Ovarian cancer survivor trained as peer mentor volunteer as part of pilot program with Stanford Health Care.
Our communities of support have made a challenging year better, creating hope for cancer patients and the people who love them.
There’s power in numbers and comfort in details – while many aspects of a cancer journey are shared, each survivor or caregiver’s individual journey is uniquely their own.
Neither rain nor cancelled events can stop hope.
Navigating the ups, downs and new-normal of the holiday season can be challenging for people facing cancer. Our survivor volunteers have tips.
In 1980, there were no social service agencies or nonprofits providing one-on-one peer support for cancer patients. Since those early days, the organization has provided support for more than 50,000 patients, caregivers, and survivors in search of hope.
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Cancer Hope Network provides free one-on-one emotional support to adult cancer patients and their loved ones. Each of CHN’s 400+ volunteers is at least one year post-treatment or successfully undergoing maintenance therapies. They have faced more than 80 cancer types and speak 15 languages. Our volunteers offer support from diagnosis, through treatment and into recovery.
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