Looking for more help? Here are some resources that might provide the support you need.

General Cancer Information and Support

American Cancer Society
Cancer information, answers and hope

Counseling, support groups, education and financial assistance

American Society of Clinical Oncologists providing information on cancer, care, emotions and research

Cancer Support Community
Information and support for living with cancer

Cure Magazine
Patient-focused cancer information, updates and inspiration

National Cancer Institute
Cancer research and information

National Coalition of Cancer Survivorship
Advocating for quality care for all people touched by cancer


Peer Support Networks

Cancer Hope Network
One-on-one support for adults impacted by cancer

Imerman Angels
Free personalized one-on-one support for cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers

Stupid Cancer
The leader in young adult cancer advocacy, research, support and education


Sites Specific to a Type of Cancer

Colon Cancer Foundation
Information, resources and support for prevention and care of colon cancer

Clearity Foundation
Individualized, free, treatment decision and psychosocial support for women with ovarian cancer and their loving caregivers.

Education and advocacy for reconstruction options after mastectomy

Helping men with cancer learn to better cope with their disease through fly fishing

International Myeloma Foundation
Information and support for patients and caregivers, including extensive resources and research

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Information and resources about blood cancers

Living Beyond Breast Cancer
Information and support for breast cancer patients

Lung Cancer Research Foundation
Information on lung cancer education, support and research

Education and support for lung cancer patients

Melanoma Research Foundation
Information, support and connections to research and care for melanoma and other skin cancers

Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
Information, financial and psycho-social support and connections for myeloma patients

National Leiomyosarcoma Foundation
Education, advocacy, support, and research for the LMS Community

Support for women facing breast or ovarian cancer

Free psychosocial support and resources to those impacted by breast or ovarian cancers

Us Too
Information, educational resources and support services for men with prostate cancer

Woman to Woman
Peer support program for women with gynecologic cancers

Other Helpful Resources

A Fresh Chapter
Empowering men and women to step beyond the level of cancer patient, survivor or caregiver while giving back to communities at home and abroad
Information and tools to help make sound financial decisions before, during, and after cancer treatment.

Elephants and Tea
Helping adolescent and young adult (AYA) patients, survivors, and caregivers know they are not alone in their experience with cancer.

Moving For Life
Free and low cost dance exercise classes for anyone affected by cancer or aging.

Nancy’s List
Resources, activities and stories supporting the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of persons living with cancer, and those who love and care for them.

Needy Meds
Information on programs designed to help those with financial difficulty pay for meds

The Sam Fund
Direct financial assistance and free online support and education to help young adults move forward with their lives after cancer.

Well Again
Inspired coaching through cancer treatment and beyond

Social Media Resources

Social network dedicated to patients, survivors, and family members seeking help, sharing stories, and finding knowledge and guidance by connecting with others.

I Had Cancer
An online support community that empowers people to take control of life before, during and after cancer

My Care Crew
An app-based tool for coordinating care and support between patients and loving supporters.

2 thoughts on “Resources”

  1. I am a retired family physician. I had lymphoma, recently NED. I initiated a grant at my oncologist to make mental health evaluation and treatment easily available for cancer patients. It must be part of the treatment plan. I am interested in becoming involved with organizations such as this. Please contact me if there is some way this can happen,
    Janis Rubin, M.D.

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