Emotional Support


Living Journeys is a safe and confidential support system for individuals, families and friends struggling with cancer. The group is a supportive and healing environment where open discussion concerning cancer related topics can happen. 

To be added to the support group email list, please complete the support group email form.


Living Journeys provides referrals for free, licensed professional therapists who can help supply clients, their caregivers, children and family members with important tools to manage fear, anxiety and stress that accompanies a cancer diagnosis.  Private therapy requests will be considered through all stages of the cancer journey; whether you are currently in treatment, recovery, have or lost a loved one with cancer you can apply for a private therapy grant.

Private therapy grants are offered in groups of 10 sessions per request.   At the end of 10 sessions, should you need to continue with your therapy, we ecourage you to call 970-349-2777 to request another grant for 10 sessions. Living Journeys has a list of private therapists you may consider, or you may choose to use a therapist of your choice not currently listed.  For questions regarding how to choose a therapist, you may call 970-349-2777. To receive a private therapy grant you must be a Gunnison County Resident.

The first step is to fill out and return one of the financial assistance applications.  Please call 970-349-2777 for assistance or questions when filling out an application.  For all types of cancer, except breast cancer, please fill out the following application:

For breast cancer only, Living Journeys and Tough Enough to Wear Pink Cattleman’s Days team together to help you through your cancer diagnosis and treatment.  Please fill out the following application:


The Living Journeys Youth Group (LJYG) serves Gunnison County middle and high school aged students whose families have a relationship with cancer. Living Journeys brings together a team therapists and staff from the Adaptive Sports Center to develop a year of adventures which include ropes courses, rafting, ice climbing, kayaking and more.