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" Project New Image" Donations

 Resources for Cancer Survivors, Families, and Caregivers

 

REGENERATIONS Project: NEW IMAGE (Mastectomy Apparel)

New and Gently used Mastectomy items to donated to underserved breast cancer

survivors to help restore a patient's personal style, body image and self esteem
Donated new and gently used items, Always gratefully accepted

To receive donated items or to donate new or gently used items:

  Contact (209) 827-1960 or Email: regenerationswellness@live.cOM

A Cancer Survivor's Almanac: Charting Your Journey

A Cancer Survivor's Almanac is a comprehensive resource that helps survivors, caregivers, families, and friends following the diagnosis of cancer. The Almanac also lists hundreds of organizations and agencies that offer help regarding specific cancer-related issues. http://www.canceradvocacy.org/resources/publications/

American Alliance of Cancer Pain Initiatives

The American Alliance of Cancer Pain Initiatives is dedicated to promoting cancer pain relief nationwide by supporting the efforts of State Cancer Pain Initiatives. Initiatives and their participants provide education and advocacy to healthcare providers, cancer patients and their families.

http://www.aacpi.org

Madison, Wisconsin
608-265-4013
608-265-4014 (fax)

mebennet@wisc.edu

American Chronic Pain Association

The mission of the ACPA is to facilitate peer support and education for individuals with chronic pain and their families so that these individuals may live more fully in spite of their pain; and to raise awareness among the health care community, policy makers, and the public at large about issues of living with chronic pain.

http://www.theacpa.org

Rocklin, California
916-632-0922
916-632-3208 (fax)

ACPA@pacbell.net

American College of Radiology Mammography

For more than 75 years, the ACR has been a thought leader in the field of radiology, providing its members with vital education, research, scientific information, and advocacy to continually advance the profession and enhance patient care

http://www.acr.org

Reston, Virginia
800-227-6440

American College of Surgeons, Division of Research and Optimal Patient Care

The mission of the American College of Surgeons' Division of Research and Optimal Patient Care is to improve the quality of surgical care by enabling all surgeons to apply the best scientific evidence available in all aspects of their daily practice with respect, compassion, and dignity for all patients.

http://www.facs.org/ropc/index.html

Chicago, Illinois
312-202-5085
312-202-5009 (fax)

coc@facs.org

AMC Cancer Research Center & Foundation

AMC Cancer Research Center is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit research institute dedicated to the prevention and control of cancer and other chronic diseases.

http://www.amc.org
Denver, Colorado- 800-321-1557

American Institute for Cancer Research

AICR is the cancer charity that fosters research on diet and cancer prevention and educates the public about the results.

http://www.aicr.org

Washington, District of Columbia
800-843-8114
202-328-7226 (fax)

aicrweb@aicr.org

American Massage Therapy Association

Find an AMTA massage therapist in your state using their search engine. Numerous specialties are categorized, including lymphatic drainage.

www.amtamassage.org

American Pain Society

The American Pain Society is a multidisciplinary organization of basic and clinical scientists, practicing clinicians, policy analysts, and others. The mission of the American Pain Society is to advance pain-related research, education, treatment and professional practice.

http://www.ampainsoc.org

Glenview, Illinois
847-375-4715
877-734-8758 (fax)

info@ampainsoc.org

American Psychosocial Oncology Society

The American Psychosocial Oncology Society (APOS) operates a toll-free hot line for cancer patients and advocacy organizations to obtain referrals for local counseling and support services throughout the United States.

http://www.apos-society.org/

Charlottesville, Virginia
866-276-7443 (866-APOS4HELP)
434-977-1856 (fax)

info@apos-society.org

American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ASTRO)

ASTRO is the largest radiation oncology society in the world, with more than 8,600 members who specialize in treating patients with radiation therapies. As the leading organization in radiation oncology, biology and physics, the Society is dedicated to the advancement of the practice of radiation oncology by promoting excellence in patient care, providing opportunities for educational and professional development, promoting research and disseminating research results and representing radiation oncology in a rapidly evolving socioeconomic healthcare environment. http://www.astro.org

American Society of Anesthesiologists

The ASA is an educational, research and scientific association of physicians organized to raise and maintain the standards of the medical practice of anesthesiology and improves the care of the patient. Visit the ASA's Patient Education materials on "The Management of Acute, Chronic and Cancer

Pahttp://www.asahq.org

Park Ridge, Illinois
847-825-5586
847-825-1692 (fax)

mail@asahq.org

American Society of Clinical Hypnosis

http://www.asch.net

630-980-4740

Amschwand Sarcoma Cancer Foundation (ASCF)

