255 Alexander Street
Rochester, NY 14607
A free cancer support community that offers
Call for more information about weekly New Member Meetings
Camp Connect – Camp for adults with cancer.
Camp Open Arms – Summer day camp for children with cancer and their siblings.
1120 Goodman Street South
Rochester, NY 14620
Cancer Information Service – personalized information by telephone, request line for written materials.
4053 Maple St suite 110
Amherst, NY 14226
Eligibility – serves people with Leukemia, Lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, Multiple Myeloma, aplastic anemia, and myelodysplastic syndrome.
Patient Aid Program – grants of $500.00 per year per patient are available to assist with costs of specific treatments, specific medications, transportation, x-rays, HLA typing of bone marrow donors. A list of drugs eligible for reimbursement is available on request.
Support Group (Rochester Area) - for people with multiple myeloma and amyloidosis.
Public Education – regarding leukemia and related blood disorders. Brochures and speakers are available.
Westchester County Airport
1010 Wayne Ave. Fifth Floor
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Mission – believing that everyone with a cancer diagnosis is a cancer survivor, this organization strives to assist survivors with the social, psychological, legal, financial and political impact of cancer.
Activities – quarterly newsletter, national conference, resource and information, lobbying, individual advocacy as needed.
Offers programs for children with cancer/ sickle cell anemia, children who have a parent/ sibling with cancer, children who've lost a parent/ sibling, and adults with cancer.
1332 Pittsford-Mendon Rd
Support programs for school age children and parents:
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