Cancer Support Now, Inc

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For support and information call our Helpline at 505-255-0405 or 855-955-3500. All CSN support services are free.

We live in a community where no one has to go through cancer alone, whether as survivor or caregiver, whatever their needs may be. View Our Mission Statement

We are a community of survivors reaching out, supporting, educating and assisting survivors, their loved ones and caregivers.

02/23/2016: Cancer Thriving and Surviving Workshop

February 23 thru March 29 (2/23, 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, and 3/29), 1:00 - 3:30 PM. It's free.

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03/05/2016: Fifth Annual Living With & Beyond Cancer Conference

March 5, 2016 8:30am-4:30pm, Central United Methodist Church in Albuquerque. It's free.

Go to Conferences Page for more info and online registration.

Newsletter for Feburary 2016 is available. Check Reports page for detail.

I'VE SURVIVED CANCER... NOW WHAT? check out fact sheet.

Past Events:

Autumn Social Event Games, Fun, Food (11/15/2015) view flyer

Caring for the Cancer Caregiver Workshop (10/24/2015, 11/07/2015)view flyer view flyer2

Caring for the Breast Cancer Caregiver (09/11/2015)view flyer

6th Annual Cancer Survivors Picnic (08/09/2015)view flyer

Fourth Annual Long-Term Effects of Cancer Survivorship Conference (03/28/2015)view flyer

Community cancer support advocates/navigators training(02/15/2015)view flyer

Caregiver and Peer Support Facilitator Training(01/22/2015 & 01/23/2015)view flyer

Support Group Facilitator Training(09/13/2014 & 09/20/2014)view flyer

5th Annual Cancer Survivor Picnic(07/26/2014) view flyer
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CSN, Cancer Survivors Offering Support

We offer our presence, a presence that listens without judgement, a presence that is comfortable with silence, tears and laughter, a presence that offers encouragement. Support is just that - - being there, listening attentively, accepting moments of silence, tears and laughter, encouraging without judgement. What is the gift we have to offer a support person ? We have a personal experience of cancer -- we understand and we are not afraid to be there to listen.