The National Rural Oncology Collaborative at Breckinridge Health, Inc.
Free Cancer Support Services

(270)580-4949

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Are you a cancer patient who needs support with your cancer journey and want to talk to someone now?

Call the National Rural Oncology Collaborative Cancer Support Community Helpline at:

1-888-793-9355

 

This free helpline provides access to licensed professionals, personalized support, and counseling for cancer patients and their loved ones, by phone, text, and video chat through the National Rural Oncology Cancer Support Community Cancer Support Helpline.

 

Have you been diagnosed with cancer?  Are you in the middle of a maze of treatments? Facing challenges now that you are done with treatments?

 

We can help for at no cost to you!  By simply filling out the form below, we can connect you to our dedicated care manager who will schedule an appointment with the Cancer Care Coordinator here at Breckinridge Health, Inc..   At this appointment, you can share what your priorities, concerns, and needs are around your cancer care, and we will set up an individualized program just for you to get the help you need when you need it.  We look forward to working with you to access the support services you need. Click here to access the only form you need to fill out to get started. 

Our no-cost cancer support programs include ​Support Services, Education, Healthy Lifestyle, Social Connections, and Resources & Referrals.​ We offer interactive sessions led by health professionals or volunteers focused on healthy lifestyles, educational programming, support for patients and loved ones impacted by cancer.​

 

Is someone you care about on a cancer journey?

 

Caregivers face their own challenges when trying to help their loved one navigate the cancer journey. This may include helping them get to appointments, making sure they get enough to eat, and many other issues.  It is a beautiful and sometimes difficult path to walk alongside your loved one with cancer.  If someone you care about suffers from cancer, you are a very important part of their support team and recovery.

The great news: There is support for YOU as well.  By simply filling out the form below at any time on any day, we can connect you to our dedicated care manager who will schedule an appointment with the Cancer Care Coordinator here at Breckinridge Memorial Hospital. Here you can learn about cancer, treatments, our support services available to cancer patients and care partners, and other resources including transportation assistance and finances. All at no cost to you! Click here to learn more.

 

Cancer Support Community Program Calendar

 

Here is an example of the services offered here at the National Rural Oncology Collaborative and Cancer Support Community at Breckinridge Memorial Hospital. Click November Calendar Below to enlarge.

 

 

Volunteers

 

The strength of living in a rural area is community.  Volunteering with the National Rural Oncology Collaborative is a great way to sustain those in our community impacted by cancer.  You can play a vital role in the recovery of patients with cancer. Volunteers can bring their talents – some of which they may not even know they have – to help their fellow community members. Click here to learn more.

 

 

About Cancer Support Services at Breckinridge Health, Inc.

 

Breckinridge Memorial Hospital has partnered with the National Rural Oncology Collaborative  at Community Infusion Services and Cancer Support Community to bring comprehensive cancer care to your community.  In partnership with Cancer Support Community, the National Rural Oncology Collaborative and Breckinridge Memorial Hospital are providing free state-of-the art support services right here in your community.

 

Our free cancer support programs include five core components: ​Support Services, Education, Healthy Lifestyle, Social Connections, and Resources & Referrals.​ We offer interactive sessions led by health professionals or volunteers focused on healthy lifestyles, educational programming, support for patients and loved ones impacted by cancer.​

Done with treatment and on the road to recovery? A survivorship program that includes group support, exercise tailored to abilities, training in relaxation and stress management, tips for nutritious eating, as well as additional resources is available to you. ​

Access to licensed professionals, personalized support, and counseling for cancer patients and their loved ones is available by phone, text, and video chat through our Cancer Support Helpline.

 

 

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