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We are currently at capacity for our 2021 nine-month program, but are accepting sign-ups for our "2 month mini" program.  Click the buttons below to join us!  

Our theme this year is DREAMGIRLS - You've got the best of my love!  Three amazing runway shows October 22nd - 23rd at the Jefferson Performing Arts Center with a MOTOWN theme.

YOU NIGHT HELPS WOMEN EMBRACE LIFE BEYOND CANCER.

You Night is an alternative to traditional support groups.  We offer various programs that teach cancer survivors how to overcome the physical and psychological challenges of cancer treatment through teamwork, coaching, and strong interpersonal support from a network of other survivors.


The program prepares women for life after any type of cancer by re-building self esteem, and gaining appreciation for their own bodies, and a joy for living – all through structured group experiences.  There are many ways that women who have had cancer can join this powerful sisterhood. 

We help women find their strength, purpose and passion so that they can pay it forward to others.

Meet You Night Founder Lisa McKenzie, 

Astella's Oncology 2020 c3Prize winner and Creator of You Night's new Story Healing Experience.  

  • Tickets on sale now - You Night New Orleans Friday, Oct. 22nd
    Oct 22, 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM CDT
    Metairie, 6400 Airline Dr, Metairie, LA 70003, USA
    Join us for You Night New Orleans 2021! It's a Motown themed celebration at Jefferson Performing Arts Center!
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  • Save the date!  You Night St Tammany
    Oct 23, 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM CDT
    Metairie, 6400 Airline Dr, Metairie, LA 70003, USA
    Join us for You Night St Tammany 2021! It's a Motown themed celebration at Jefferson Performing Arts Center! Tickets will be on sale starting March 31st
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We rise by lifting others.

According to a new study, cancer survivors with good social support networks seem to live longer and have a lower risk of their cancer returning.​  Women with few social connections had a 43 percent higher risk of cancer returning, compared to well-connected women, the researchers found.  (link to study)

 

"Women who are involved in socially active support groups have better health outcomes"

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