ACSF was established with the purpose of educating the public about sarcoma cancer, encouraging sarcoma-specific research, and providing tangible support for persons affected by sarcoma.

http://www.sarcomacancer.org/

Houston, Texas
832.367.WISH (9474)

info@sarcomacancer.org

Breast Cancer Action

Breast Cancer Action carries the voices of people affected by breast cancer to inspire and compel the changes necessary to end the breast cancer epidehttp://www.bcaction.org

San Francisco, California
415.243.9301
415.243.3996 (fax)

info@bcaction.org

Breast Cancer.org -Online Resource Guide

Understanding Breast Cancer, Screening and Testing, Types of Breast Cancer ,Your Pathology Report, Popular topics in Treatment & Side Effects, Surgery, Radiation Therapy, Chemotherapy, Complementary Medicine, Nutrition, Arm Lymphedema, Sex and Intimacy, Breast Cancer & Your JobPopular topics in Lower Your Risk, Understanding Risk, Genetics & Breast Cancer Risk, Lowering Risk for EveryonePopular topics in Community Knowledge, Discussion Boards, Chat Rooms, Ask-the-Expert Online Conferences etc

Breast Cancer.org 

Breast Cancer Resource Committee

1765 N. Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
Contact: Zora Kramer Brown, Les Butler
(202) 463-8040\

Breast Cancer Recovery Retreats

The Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation sponsors Infinite Boundaries wellness retreats for breast cancer survivors. We nurture, enhance and aid the emotional, spiritual and physical recovery for women diagnosed with breast cancer.

http://bcrf.org/

Madison, Wisconsin
888.821.1140
608.821.1141 (fax)

info@bcrf.org

Cancer 101 Podcast

Monica Knoll, breast cancer survivor and founder of Cancer101, leads you in the ten steps of getting through the first 24 hours of a breast cancer diagnosis. This is a tough time, but Cancer101 shows you how to take control and survive.

http://podcastgo.com (keyword-Cancer)

Cancer Care National Office

CancerCare is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to provide free professional help to people with all cancers through counseling, education, information and referral and direct financial assistance. The organization serves people with cancer and their loved ones throughout the entire 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. By using the phone and internet, CancerCare  social workers can help people no matter where they are.

CancerCare National Office

275 Seventh Ave. Floor 22
New York, NY 10001

Phone 1-800-813-HOPE (4673)
 Administrative: 212-712-8400
Email
info@cancercare.org

Cancer Resources-

 Links to suppliers of books, videos, wigs and community services. CancerHelp - Cancer Resources on the Internet Provided As A public service.

www.cancerindex.org/clinks6.htm

Carol Ann Schwartz Cancer Initiative

A resource website through the Rosenthal Center for complementary and alternative medicine provides information about the advantages and disadvantages of complementary cancer therapies.

www.cpmcnet.columbia.edu/dept/rosenthal/cancer

(800) 541-3259

Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups

http://www.cancertrialshelp.org

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
877-520-4457
215-789-3655 (fax)

Cancer Care, Inc., and the National Cancer Care Foundation

1180 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036
(212) 221-3300

Cancer Legal Resource Center

The Cancer Legal Resource Center is a community-based joint program of the Western Law Center for Disability Rights and Loyola Law School. The CLRC provides information and educational outreach on cancer-related legal issues to people with cancer, their families, friends, employers, and those who provide services to them.

http://wlcdr.everybody.org/special-programs/cancer.html

Los Angeles, California
213-736-1455
213-736-1428 (fax)

wlcdr@lls.edu

Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation

The Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation is a national, non-profit health foundation whose mission is the prevention and early detection of cancer through scientific research and education.

http://www.preventcancer.org

Alexandria, Virginia
800-227-CRFA (227-2732)
703-836-4413 (fax)

info@preventcancer.org

Cancer Survivor's Project

The Cancer Survivors Project is an organized, international community of long-term cancer survivors and their friends working together to improve the lives of children and adults after cancer. CSP is committed to making available information regarding physiological and psychosocial late effects of cancer treatment, preventive care protocols, and appropriate health care.

http://www.cancersurvivorsproject.org

Casting for Recovery

Casting for Recovery provides weekend retreats at no cost to the participants including lodging, meals and professional instruction.Any woman who has experienced breast cancer is eligible to attend a retreat (with medical clearance from their physicians).Trained facilitators staff each retreat including: a psychotherapist, a health care professional (e.g. physical therapist, nurse), and four fly fishing instructors.

http://www.castingforrecovery.org

Manchester, Vermont
888.553.3500
802.362.9182 (fax)

info@castingforrecovery.org

Chemotherapy and You: A Guide to Self-Help during Treatment

http://www.cancer.gov

Order free at 1-800-4-CANCER or on the NCI Website.

