We offer programs and services to help our sisters with what they’re going through, many cancer patients are diagnosed each year in this country, and the cancer survivors, as well as their family and friends, will need our help.
We provide information, day-to-day help, and emotional support. And best of all, our help is free.
Counseling, Education & Referrals
Following a cancer diagnosis, healthcare professionals provide a variety of therapies to help women manage their psychosocial distress, but there is no strong evidence-based consensus on which interventions are most successful in lowering distress and enhancing quality of life.
We offer online and phone services as part of intervention program for women with Breast Cancer as well as any other type of Cancers.
Referrals to health care entities for diagnosed individuals
Mental Health / Counseling support
Access to Social Workers
Volunteer Life Coaches
Health Insurance and Health care Navigator
Child Care Support
We inform and recommend to a social worker to assist the survivors with a community-based intervention in addition to psychotherapy; they offer casework, administer social services organizations and agencies, and work to enhance social systems via different sorts of advocacy.
Some social workers who hold clinical social worker licenses are qualified to make diagnoses, treat mental illnesses, and offer psychotherapy.
We provide survivors, their families, caregivers, and the community with virtual and in-person education, support, and resources. You may learn about cancer screening and prevention, different cancer diagnoses, what to anticipate during treatment, and how to get ready for the many stages of cancer care through live seminars. Professionally run, private, and cost-free sessions are available.
Whenever necessary, we set up individual and group meetings with a life coach. In life coaching, a client collaborates with a coach who is not a healthcare provider to identify obstacles and problematic habits, define objectives, and develop action plans to get the outcomes they want.
The Support groups provide an opportunity for our survivors to share their experiences and feelings with others who are ‘in the same boat’.
Monthly group meetings for survivors and newly diagnosed individuals and their families
Referrals to legal services
House cleaning services
Youth support assistance
We have a specific location where bags or boxes of food are delivered to local residents who are in need. We promise to give meals to people in need and the members of their families.
We partner with the program provided by Adelphi university for all breast cancer survivors to assist them with transportation to their therapy and medical appointments, other survivors suffering from other types of cancer will be assisted by our sister-to-sister help program from Latina Sisters Support.
Transportation to and from clinical visits, treatment and therapy:
Sister support program – volunteers provide transport