Of all the services provided by the American Cancer Society, patient services touch the lives and hearts of cancer patients and their families the most. The American Cancer Society is the first place people call for resources, information and guidance on cancer, as well as practical help from someone who listens.
A phone call away on the American Cancer Society's 1-800-ACS-2345 helpline are trained cancer information specialists who provide accurate, up-to-date information seven days a week, 24 hours a day. It's a direct line to available cancer support programs, community services, and one-on-one assistance.
The American Cancer Society's comprehensive patient services programs help with the emotional, physical and psychological needs associated with cancer. Call us to request more information on how you can benefit from any of the programs listed below.
Man To Man is an educational and support program that helps men and their families cope with prostate cancer. Man To Man provides a confidential forum that encourages men and their families to discuss their concerns openly and honestly.
I Can Cope is a series of educational classes for people with cancer, their families and friends. Facing cancer has many challenges, and this American Cancer Society program offers information on treatments and side effects to help patients make informed decisions. I Can Cope provides support in learning to cope with cancer.
Look Good...Feel Better helps to restore the emotional balance of cancer patients who may have experienced the physical changes that can occur as a result of cancer treatments. Professional cosmetologists and hair stylists offer advice and tips for coping with hair loss and skin changes.
Your American Cancer Society provides support for women dealing with the emotional and physical effects of breast cancer. Volunteers visit breast cancer patients answering questions and sharing their own personal experiences. Early support is also available for women who have detected a breast lump. Reach To Recovery volunteers are positive role models for patients.
Getting to cancer treatments can be a great challenge especially for our senior population in Florida. The American Cancer Society's Road To Recovery volunteers are drivers who transport cancer patients to and from treatments.
The American Cancer Society makes a difference in the lives of people with cancer. If you would like to make a difference and help the American Cancer Society fight cancer through its lifesaving educational programs, support services and research, please contact your local office or your American Cancer Society Planned Giving Officer.
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