Dream Foundation

The mission of the Dream Foundation is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and families battling terminal illnesses.

http://www.dreamfoundation.com/

Santa Barbara, California
805.564.2131
805.564.7002 (fax)

info@dreamfoundation.org

Eating Hints for Cancer Patients

http://www.cancer.gov

Order free at 1-800-4CANCER (1-800-422-6237) or online at www.cancer.gov

Facing Forward Series: Life after Cancer Treatment

http://www.cancer.gov

Order Free: 1-800-4-CANCER (1-800-422-6237) or online at www.cancer.gov.

Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered (FORCE) - Toll-free: 866-824-RISK (7475)

FORCE is a nonprofit organization for women who are at high risk of breast and ovarian cancer due to their family history and genetic status, and for members of families in which a BRCA mutation may be present. In addition to online resources, FORCE offers a toll-free helpline for families and individuals affected by or concerned about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.

http://www.facingourrisk.org

Tampa, Florida
954-255-8732

Intercultural Cancer Council (ICC)

 The Intercultural Cancer Council (ICC) promotes policies, programs, partnerships, and research to eliminate the unequal burden of cancer among racial and ethnic minorities and medically underserved populations in the United States and its associated territories.

http://www.icc.bcm.tmc.edu

Houston, Texas
713-798-4617
713-798-6222 (fax)

info@iccnetwork.org

Lance Armstrong Foundation

Founded in 1997 by cancer survivor and cycling champion Lance Armstrong, the LAF provides the practical information and tools people living with cancer need to live strong.

http://www.laf.org

Austin, Texas
512.236.8820
512.236.8482 (fax)

Living Beyond Breast Cancer

LBBC is a non-profit educational organization committed to empowering all women affected by breast cancer to live as long as possible with the best quality of life.

http://www.lbbc.org

Ardmore, Pennsylvania
888-753-LBBC (5222)
610-645-4573 (fax)

mail@lbbc.org

Look Good Feel Better

A free, community-based nationwide program to help women with cancer, develop beauty skills to enhance self-image and appearance during cancer treatment.

http://www.lookgoodfeelbetter.org

Mothers Supporting Daughters with Breast Cancer (MSDBC)

MSDBC is a national nonprofit organization co-founded by a mother (Charmayne Dierker) and her daughter (Lillie Shockney) in March 1995. The support services provided by this organization are free and are designed to help mothers who have daughters battling breast cancer.

http://www.mothersdaughters.org

Chestertown, Maryland
410-778-1982

My Cancer Place

My Cancer Place is the only place to join a community of people with cancer, share information, give and receive support, learn from the experiences of others, and create a free web page with text and photos that you can change anytime.

http://www.mycancerplace.com

info@mycancerplace.com

National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC)

The National Breast Cancer Coalition is a grassroots advocacy effort in the fight against breast cancer. In 1991, the Coalition was formed with one mission - to eradicate breast cancer through action and advocacy.

Washington, District of Columbia
800-622-2838
202-265-6854 (fax)

http://www.natlbcc.org

National Breast Cancer Organization Y-Me

This organization creates breast cancer awareness through information and peer support-that no one faces breast cancer alone.

www.y-me.org

800-221-2141

National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Clearinghouse

General information website providing information for individuals considering alternative therapies.

www.nccam.nih.gov/nccam/fcp/clearinghouse

888-644-6226

National Center for Homeopathy

A resource guide to help locate local homeopathic doctors

www.homeopathic.org

National Profiles

Offers a professional service, which provides an alternative to women with special needs in selecting breast prostheses and specialty products including a large selection of breast prostheses, specialty bras, skin therapy and accessories from leading manufactures.

www.naturalprofiles.com/main

Susan G. Komen Foundation

For more than 20 years, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation has been a global leader in the fight against breast cancer through its support of innovative research and community-based outreach programs. The Komen Foundation is fighting to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease by funding research grants and supporting education, screening and treatment projects in communities around the world.

http://www.komen.org

Dallas, Texas
800-IM-AWARE (462-9273)
972-855-1605 (fax)

The American Federation of Teachers


and Cervical Cancer Project
The AFT Women’s Rights Committee
555 New Jersey Ave. N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001-2079

The Enhancement  Corporation of American (TECOA)

Offers a variety of prosthetic fittings, including lumpectomy forms, post mastectomy fashion bras, and swimwear.

www.enhancementcorp.com

The National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations (NABCO)


