Explore an array of empowering resources, designed to guide you through the challenging journey of cancer while also nurturing your mental and emotional health.
The American Cancer Society provides a wide variety of services from emotional support to the latest cancer information for those who have been touched by cancer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
CanCare provides hope and healing to the cancer community by ensuring anyone facing cancer can have a survivor by their side. Volunteers trained to walk alongside those facing cancer as they navigate treatment and the life changes that come with a cancer diagnosis
Cancer Support Community (CSC) is a nonprofit network which provides social and emotional support and administers a toll-free helpline with educational resources for cancer patients and their families, friends, and caregivers.
The LIVESTRONG Foundation provides free, personalized cancer navigation services to patients, caregivers and providers. Patient navigators can provide assistance with managing medical expenses and insurance challenges, fertility preservation, understanding treatment options, and accessing emotional support.
The Leukemia Lymphoma Foundation (LLS) is the world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer. LLS provides free information and support services to patients and their families.
Mental Health America of Greater Houston is the area’s longest-serving mental health education and advocacy organization focused on shaping the mental health of people and communities in the areas of children and education, integrated health care, veterans, and community education
The Reconstruct A Survivor provides support groups and life coaching for emotional healing for cancer survivors and patients. Reach out and help other women experiencing the effects of breast cancer and support them.
The Rose, from mammograms to biopsies to treatment, The Rose excels in advanced digital imaging, mobile mammography, patient navigation, and medical excellence. Since its launch in 1986, The Rose has served nearly 800,000 patients and is now the leading nonprofit breast health care organization in southeast Texas.
We began our first support group for widowed parents in 2010, and have been running them ever since. The opportunity to connect with - and support - other parents has been instrumental in their healing and moving forward with their lives.
The Young Survival Coalition, Face 2 Face networks are local, in-person support groups for young adults affected by breast cancer and in-person support groups for co-survivors. They provide support and resources for young adults at all stages of a breast cancer diagnosis, treatment or recovery to support, empower and learn from each other. To get started, find the nearest F2F group can be located through their Facebook group
We want you to take a moment to recognize the incredible strength within our caregivers. Your unwavering dedication to your loved one's well-being during their battle with cancer is a true testament to your remarkable character. In this role, you are not just a caregiver; you are a source of comfort, a pillar of strength, and a beacon of hope.
Remember that self-care is not a luxury, but a necessity. Just as you tirelessly care for your loved one, it's important to care for yourself too. Your well-being matters just as much, and by taking moments to recharge, you'll be better equipped to continue your incredible support. Reach out to your support network.
Stay resilient, stay hopeful, and know that you are making a profound difference in the life of someone you deeply care for. We have resources below to assist with education, support and more!