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LOCAL & NATIONAL RESOURCES
There are organizations all over the country that
can provide information and support during
your cancer journey and beyond.
Start here to find resources in your area.
There are organizations and companies that help people with cancer and their families. There are also co-payment organizations and patient assistance programs that help individuals who cannot afford the cost of medications.
There are many organizations who provide multiple supportive services for families who have a child battling cancer. Multi-services include family events, clothing support, food support, and other necessities. Click below to find what's right for you.
Summer camps, week-long retreats, or weekend gatherings can be a wonderful way for children, adults, and families to come together to experience new adventures, find support, and learn something new about themselves. Find camps for your child here.
Cancer can make you feel lonely, scared and distressed. Counseling, support groups, patient-to-patient networks and other kinds of support are available to help you cope with such emotions. Find emotional support resources here.
Organizations exist to support the basic necessities during a pediatric cancer diagnoses such as food, childcare, household items, wigs, technology donations and other supportive efforts to decrease the stress of your cancer journey.
YOUNG ADULT SUPPORT
For young adults battling cancer, organizations exist to provide various support during your cancer journey. Click below to learn more about resources available to young adults in your community, as well as surrounding communities.
Is your child in need of academic resources due to missing school while in treatment or due to side-effects from treatment? Learn about scholarship assistance to cancer survivors who plan to continue their education journey here.
TRAVEL & LODGING SUPPORT
There are many organizations who offer free air transportation to medical appointments as well as lodging assistance for families affected by pediatric cancer. Learn about transportation and lodging support here.
The intention of this section is to offer a variety of resources specific to supporting families who have a child battling cancer during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. We will do our best to categorize and add as many resources as we can over the coming weeks.
Know of an additional resource we should add to our Resource List? Let us know about it!
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