1180 Avenue of the Americas, Second Floor
New York, NY 10036
(212) 719-0154 (message only)

The National Cancer Institute

NCI is a government agency that provides cancer information to people with cancer and their families and the public

www.cancer.gov

The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

Is the oldest survivor-led cancer advocacy organization in the country, advocating for quality cancer care for all Americans and empowering cancer survivors. Information includes the cancer survivor toolbox, cancer care planning and a resource guide.

canceradvocacy.org

The Wellness Community


(213) 393-1415
(800) PRO-HOPE

1-800-221-2141www.y-me.org

The Y-ME National Organization for Breast Cancer Information and Support


212 W. Van Buren, Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60607
Phone: 312-986-8338
Fax: 312-294-85972

4-hour Y-ME National Breast Cancer Hotlines:

The YWCA Encore Program National Headquarters
726 Broadway
New York, NY 1003
(212) 614-2827

Additional information on cancer:
1 800 4-CANCER

What Cancer Survivors Need to Know About Health Insurance

Written by Kimberly J. Calder, MPS and Karen Pollitz, MPP; 34 pages. This book sorts through the insurance maze by explaining the many types of insurance, exploring ways cancer survivors can get the most out of their insurance coverage and discussing laws that provide some protection for cancer survivors changing jobs.

http://www.canceradvocacy.org/resources/publications

Women and Cancer Magazine- Managing Side Effects

This resource provides an overview of various side effects and late effects from cancer treatment.                                                 http://www.womenandcancermag.com/SideEffects.aspx

Women Stories

Women Stories is a series of videos in which breast cancer survivors offer emotional support and advice that women need and value.

http://womenstories.org/

Buffalo, New York
800.775.5790
716.873.5361 (fax)

mimi@womenstories.org

Working Against Cancer

 An organization that helps young cancer patients and survivors move beyond their cancer diagnosis, treatment, and post treatment to lead enjoyable and independent lives by maximizing life possibilities.

http://workingagainstcancer.org

Lost Angeles, California

contactus@workingagainstcancer.org National Breast Cancer Coalition

A grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to fighting breast cancer.

www.natlbcc.org

(202) 296-7477

Working It Out: Your Employment Rights as a Cancer Survivor

Unfortunately, many cancer survivors experience workplace discrimination. In fact, one survey found that American workers with cancer are fired or laid off five times as often as other workers. This book addresses the employment challenges that many survivors face and offers advice and resources to address those challenges.Also available in Spanish:                                                            http://www.canceradvocacy.org/resources/publications

Society for the Promotion of Nutritional Therapy

An Internet community of people who are interested in the causes of chronic illness and the use of nutritional therapy.

Freespace.virgin.net/nutrition therapy

WOMEN OF COLOR CANCER SUPPORT GROUPS & ORGANIZATIONS

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African American Breast Cancer Alliance, Inc

PO Box 8981
Minneapolis, MN 55408

Telephone/Fax (612) 825-3675

Embracing Life National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer


University of Illinois at Chicago
2121 W. Taylor Street, Suite 512
Chicago, ILL 60612
Anita Hill
(312) 996-8046 or (800) 799-2542

God Cares Support Group


Church of the Great Commission
10137 Prince Place, #402
Largo, Maryland 20772
Contact: Carolyn P. Harvey
(301) 350-3113 or (301) 735-7398

Rise Sister Rise


1765 N. Street
Washington, D.C. 20036
Contact: Zora Kramer Brown

Sisters Breast Cancer Survivors Network


YWCA Greater Los Angeles
2501 W. Vernon Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90008
Contact: Patsy Harris
(213) 293-9408

Sisters Network Inc

Founded in 1994, Sisters Network Inc. (SNI) is the first national African American breast cancer survivorship organization. Over the last ten years, the organization has solidified its position as the national voice and a leader in the African American woman's fight against breast cancer. http://www.sistersnetworkinc.org

Houston, Texas
713-781-0255
713-780-8998 (fax)

infonet@sistersnetworkinc.org

Women of Color Breast Cancer Project


301 No Prairie Avenue, Ste 420
Inglewood, CA 90301
(310) 330-5140 office
(310) 330-5144 fax
www.wocbcssp.net
Wwocbcssp@aol.com
Carolyn Tapp President

Lymphedema RESOURCEs

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Lymphatic Research Foundation

http://lymphaticresearch.org/

Lymph Notes –

An online information resource and support group for those with lymphedema and for the family, friends, and therapists who care for them.

http://lymphnotes.com/

Lymphology Association of North America

http://www.clt-lana.org/  (Includes a directory of LANA certified therapists)

American Cancer Society: Lymphedema

What Every Woman with Breast Cancer Should Know http://www.cancer.org/docroot/CRI/content/

Susan G. Komen for the Cure

http://www.komen.org

Lymphdema products/Compression Garments

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JUZO

Compression Therapy Products, socks, stockings, Application aids for donning compression stockings adhesive lotion, detergent- safe and natural used for laundering compression garments etc

Juzousa.com

Lymphedivas- Provides medically correct fashion, and decorative compression sleeves in a variety of styles and colors - midnight lace, leopard, polka dots, paisley, denim etc.

