If you are a member of special subgroup of cancer survivors, such as those with a rare subtype of cancer; those who identify as LGBTQ; or are a member of a minority group; etc., see these websites for help and advice.
Sisters Supporting Sisters offers a support group for African American breast cancer survivors in Baton Rouge, and provides outreach and education on breast cancer in beauty salons and faith communities.
Promotes awareness, connections, education, resources and support for African American women, men, families, and communities affected by breast cancer.
A coalition of scientists, doctors, advocates, and patients serving adolescents and young adults (15-39) with cancer. They link young adult cancer survivors to clinical trials, as well as local resources like job training and housing programs designed to meet their needs.
Cancer-related health education, patient navigation and psychosocial family support group services for underserved and low-income Spanish-speaking families. Resources are offered in English and en Espanol.
Advice for LGBT breast cancer survivors on navigating the healthcare system, communicating with providers, and coping with emotional and personal issues.
This organization hosts Metastatic Breast Cancer programs, including an annual conference, and provides online resources and support to educate patients and promote the search for a cure.
Information on cancer risk within the LGBT community, and training for healthcare providers and advocates for LGBT survivors. The website features a list of LGBT-friendly cancer screening facilities throughout the United States.
Sharsheret is a national not-for-profit organization supporting young Jewish women and their families facing breast cancer. Our mission is to offer a community of support to women, of all Jewish backgrounds, diagnosed with breast cancer or at increased genetic risk by fostering culturally-relevant individualized connections with networks of peers, health professionals, and related resources.
This organization offers financial assistance, breast cancer-related news updates, and resources for African American breast cancer survivors, and has a chapter in Baton Rouge.
This organization's helpline offers professional support services for patients, families, and service providers coping with triple negative breast cancer. Helpline staff can assist callers in applying for co-pay assistance, transportation, and other social services. Their website features a Clinical Trial Matching Service and other educational resources.
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