With one mission and four ways to connect, we are creating more access and even more hope in metro Detroit.

Royal Oak
Gilda’s Clubhouse

For more than 20 years, our signature Clubhouse in Royal Oak has been home to support, education and wellness programming. Children, men and women find an embrace to carry them from diagnosis through recovery. With more than 140 monthly programs, Gilda’s Club holds steadfast that no one faces cancer alone. We also know that convenience is key when facing the complexities of a diagnosis. Gilda’s Club now has programming on the east side in St. Clair Shores and in Beaumont Cancer Centers in Dearborn and Farmington Hills.

3517 Rochester Rd.
Royal Oak, MI 48073
Phone: 248-577-0800

St. Clair Shores
Gilda’s Lake House

Rooted in the Gilda’s Club mission, The Lake House location came under out Gilda’s umbrella in April, 2019. Workshops, support groups and healthy lifestyle will remain a constant for our eastside families.

23500 Pare St. Suite 1
St. Clair Shores, MI 48080
Phone: 586-777-7761

Gilda’s @ Durfee

In March of 2020 our dream of being in Detroit came true. We opened a location in the Durfee Innovation Society, which is a hub for nonprofit organizations that strive to provide wrap-around services for the Detroit Community. We are humbled to be able to add Cancer Support to their services.

2470 Collingwood St.
Rooms 118 & 120
Detroit, MI 48206
Phone: 313-356-7600

Gilda’s Virtual Community

When the pandemic hit in March of 2020, our physical doors closed for the first time in more than 20 years. However, when one door closes, another one opens they say. Overnight, we opened doors to Gilda’s Virtual Community. We started with our support groups and were quick to add all of the healthy lifestyle workshops, education presentations and social programs we know our members love. We are proud to offer more than 40 programs a week in our virtual community, ensuring everyone has access to our entire Gilda’s Club program, from the comfort of their own homes.

Our virtual community has shown us that community is stronger than cancer. Even in a time where we cannot physically be together, the connection of community is so important as people feel the impact of cancer.

3517 Rochester Road Royal Oak, MI 48073
Monday - Thursday: 10-8 p.m. Saturday 12-3 p.m.