Cancer Care Services supports cancer patients, cares for caregivers, and empowers survivors to reduce the impact of cancer in Tarrant County.
We actively seek to promote access, equity, and inclusiveness; and to stand against discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, religion, or any factors that deny the humanity of all people.
Cancer Care Services’ policies reflect the principle that organizational performance is greatly enhanced when people with different backgrounds and perspectives are engaged in an organization’s activities and decision-making process.
First ratified by the Board of Directors in 2010, this statement was updated and re-approved in 2018. We welcome your input and participation as we continue to fulfill our mission.
Please share your thoughts with us by emailing James Earl, Director of Outreach and Health Equity.
In 1946, the mission and history of Cancer Care Services began with a group of Fort Worth physicians. These leaders observed that many low-income cancer patients faced financial and practical challenges.
Cancer Care Services uses a social work navigation model to reduce disparities and distress in our community. Cancer Care offers financial, emotional, and educational resources to improve patient access to care and the efforts of healthcare professionals. Together we can support our community’s ability to care for patients and their families. Your help = hope for those impacted by cancer!