Lymphedivas.com

1-866-411-DIVA

 Lymphdema Products

Compression, bandages and garments carry only the most advanced and medically-responsible products ...
www.lymphedemaproducts.com

Lymphedema Products

Help improve the life of a person with lymphedema. These products may be anything from compression bandages and garments to ...
lymphedemaguide.com/Lymphedema+Products

Lymphedema 800-288-1801

Home Therapy Nationwide Service Covered By Medicare & Insurance

www.lymphacare.com     

Lymphedema Products

Is an online supplier of lymphedema related supplies

 The goal of Lymphedema Products is to provide the highest quality service to the public
www.lymphnotes.com/org

Lymphedema Compression Garments - Compression Stockings...

Get Lymphedema Compression Garments from All Day Medical. We have many low priced products available on our site.

www.medsolsupplier.com     

Lymphedema Products, Bandages and Lymphedema Supply

Bandage Supply provides lymphedema bandages and supplies. Bandage Supply was started to lower costs on lymphedema productswww.bandagesupply.com

 

Pleural Mesothelioma Center

The Pleural Mesothelioma center is the leading resource for patients affected by mesothelioma cancer.

Please visit our website at: https://www.abestos.com/mesthelioma.pleural.php 

1-800-381-1772 

 

Head Gear Resources

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Always Beautiful

Hats for cancer patients, head scarves for cancer patients, cancer hats, head wraps, and chemo scarves for cancer patients dealing with hair ...
www.alwaysbeautifulyou.com/ -

American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Resources

Breast Cancer Resources - offers wigs, mastectomy forms and products
www.cancer.org/docroot/

Cancer Treatment Wigs

Comfortable and natural-looking Hundreds of styles to choose from

www.WigSuperstore.com     

Chemo Savvy

Stylish and comfortable wigs for cancer patient hair loss. Large inventory of human hair wigs for cancer patients. Buy online.
www.chemosavvy.com

Cinco Vida

The Beauty about Cancer Survivor Blog, offers a headgear resource guide (all 50 states) CincoVidas.com

Hat Scarves and More

 Hats, turbans, fine cotton scarves and sleep caps for women, men, and children. Also sells accessories including pins, bands and scarf pads.
www.hatsscarvesandmore.com

Hats with Hearts

Contact Hats with Heart for information on Cancer Hat, Cancer Hats, and Hats for ... hats, scarves, comfort sleep hats and accessories for women experiencing ...
www.hatswithheart.com

Headcovers Unlimited

Turbans, hats, and other headwear designed for chemotherapy patients

www.headcovers.com

Just In Time –Soft hats designed for women with hair loss

Cancer Scarves, Hats for Cancer Patients, Chemo Scarves, Chemotherapy Hats,

For Hair Loss and Turbans.
www.softhats.com/cancer-hat

Wig and Scarf for Resources for Cancer Patients

American Cancer Society's TLC Catalog: offers a wide selection of headwear,

canconnect.org/node/790

Wigs for Cancer Patients


A hairpiece peaking out from under a hat or scarf can give the illusion of hair without the annoyance and bulk of a wig. Most wig stores and cancer ...
www.cancerandcareers.org/women/appearances/5018/

The Wig Purifier

Cleans your head gear in just 10 minutes, all unpleasant smells, bacteria, viruses and germs from hairpieces, head wraps, caps and hats. For more information see www.wigpurifier.com A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Sisters Network for African American breast cancer survivors 888-436-2158.

 Email-michelle@vmscommunications.net

Tender Loving Care Wigs and Hair Pieces     

 Beautiful, Affordable Wigs from Your American Cancer Society

www.tlcdirect.org

The Beau Beau-Beautiful Hats for Beautiful Heads

Cancer hats, cancer scarves, medical headwear for hair loss. For cancer, chemotherapy ... Breast Cancer Survivor Lisa David's video - a true beaudiva! ...
www.4women.com/

Topsy Turban    

Stylish soft hats, elegant scarves & turbans.

Topsyturban.com


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