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Act2Change Therapy & Wellness Center

https://www.act2changetherapy.com/

2801 Buford Highway NE, Suite 510 , Atlanta, GA 30329

404.565.4616

At Act2Change, we specialize in providing therapeutic services to individuals (18+) presenting with a wide range of concerns. We pride ourselves on offering support to clients from all walks of life, including members of the LGBTQQIAAP+, BIPOC, and immigrant communities. Abby Culin's practice centers on recognizing our automatic reactions and moving toward growth. Through this lens, she assist clients who present with anxiety, depression, traumatic reactions or trauma histories, low self-worth, identity questions, life transitions, family and relationship issues, or just plain “feeling stuck.”

All CancersAdolescents and Young Adults (AYAs)Emotional/Mental Health Support
Along Comes Hope

https://alongcomeshope.com/

805-322-1423

Along Comes Hope® is a 501(C)3 nonprofit helping families by providing support for children with cancer to inspire HOPE and healing by keeping families together, when it matters the most. We also provide support through financial assistance with travel for treatment, creative emotional support programs and advocacy to promote policy changes, awareness and education.

All CancersAdolescents and Young Adults (AYAs)Emotional/Mental Health SupportFinancial AssistanceNational Foundation and NonprofitSupport GroupsTransportationNational Resource
Children's Leukemia Research Association

https://www.childrensleukemia.org/

585 Stewart Avenue Suite 520 , Garden City, NY 11530

516-222-1944

The CLRA is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The CLRA Patient Aid Program is a co-Pay assistance program for reimbursement of leukemia/blood cancer related medical bills that are listed under “Covered Treatments and Services”. Upon approval of each claim, payment will be made to the patient or guardian as applicable.

All CancersAdolescents and Young Adults (AYAs)Financial AssistanceNational Foundation and NonprofitNational Resource
Fisher House Foundation

https://www.fisherhouse.org/

(888) 294-8560

Fisher House Foundation builds comfort homes where military & veteran families can stay free of charge, while a loved one is in the hospital. These homes are located at military and VA medical centers around the world. Fisher House Foundation also operates the Hero Miles program, using donated frequent flyer miles to bring family members to the bedside of injured service members as well as the Hotels for Heroes program using donated hotel points to allow family members to stay at hotels near medical centers without charge.

All CancersAdolescents and Young Adults (AYAs)Financial AssistanceLiving Expenses/LodgingNational Foundation and NonprofitNational Resource
Good Samaritan Health & Wellness Center

https://www.goodsamhwc.org/

175 Samaritan Drive , Jasper, GA 30143

706-253-4673

The mission of Good Samaritan Health and Wellness Center is to provide quality, compassionate, and complete healthcare for all in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. The Good Samaritan Health & Wellness Center will be a premier Community Health Center accessible to all and dedicated to delivering the highest quality care to the people and communities we serve. The Good Samaritan Health and Wellness Center is a not-for-profit, Community Health Center, which provides health services to our community regardless of ability to pay or insurance status.

All CancersAdolescents and Young Adults (AYAs)National Foundation and NonprofitPhysical Health SupportPractical Needs Support
Project SHERPA

https://www.hospicesavannah.org/projectsherpa/

912.629.1331

Project SHERPA consists of a number of retired physicians and oral surgeons who volunteer to accompany care recipients to their medical appointments with the consent of their attending physician. Whether you have recently received a medical diagnosis or actively receiving treatment, the Sherpa serves as your advocate when communicating with medical professionals. We are there to listen, interpret, and ask the questions you may not know to ask. The Sherpa supports the care recipient and the family in navigating what can otherwise be an overwhelming situation. If there is a treatment decision to be made, the Sherpa explains the treatment options to the patient, but does not offer to make the decision.

All CancersAdolescents and Young Adults (AYAs)AdvocacyEducational ProgramsNational Foundation and NonprofitSupport GroupsSurvivorship
Ronald McDonald House Charities

https://www.rmhc.org/

Our Ronald McDonald House programs, located near top children’s hospitals, allow parents who are far from home to stay close to their hospitalized child and benefit from the comforts of home without incurring hotel and food costs. Ronald McDonald Family Room programs offer a quiet respite for all families right in the hospital.

All CancersAdolescents and Young Adults (AYAs)Living Expenses/LodgingNational Foundation and NonprofitNational Resource
The Samfund

http://www.thesamfund.org/

89 South Street, Suite 701 , Boston, MA 02111

617-938-3484

Here at The Samfund, we are proud to provide support to young adults who are struggling financially because of cancer. Through direct financial assistance and free online support and education, we help young adults survive and move forward with their lives after cancer.

All CancersAdolescents and Young Adults (AYAs)Financial AssistanceNational Foundation and Nonprofit
TherapyDen

https://www.therapyden.com/therapists/us/ga/atlanta/cancer

A cancer diagnosis can be devastating and often brings up feelings of depression, grief, fear, sadness or anger. Navigating treatment options can be overwhelming and exhausting. Even in remission, cancer can cause lingering trauma, anxiety and depression. According to the NCBI, cancer survivors are twice as likely to suffer from mental health issues as adults who have never had cancer. Whether you are struggling to accept a recent diagnosis or trying to figure out what your life looks like post-cancer, a mental health expert can help. Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s cancer specialists today. Fees may apply.

All CancersAdolescents and Young Adults (AYAs)Emotional/Mental Health SupportNational Foundation and NonprofitNational Resource
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Georgia CORE

 

Advancing Cancer Care through Partnerships and Innovation

Georgia CORE is a statewide nonprofitthat leverages partnerships and innovation to attract more clinical trials, increase research, and promote education and early detection to improve cancer care for Georgians in rural, urban, and suburban communities across the state.