Cancer Support Resources That You Might Not Know Exist
Knowing that you have cancer is a life changing experience. The process of being treated can be draining. I’ve been blessed to have a great support network of family and friends but patients may have needs that cannot be met by their support system. For many, being treated creates a whole new set of problems.
Will I be able to work and provide for my family?
How will I get to my cancer treatments?
Who will take care of my kids?
In this video, I share a variety of cancer resources that you can add to your system of support if needed. From financial support, transportation assistance, and childcare, there are organizations that can offer help for those who need it.
My list will be very helpful but it is not comprehensive. If you are aware of an organization that should be on the list, please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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