For Caregivers

Cancer doesn’t only affect the person with cancer; it affects the lives of the people who surround them as well. Whether you're a caregiver to your child or partner, a family member or a loved one, we provide emotional support and other resources for you.

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Nancy's List

A non-profit foundation serving the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of persons living with cancer and those who love and care for them. Nancy’s List supports persons who are living

Children's Brain Tumor Foundation

Provides family and community support throughout the brain tumor journey.

Livestrong Prescription Discount Card

With so many things to worry about while battling cancer, paying for your prescriptions shouldn't be one of them. We've partnered with Glic Health to help.

Okizu Organization

Okizu offers several free camps for children and families affected by childhood cancers. The camps are centered around relationship building between peers and recreational activities. Each camp has


Movember works on behalf of men to support and promote awareness and education, survivorship and research. Movember raises funds and awareness globally by getting men to grow moustaches as part of a

Family Caregiver Alliance

Whether you're trying to work out a care plan for your aging parents with  your siblings, or searching online for the latest app to assist you with your ill spouse's medication reminders, FCA's

Telling Kids About Cancer

Telling Kids About Cancer is a support tool for parents. Telling children about a cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming for any parent. This tool will support you every step of the way. - Caregivers and Family

A cancer diagnosis affects close friends and family too. Find out what to expect if you become a caregiver for a person with cancer, and get tips for making sure that you take care of yourself as well - When Your Child Has Cancer

The diagnosis of cancer in a child or teenager can be a devastating blow to parents and other family members who love the child. Cancer creates an instant crisis in the family. Here we provide - Young Adults Caring for a Parent with Cancer

If your parent has cancer, you may feel torn between establishing yourself in the world and helping your parent. Caregiving can be a rewarding way to reconnect with parents. It may also limit your - Tips for Caregiving

Caregiving often involves different types of support and tasks, which can be overwhelming. There are several ways to help manage all the duties of a caregiver to help you provide effective care. - Providing Care at Home

Home care involves professional health care and supportive services given at home for people who need help. A person may need home care during specific times to recover from surgery or a long hospital - Caregiving at the Hospital

As a caregiver, you may feel overwhelmed by caring for someone at the hospital. In addition to compassion and concern for the person you care for, you may have stressful or negative feelings. You may - How Caregivers Can Take Care of Themselves

One of the most important—but often forgotten—tasks for caregivers is caring for themselves. A caregiver's physical, emotional, and mental health is vital to the well-being of the person who has

Cancer Support Community - Remember Your Needs

It is not selfish to think about yourself. In fact, it is important that you do so. Caring for yourself is a necessary part of being a caregiver.