Located in East Portland, right off the I-205 freeway near Mall 205, we are a support group for those  who are finding ways to live with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, MS, chronic pain.

We are a supportive group where you will experience a welcoming, warm and positive spirit. The group is an avenue to those living with chronic pain, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia,  a great, safe, nurturing place where each has an opportunity for sharing ideas, resources, information, humor, activities; supporting each other as we experience similar challenges. Together we can foster an improved understanding of lifestyle management.

In respect of our members and their support partner, we request that those who only wish to join and attend  in order to solicit members as potential customers for a product, belief system, alternative health modality, etc. to please refrain from doing so.   Our group is truly a support group for those dealing with chronic health issues.  Whether we are meeting at our formal gathering or for coffee.    If you wish to be considered as a guest speaker, you are welcome to  contact Loretta via email at greshamfibro@gmail.com A decision will be made by the group.

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The East Portland Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue Support Group meets the second  Tuesday of each month at the Cherrywood Village, Retirement and Assisted Living Center

CherryWood Village 1417 SE 107th Avenue Portland, OR 97216

(near the I-205 and Stark Street exit)  102nd Avenue becomes Cherry Blossom when you turn south from Washington/Stark.

•Proceed to 102nd, turn right . . . this turns into Cherry Blossom •Turn right on 107th to main entrance at Village Square •1417 on front door

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