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Going through a medical crisis is hard enough on its own. Combine that strain with being a young adult
whose friends may be struggling to relate to an illness and, man, it’s a tough spot to be in.
Vita (/ˈvītə,ˈvē-/) noun: life, a brief biography
Collective (/kəˈlektiv/) adjective: done by people acting as a group
We are a social group of adolescents and young adults (AYA), ages 18-26, with medical conditions that weaken immune systems put by young adults in the same situation. Side by side, we share empathetic relationships in a fun and casual environment. Vita Collective hosts typical social experiences such as game nights, yoga and grill outs as a program of Children’s Healing Center and AYA Movement. We continuously develop a close-knit community of young adults doing life together.
To learn more or find out when our next program is, click below to email our group leader Janna.