Center

Center a refuge for cancer patient

Fox 22

Tuesday, 29 January 2019 16:56

Paul described the Sosman  Center on local radio. Click Here

Today we had a fun event at Gary Eckmann’s McDonald’s Restaurant in Brewer.


Hayleigh Simpson, employee of the month, drew the names of the winners of recent raffles that we have held to support The Sosman Center.

 

General Manager, Jacob Mitton assisted us in the event.

Left: Tyrone: “The Sosman Center is here to have good conversation with others battling cancer.

The support I receive from Staff, patients and family members has been so helpful in my recovery.”

Top Left: Lonya:  "The best part is that we can come in on any weekday, Monday through Friday 11am until 3pm. Traditional medical support groups aren't available this often. When I have a question, am feeling bad, or just want to hang out in a comfortable place with people who understand, I can go to the support center. We talk about our experiences with cancer, whatever our role in it - people who have it, parents, spouses, friends, and family. Some of us take phone calls after hours, which is a relief when I am overwhelmed at home. Their wisdom is a great comfort, and I hope to be able to share some,

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He is one of our recent visitors and a reminder as to why the Sosman Center exists.
Liam recently came by and spent an afternoon with us. After all, where was he to go? He lives in a shelter with his mom and her new baby. Liam is fighting Glioblatoma, also called glioblastoma multiforme and the prognosis is terminal. He now has a place to go and have a bit of normalcy in his life. Take one look at his pictures and you will see what a trooper he is and why he captured our hearts. Please pray for him.