This site exists to support people who have been diagnosed with cancer (and their families) because I know from both personal and professional experience just how tough this fight can be. Professionally, I work with cancer data for a living; personally, cancer stopped our family in its tracks four years ago. I’ve been where you are and I call it cancer chaos. It’s my mission to provide information on resources to tame the chaos and get you the help you need, quickly ,easily and all for free.
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I hope that you find the no-cost financial, counseling, and other freebie resources on CCN helpful. While I do my best to summarize each program, please consult each organization to learn more about specific assistance and services offered. I make every effort to maintain the most up-to-date information on the names, addresses, phone numbers, websites, contact information and service offerings for each cancer support organization. This information, however, is constantly changing so please verify all on the organization’s website. Because of the ever-changing nature of these programs, I do not guarantee and accept no responsibly for any information on the website that is in error. Your use of this website and services are at your own risk.
Please help spread the word about the free resources on CCN by sharing on social media, and if you have the means consider donating to any of these wonderful organizations that do so much good. We are all in this fight together. Let’s all work to ease the physical, financial and emotional burdens for Americans living with, through, and beyond a cancer diagnosis.
All my best,
Please note: The information provided by CCN is general in nature and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. For answers to specific care questions, a medical professional should always be consulted.