Related Links We’re ready to assist you. So are these other organizations.

During our over 50 years of service, we’ve noticed that when a person is hurting, compassion comes from various places. Even people who might not give you a thought on a typical day will go out of their way to show honest, genuine concern. We think it’s proof that people are kind-hearted, and that they truly want to help. Helping is our mission at Cancer Family Care. And it’s also the mission of plenty of other dedicated people. Some share our specialty in cancer support services. Some offer a different focus. But because they are compassionate, dedicated professionals, we offer links to their sites here.

American Cancer Society – This is the official Web site of the American Cancer Society. The site provides information on all types of cancer, cancer research, therapy, support groups, and local community resources for cancer patients and their families.

Breast Cancer Fund of Ohio – Ohio residents now can show their support for breast cancer patients and survivors with the Ohio Breast Cancer Awareness license plate.

Cancer Care Inc. – Services include an online support group, referrals, and toll-free counseling line. Also, users will find an extensive list of informational and educational materials.

Cancer Support Community – This organization offers support programs devoted to providing free psychological and emotional support to cancer patients and their families.

Caring Bridge – Where people with cancer can share their experiences.

Corporate Angel Network – Free air transportation for cancer patients needing treatment at an out-of-town clinic.

The Dragonfly Foundation – Bringing comfort and joy to kids and young adults with cancer.

I Have Wings – Breast cancer support organization serving Greater Cincinnati.

National Cancer Institute – National Institute of Health.

Pink Ribbon Girls – Breast cancer site for young women.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure – Komen for the Cure is the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all, and energize science to find the cure.

Triage Cancer – Offers free quick guides, checklists, worksheets and other materials that offer legal and practical education about health insurance, finances and financial toxicity, cancer and work, disability insurance, estate planning and medical decision making, and much more.

Access – Specialized transportation for clients with disabilities of all ages who need curb-to-curb service. Access vehicles are wheelchair accessible.

Air Charity Network – Free airline transportation to hospitals and clinics for patients in need.

Cincinnati Area Senior Services – Provides transportation for those age 60 and over within the city limits. Each vehicle is wheelchair accessible, and drivers can provide help. Information about meals on wheels programs.

Fernside – Center for Grieving Children – Fernside, founded in 1986, is a nonprofit, nondenominational organization serving grieving children and their families.

Warren County United Way – A system of volunteers, contributors, and local charities built on the proven effectiveness of local organizations helping people in their own communities. Warren County United Way is the local membership organization that supports local nonprofit organizations in Warren County, Ohio.