Coping with a cancer diagnosis can be difficult to handle. Counseling is available and can be a useful part of recovery to the person diagnosed with cancer as well as their family members, friends and caregivers.
Cancer Financial Assistance Coalition
A partnership of organizations joining forces to help cancer patients manage their financial challenges.
The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS)
NCCS offers free publications and resources that enables people to become advocates for their own care or the care of others.
In addition to dealing with health issues, you may encounter some legal problems on your route to recovery. You have certain rights that are protected by law, regardless of your diagnosis.
The financial costs of cancer care can be a burden to people diagnosed with cancer, their families, and society as a whole. Browse these resources to learn about financial assistance and insurance programs that may be available to you.
Knowledge is key in the fight against cancer. Empower yourself by increasing your understanding about the disease and it's treatment.
CancerCare provides free professional support services to people whose lives are affected by cancer. Services include individual and group counseling, online and telephone support groups, financial assistance and teleconferences.
National Cancer Institute
The NCI Contact Center is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to answer your questions about cancer, coping, and life after cancer treatment. Cancer Information Specialists can assist those diagnosed with cancer, family members, friends, or anyone who has been touched in some way by the disease.