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Texas Support Groups

The American Liver Foundation's support services provide information about liver disease, resources and emotional support to patients, family members and caregivers. Support programs assist patients who have a diagnosed liver disease, provide education and information on resources in their areas, and offer emotional support to them and their family members and caregivers.

Locate a support group near you.

BaylorScott&White - All Saints Medical Center
Liver Disease Support Group

This group will provide education and support for those diagnosed with liver disease. Presenters will provide attendees with actionable tips and recommendations that can be implemented to improve liver health.

Meets on the second Thursday of each month from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Carter Rehabilitation and Fitness Center - Education Room
1350 All Saints Avenue
Ft. Worth, TX 76104

The Methodist Hospital
Liver Transplant Support Group

All liver patients and their families are invited! A light supper is served. For more information about the support group below, contact:

Shelley Spector

Meet each Thursday from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
The Methodist Hospital - (Dunn Tower - Room 463)
6565 Fannin Street
Houston, Texas 77030

St. Luke’s Health System Support Groups

You are not alone — an estimated 4 million people are living with chronic hepatitis C. For more information about the support group locations below, contact:

Wayne Gosbee
Liver Outreach Coordinator
St. Luke's Liver Health Outreach
6620 Main Street, Suite 1505
Houston, TX 77030
(832) 355-5119 / (800) 72-LIVER
Fax: (832) 355-2312


Austin - Eastside

Meet every 3rd Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Carver Library
1161 Angelina St.
Austin, TX 78702

Bryan - College Station

Meet the 1st Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
St. Joseph Hospital Education Annex
3030 E. 29th St., Suite 100
Austin, TX

Corpus Christi

Meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
First Christian Church of Santa Fe
Room 603
3401 Santa Fe Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78411

El Paso

Meet the last Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
810 N. Campbell St.
El Paso, TX 79902

Fort Worth

This is an online support group that meets every Friday periodically throughout the day
Hep C Warriors Friday Forum Support Group

Houston - Northwest

Meet the 2nd Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
Methodist Hospital - Willowbrook
Room C, First Floor
18220 Tomball Parkway, Hwy. 249
Houston, TX 77070


Meet the 2nd Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.
Scott & White Memorial Hospital
Conference Center, Room 212B
2400 South 31st St.
Temple, TX 76504

Texas Children’s Hospital

Family Support

Texas Children's Liver Center's support group is a great way to meet other parents who have children with liver disease. We provide mutual support and share resources related to raising children who are especially special.

You can get to know parents whose children have the same condition as yours, live in the same part of town, or have a child the same age. Parents network through phone, e-mail and monthly meetings. These meetings provide a forum to solve problems, complain and laugh with other people who "get it." Activities are open to families regardless of where their child is treated.

Occasional guest speakers cover topics such as developments in research, helping your child through the school system and maintaining normal family life. English-Spanish translators attend each meeting.

For more information, e-mail

Page updated: December 7th, 2016