The Wellness Community - Eatontown, Monmouth County Location

613 Hope Road (Victoria Commons)

Eatontown, NJ 07724

(732) 578-9200


All programs are offered free of charge to people affected by cancer, must call 732-578-9200 to register.

EATONTOWN, NJ - The mission of The Wellness Community is to help people affected by cancer enhance their health and well-being through participation in professional programs of emotional support, education, and hope.

Special Programs:

Organic Gardening: Planning & Planting

Thursday, March 24th 2:30 - 3:30 pm

Wendy Weiner, The Front Yard Farmer, shares her expertise in organic vegetable gardening. Join us as we learn to make a connection to the earth and experience the satisfaction of growing our own food. Bring your gardening questions.

Lunch & Learn How to Reinvent Yourself with Your Own Style

Wednesday, April 6th 12:30 - 1:30 pm

Professional Stylist, Stacy Gemma, of Stacy Gemma Everywhere, talks about how to reinvent personal style as a way to boost self-confidence. Stacy focuses on key pieces needed in everyone’s closet, getting organized & staying organized, and the positive impact of looking good and feeling comfortable. Lunch will be provided.

April Dates:

April 4

Exercise for Strength 10 am

Yoga 11:15 am

Relaxation & Guided Imagery 12:30 pm

Bereavement Support Group 6 pm


April 5

Healthy Weight/Healthy Lifestyle Support Group10:30 am

Yoga 7 pm


April 6

Beading Buddies 11 am

Lunch & Learn: How to Reinvent Yourself with Your Own Style 12:30 pm

Newcomers Orientation 2 pm

Laughter Club 5:30 pm

Nutrition Education with Anne VanMeerbeke, RD Weight Matters 6:30 pm


April 7

Creative Writing 9:45 am

Yoga 11 am

Qi Gong 1 pm

Weekly Group 4 pm



Newcomers Orientation

Welcome to Wellness:

These informal meetings provide an opportunity for individuals with cancer, family members and friends to learn more about The Wellness Community and the free programs we offer.


Support Groups
Lung Cancer, Breast Cancer, Breast and Gynecologic Cancers, Leukemia, Lymphoma and Myeloma Cancers (Co-sponsored by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society), Living Beyond Cancer, and Prostate Cancer.  A bi-monthly Family & Friends Networking Group is also available.


Participant Group

On-going, committed weekly group where adults with cancer can offer support to one another and explore new ways of coping with the challenges of cancer and enhance the quality of their lives.
A brief interview is necessary before joining this group.

All groups are facilitated by licensed professionals.