Who We Help
- Children and adolescents coping with cancer
- Children and adolescents who have a loved one with cancer
- Children and adolescents who have lost a loved one to cancer
We are also available to consult with health care and school professionals as well as parents of children and adolescents coping with cancer.
How We Help
One-on-one time, in person or over the phone for residents of New York and New Jersey, with a professional oncology social worker who helps children, adolescents and parents find ways of coping with cancer.
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Our staff of oncology social workers provide guidance, information and resources to help better cope with cancer.
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Connect with other children, adolescents and parents to share experiences and support each other.
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Twice a year, CancerCare for Kids host programs to help families affected by cancer. If you live in the New York tri-state area, you may be eligible to participate in the Back-to-School or Winter Warmth Program.
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Our free publications provide easy-to-read information on cancer-related topics. CancerCare Connect Education Workshops give you the most up-to-date cancer information from top experts.
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CancerCare provides limited financial assistance to eligible individuals to help cover cancer-related costs like transportation to and from treatment, home care and child care.
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CancerCare hosts family events throughout the year. Connect with other children, adolescents and parents while enjoying therapeutic and fun activities.
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To learn more about CancerCare for Kids and our services for children and their families, please call our Hopeline at 800-813-4673.