Organization: Mission4Maureen

Mission4Maureen provides financial assistance to families who are burdened by the staggering cost of brain cancer treatment.

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Organization: Team Continuum

Team Continuum is all about the here and now: the care, not the cure. We help people and families living with a cancer diagnosis today by providing immediate and vital assistance; both practical and personal. We pay their household expenses. We offer friendship and moral support. We fund health facilities to enhance the delivery of patient care, communications and educational services. We do everything in our power (and bank account) to minimize the burdens of everyday life so they can focus less on stress and more on getting better.

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Organization: Clayton Dabney - For Kids With Caner

The Clayton Dabney Foundation for Kids with Cancer provides needy families, with children in the last stages of terminal cancer, assistance in creating everlasting memories.

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Organization: Brenda Mehling Fund

The Brenda Mehling Cancer Fund (BMCF) supports patients ages 18-40 as they undergo cancer treatment. It provides services to meet daily needs that are not covered by insurance. Typical grants cover $500 worth of medical co-payments, rent and mortgage, transportation, car insurance, repairs, and groceries.

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Organization: Clayton Dabney - For Kids With Caner

The Clayton Dabney Foundation for Kids with Cancer provides needy families, with children in the last stages of terminal cancer, assistance in creating everlasting memories.

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Organization: Children with Hair Loss

Children With Hair Loss was created as a resource for ALL CHILDREN who have medically-related hair loss. It is our mission to empower these children to become whole again by making hair replacement available to those who may be financially challenged and might otherwise not have a means of obtaining the hair they want and need.

Art and Healing Group

Organization: Skagit Regional Health

Our knowledgeable instructor Margaret Carpenter Arnett, BSN, ATR, has been doing art therapy with cancer patients for more than 20 years. Creating art can promote healing by reducing anxiety and stress and improving emotional well-being. It is a great opportunity to process and integrate the challenges of serious illness and treatment. Please note that artistic 'skills' are not required!

Art Healing for Cancer Patients

Organization: Island Hospital

Support groups give you an opportunity to meet and talk with others who are dealing with a similar condition and can be a valuable resource to the patient and their care-givers. This one uses art as a healing process. Pre-registration required. This group meets on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays from 1-3 pm in the Merle Cancer Care Center Conference Room.

Art Therapy for Cancer Patients

Organization: Kalispell Regional Medical Center

Art therapy uses the creative process of art-making to improve and enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals of all ages. Kalispell Regional Healthcare offers small-group art therapy sessions led by a registered art therapist and licensed clinical counselor. Patients who have been diagnosed, treated (or are undergoing treatment) with surgery, chemotherapy and/or radiation for cancer in the past year are welcome to join the sessions. Groups of 10 people will participate weekly from 9:00am to 11:00am on Fridays for 5 consecutive weeks. Classes are held in the Radiation Oncology Conference Room at 343 Sunnyview Lane.

Art Therapy: An Approach for Healing

Organization: Swedish Cancer Institute

Art therapy is a confidential, supportive and individualized experience for visually and verbally examining health issues through self-exploration. Prior art experience is not a requirement. Appointment necessary. Available to any community members.

Artists in Residence

Organization: Saint Alphonsus Health System

The Cancer Care Center has rotating Artists in Residence providing hours of art creation for patients and their loved ones. Many patients find making art a positive distraction from the difficulty of dealing with cancer treatment. Our program is made available by a generous grant from the LIVESTRONG Foundation.

ArtVenture - Providence Alaska Medical Center

Organization: Let Every Woman Know

Experience one of ArtVenture's many workshops and discover a new creative potential that lies within you. Each workshop is lead by professional artist instructors. Imagine your creative force moving while manifesting into a force that flows freely. Bring forth the artist in you with support and encouragement of the ArtVenture Healing Arts Program--let your spirit flow free.

Asante Support Groups

Organization: Samaritan Health Services

Often cancer patients find comfort in company. It helps to share with others who are experiencing similar feelings, and that's why we encourage you to connect with support groups in our community. Call for a list of active support groups.


Organization: Mesothelioma Center

The Asbestos resource offers help and hope to families affected by mesothelioma. They have created the most extensive Mesothelioma support and information source online. Their organization provides free informational books, packets and a Patient Advocacy program that works 1-on-1 with individuals to help them find local doctors, treatment centers and support groups. Their website is also HON (Health on the Net) Certified and all of the information and services we provide are completely free of charge.

Asian Pacific Islander Cancer Education Materials Tool

Organization: American Cancer Society

Use this search tool to find cancer information in Asian or Pacific Islander languages. These materials have been screened by the contributing organizations/programs for medical accuracy and cultural relevance. The contributors remain solely responsible for the content of their materials. All materials remain copyrighted and property of the contributors providing them.

Ask a Career Coach

Organization: Cancer and Careers

Get answers from Cancer and Careers' professional career coaches by starting a discussion. Or, read posts from your peers on topics like planning, communication strategies and career change.

Ask A Genetic Counselor

Organization: Bright Pink

Meeting with a genetic counselor face-to-face can feel like a big move. We've created an in-between step where you can ask a certified genetic counselor a specific question to help you start your risk assessment journey.

Ask an Expert

Organization: Hairy Cell Leukemia Foundation

Do you have a question about hairy cell leukemia? We have assembled the worlds leading clinicians and researchers in hairy cell leukemia through our Centers of Excellence and they are available to respond to your questions. Fill out the contact form below and submit your inquiry to our experts. Your question will be answered via email as quickly as possible.

Ask an Expert

Organization: Hospice Foundation of America

Ask HFA provides confidential guidance to patients, families and other interested parties regarding care at the end of life. We have answered thousands of inquiries and have categorized some of the more frequently asked questions (FAQ). If you require more detailed information or a personalized answer, fill out the form below. We will try to respond to your inquiry within 24 hours.This form should not be used for any emergency medical situation or time-sensitive need.

Ask Dr. Durie

Organization: International Myeloma Foundation

IMF Chairman and Co-Founder Brian G.M. Durie, MD welcomes your questions about the latest myeloma treatments, research, controversies and quality of life issues. If you have a question you think might be of interest to the myeloma community, please send to!