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Support for Families & Caregivers

Cancer Support Resources in Washington DC

For Kids Whose Parents Have Been Diagnosed with Cancer:

For Caregivers:

For Young Adults:

For Individuals Diagnosed with Cancer:

A wealth of organizations provide support and education. Talk to your oncology social worker at (202) 741-2218, navigator or nurse to find about organizations that may be helpful to you.

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  • very helpful and comforting. I was able to get a little more organized and gained a good understanding of what I need to do.

  • extremely helpful. After a long time and being a multi-cancer survivor this program opened up my life again. This program has caused me to reach out even more for what I need to go forward. Thank you.

  • very informative. You really care about the patients. It’s obvious!

  • another part of the continuum of excellent care I’ve received over the course of my breast cancer treatment. Doctors, nurse practitioners, and all staff are knowledgeable and supportive.

  • informative, helpful, not scary or overly intrusive. Responsive to my questions and friendly!!

  • exceptional. I was able to talk about my concerns. The team was very personal. They gave me helpful guidelines for my diet. I think every survivor should participate.