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|National Resource||211 Program - United Way|
|The 2-1-1 United Way Program allows for one easy-to-remember telephone number, 211, that connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities, where available. Each community's 2-1-1 is individually run and each maintains its own databases of community resources. However, while specific services vary from community to ...|
|2bMe is the online, non-medical component of Look Good...Feel Better for Teens. Designed for teen BOYS AND GIRLS with cancer between ages 13 through 17, it provides information on a wide range of possible appearance-related, social and nutritional side effects of treatment. While sessions for Look Good...Feel Better for Teens are offered in ...|
AABB sets standards, inspects, and accredits blood collection and transfusion facilities, and provides continuing education through programs and newsletters.
The AABB Web site includes:
• Blood bank locator
• General information on blood, blood donation, cellular therapies and transfusions
• A list of publications, audio tapes, and video ...
|National Resource||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics|
|The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. The Academy serves the public by promoting nutrition, health, and well-being. Academy services via the Web site: • Information: Healthy Weight, Food & Nutrition Topics, Diseases, Allergies & Health Conditions, Children's Health, ...|
|National Resource||Action for Healthy Kids|
Action for Healthy Kids is a national nonprofit organization that addresses the epidemic of overweight, sedentary and undernourished youth by focusing on changes in schools. With the support of nearly 60 national organizations (including American Cancer Society), Action for Healthy Kids’ grassroots network of volunteer Teams engages diverse ...
|National Resource||Adult Cancer Survivor Retreats and Adventures|
|The organizations listed below provide experiences, such as retreats or adventure trips, to adult cancer patients and survivors. Each organization has its own criteria for selection, and some may have waiting lists. If you are interested in such a program, check to see if the case meets eligibility requirements and if the program has the services ...|
|National Resource||After Breast Cancer Diagnosis (ABCD)|
Provides one-to-one customized support to people impacted by breast cancer through it's mentor program. ABCD mentors are trained volunteers who have experienced breast cancer personally. Their support for those with breast cancer is personalized: it is provided by someone with a similar demographic and clinical background, at a convenient time, ...
|National Resource||America's Blood Centers (ABC)|
|America's Blood Centers (ABC) is an international network of local, non-profit, community blood centers and the nation's largest provider of blood products and services. As a national network of nonprofit, community blood centers, ABCs are located in 45 states and Canada. ABC members are licensed and regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug ...
|National Resource||American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)|
The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) is a professional organization representing virtually all practicing dermatologists in the United States and Canada.
• Information on skin conditions and skin cancer
• Public Education/Community Programs
• Find Free skin cancer screening and board certified dermatologist near you online
• A ...
|National Resource||American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)|
|The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), dedicated solely to primary care, represents physicians and medical students nationwide. The AAFP maintains a Web site, http://familydoctor.org, where patient health information on a variety of health topics is available, some in Spanish.|
Resources with are provided by the American Cancer Society.