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We are the Cancer Support Now community. 

We come from everywhere.

We come in all colors, sizes, shapes and ages. On the surface, we may seem to have nothing in common. Dig a little, and you’ll find that we share a special bond that transcends our wide diversity. Each of us has been affected by cancer. We are survivors and caregivers. Some of us have been cast in both roles. Each of us has a story to tell, and together, our stories form a rich tapestry of caring and support that has been woven together through our connections to Cancer Support Now and to one another.

Donations Appreciated

Please click on link to Donate

 

Cancer Support Now Is Seeking Volunteers 

Available opportunities include:
• Representing Cancer Support Now at a community health fair
• Providing peer support for a person newly diagnosed with cancer and/or for a caregiver of a loved one with cancer
• Assisting with marketing tasks (distributing flyers and newsletters to health clinics, senior centers, and other sites)
• Assisting with the annual Living With & Beyond Cancer Conference
PLEASE CALL THE HELPLINE AT 505-255-0405 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING!

 

Seeking New Board Members

WE ARE SEEKING BOARD MEMBERS. WE ARE A WORKING BOARD MADE UP OF CANCER SURVIVORS AND CAREGIVERS. 

Please contact the Helpline at 255-0405 if you are interested.

Blood Cancer Survivorship

Strategies for Living With and Beyond a Blood Cancer Diagnosis. More info here.

 

Crowdfunding Study Seeking Participants

More info here, link to study website here.

Chronic Disease Self-Management Education Programs

More info here.

Cancer: Thriving and Surviving Program

FREE Workshop.  More info here

OUR MISSION

We are a volunteer community of individuals affected by cancer dedicated to assisting people diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers, so that no one goes through cancer alone. Our services include our helpline, a variety of cancer support groups, one-on-one support, referrals, education, information and training. Our annual spring conferences draw hundreds of survivors and caregivers. 

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