If you have any questions about what we do, how we can help you, would like to become a member or are interested in volunteer opportunities please fill out the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
No, everything at Cancer Bridges is completely free of charge.
No, family and friends are welcome to join Cancer Bridges. When cancer happens, it happens to the whole family.
Adults, teens, children – and their friends and families – meet to learn how to live with cancer, whatever the outcome. There are a number of other ways to connect with others who understand the effect cancer can have on you or a loved one’s life.
Support groups, lectures, workshops and social activities, and children and teen programming.
Yes, Cancer Bridges has special programming for children and teens who are living with cancer themselves, have family members who are living with cancer or who have lost someone to cancer.
No, Cancer Bridges is for people affected by cancer at any stage or in any way.
We do ask that all people who will be attending different programs become a member. But, you are more than welcome to join a class or two to see if Cancer Bridges is a fit for you before becoming a member.
Absolutely. Family and friends are welcome to become members even if the person who is living with cancer does not want to or cannot join.
No. Cancer Bridges is based on respect for every person’s way of living with cancer.
No. Every member chooses what activities they will participate in at Cancer Bridges. There is no pressure to attend any particular group or activity.
Yes. Cancer Bridges is an essential complement to whatever medical treatment you are undergoing, regardless of your provider.
Yes. Cancer Bridges has a small staff and we rely on the help of our volunteers to keep the activities going. Volunteers help us in many ways, from mailings to data entry to facilitating workshops and lectures.
Yes. You may donate online, send a personal check or pay by credit card over the phone. Donations in any amount are greatly appreciated.
No, we do not provide transportation. However, members network with each other and often secure transportation through other members. Cancer Bridges is also centrally located and close to public transportation. You may also be eligible for ACCESS transportation.
No, we do not offer referrals. Cancer Bridges is not affiliated with any hospital or cancer organization and we do not endorse any particular kind of treatment. Members often discover important information about available resources through networking with other members, attending lectures/workshops, or using our resource library.