Navigating Cancer

Cancer Care Services’s mission is to provide help and hope to cancer patients, survivors, their families, and their caregivers by providing direct financial, emotional, spiritual, and social programs.

Do you know someone who may need help?

Cancer Care Services provides individualized help through a caring and compassionate team of trained staff and volunteers. Our licensed social workers are eager to connect cancer patients and their caregivers with helpful resources that are available to meet their financial, emotional, social and spiritual needs. These services are provided by Cancer Care Services at no cost, regardless of income. Emotional programs are available for most ages, including children. Some of our kid-focused programs include a summer day camp, play expression/therapy, and various activities.

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Our Resources Stay Local


  • 84%Client Support and Outreach
  • 8%Administration
  • 8%Fundraising


  • 42%Contributions
  • 23%Special & Supporting Events
  • 24%Clinic Services
  • 4%United Way Allocations
  • 7%Other

Ways Our Help Inspires Hope

These life-changing programs are delivered by 10 licensed social workers and 2 registered oncology dietitians and a client activities manager.

*Statistics based on 2015 financial report

Cultivating Heart & Hope

It is normal to become worried, sad, angry, or to feel anxious after learning you have cancer. You may have feelings of loss, and you could be frightened about what the future will bring. These feelings range in intensity from person to person and from one day to the next.

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It's OK to ask for help

Many people find that counseling can help them manage the complications that being a cancer patient can add to life. This is why we offer individual, couples and/or family counseling by a licensed therapist. If you would like to make an appointment, please call us at 817-921-0653.