Support Groups

Meet other patients, carers and family members at your local Myeloma Support Group.

Support Groups

There are currently over 100 Myeloma Support Groups in the UK and Ireland. Most of these are myeloma-specific, but there are also a number of general haematology groups that welcome those affected by myeloma. Some groups are run by patients, carers or family members, others by healthcare professionals, such as nurses or counsellors, and they vary in size, frequency and format. We provide support, information and resources to the group leaders, to make sure everyone who attends gets the best level of support.

Attend a Support Group: Enter a postcode or town to find your nearest support group.

Start a Support Group

Support Groups can benefit patients, families and carers by providing emotional support, friendship and relief from isolation. They also offer the chance to share information and experiences with those in a similar situation.

If you’d like to set up a Support Group in your area, you can download our Infosheet or contact us directly on 0131 557 3332, or email

Help & Support: Speak to one of our trained and qualifed Myeloma Information Specialists or email us