5 Ways We Can Help
“You have breast cancer.” These four words can change your life, forcing you to face many complex medical, emotional, legal and financial challenges. For over 25 years, we have been helping people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and their loved ones and we can help you too.
Use our Guides to UnderstandingWe have a library of Guides to Understanding that address many of the practical and emotional concerns of a breast cancer diagnosis. Each guide provides detailed information that has been reviewed by experts, plus tips, lists and resources to help you and your loved ones. Download or request a printed copy today.
Reach out to our Breast Cancer HelplineWhen you're ready to talk, we're ready to listen. Our Breast Cancer Helpline connects you to a trained volunteer who has been diagnosed with breast cancer for emotional support, guidance and hope. Whether you are recently diagnosed, years beyond treatment, living with metastatic breast cancer, or a loved one - you are not alone, we’re here to help. Learn more about the Breast Cancer Helpline.
Participate in an Educational ProgramGet the information you need in the way you want it. We provide lots of opportunities for you to learn about your breast cancer and its effects. Our programs feature leading experts in the field as well as other people with breast cancer. View a list of upcoming programs or download resources from past programs.
Read our Blog for Inspiring and Empowering Stories Sometimes it helps to read the stories of others to remind yourself that you are not alone. Whether you’re newly diagnosed, years beyond treatment or living with metastatic breast cancer, you’ll find stories you can relate to here. Check out our blog.
Download our Free 10 Tips For Getting Good SupportGet a free copy of our tips for getting the support you need from friends and loved ones. Keep this helpful list handy in your journal, on your phone or wherever you’ll see it. Download the list.