How We Can Help

During this challenging time, we want to highlight resources that could help support you and your loved ones. We've compiled CancerCare services and resources below, as well as reputable organizations for additional information.

Get Support Through Our Hopeline: 800-813-HOPE (4673)

  • Speak with our master’s-prepared oncology social workers who will provide support and resources to help you better cope with cancer, social distancing and the effects of the coronavirus.

    CancerCare Hopeline Hours:
    Monday – Thursday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. EST
    Friday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST

Join a Support Group

  • Support groups provide a meaningful way to connect with others while practicing social distancing.

    We offer online support groups led by oncology social workers. These groups meet through a password-protected message board platform. To join a group, you will need to complete our online registration process. Our online support groups are available to people residing within the United States (including Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories).

    We also offer telephone and virtual support groups that are available to people in various locations. Please see our list for specific geographic requirements.

    View all of our support groups »

Listen to Our Podcast Miniseries

  • We are featuring a five-part miniseries on our podcast, Cancer Out Loud, about the impact of the coronavirus and COVID-19 on the cancer community. With tips from our oncology social workers, the miniseries will cover a wide range of related topics including mindfulness, speaking with your children about the pandemic and social distancing.

    Listen on our website or subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and more.

    View all Cancer Out Loud episodes »

Learn About Our Advocacy Efforts

  • Our advocacy efforts support and improve the lives of people affected by cancer and their loved ones. We are collaborating with many other cancer-related advocacy organizations to ensure that patients and caregivers who are affected by COVID-19 have their needs met.

    Learn more »

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