Resources & Support for Cancer Care

At Alliance Cancer Center Blytheville, we know the effects of a cancer diagnosis and treatment can present unique challenges to patients and their families. Many cancer organizations are willing to help, and we have listed a number of these resources below. If you have questions or want to discuss your specific needs, please ask one of our team members.

Flying Colors Cancer Network
Flying Colors Cancer Network Support Group meets the 1st Thursday of each month. 12:00PM at First Baptist Church Family Life Center
715 West Walnut Street, Blytheville
www.flyingcolors.org

American Cancer Society
1-800-ACS-2345, or 1-800-227-2345

www.cancer.org

Cancer Survivors Network
Sponsored by the American Cancer Society
Created by and for cancer survivors and their families to connect with others who have been touched by cancer. People in this virtual community share experiences, strength and hope using the free, interactive service on the Web through www.cancer.org/csn.

Reach to Recovery
Sponsored by the American Cancer Society
A peer support program providing information and support by connecting women with someone who has been through the breast cancer experience herself. The patient may meet or talk with these volunteers at any point during her breast cancer experience.

TLC Magalog
Sponsored by the American Cancer Society
A free magazine-catalog of products designed for women being treated for cancer to help ease the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. Products are available for breast cancer survivors, as well as women who experience hair loss because of treatment.

Look Good … Feel Better
Sponsored by the American Cancer Society
A nationwide public service program helping women overcome the appearance-related side effects associated with cancer treatment. Trained volunteers offer guidance and instruction to women in a supportive environment, helping them regain their self-confidence and self-esteem.

Man to Man
Sponsored by the American Cancer Society
A support group providing information and support to men with prostate cancer. Some Man to Man groups may invite wives and partners to attend meetings. In other locations, wives and partners meet separately in a group setting called Side by Side.

National Cancer Institute
1-800-4-CANCER or 1-800-422-6237
www.cancer.gov

National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
1-877-NCCS-YES or 1-877-622-7937
1-888-650-9127
www.CancerAdvocacy.org

Patient Advocate Foundation
1-800-532-5274
www.PatientAdvocate.org

Job Accommodation Network
1-800-526-7234
1-877-781-9403 (TTY – text telephone)
www.jan.wvu.edu