This section includes general resources for people to learn more about and provide support services for cancer survivorship. Each link provided here will take you to a separate, independent website.
General resources for cancer survivors
The American Institute for Cancer Research promotes research and education about nutrition and lifestyle. The AICR provides a library of resources to help cancer survivors advocate for their health.
Cancer and Careers helps people diagnosed with cancer get back to everyday life after their diagnosis and treatment. This group provides advice in English and Spanish, educational events, and tools to help people create resumes, find jobs, and provide financial assistance.
CancerCare is staffed by oncology social workers offering counseling services, resource navigation, financial assistance, support groups, and more to cancer survivors. Information is available in English and Spanish.
Cancer Financial Assistance Coalition is a searchable website run by a group of different organizations that help people diagnosed with cancer find financial assistance.
Cancer Support Community offers a variety of support programs, including online communities and information for cancer survivors.
Job Accommodation Network offers provides free and confidential guidance on job accommodations and disability employment issues, in the United States and around the world.
Livestrong: Resources for Survivors compiles informational resources for cancer survivors.
The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship is an advocacy organization for cancer survivors that also provides information and resources.
National Cancer Survivors Day is an international celebration for cancer survivors on the first Sunday each June. Events are hosted worldwide to raise issues important for cancer survivors.
The National Cancer Institute's Office of Cancer Survivorship provides resources, information, and funding and grants to cancer survivors and researchers who are studying cancer survivorship.
Other survivorship resources on Cancer.Net
Resources for Older Adults with Cancer
Resources on Cancer Disparities and Health Equity
Resources for LGBTQ+ People with Cancer
Resources for U.S. Veterans with Cancer
Resources for People with Rare Cancers
Online Communities for Support
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