Breast Cancer Connections offers a wealth of free services for women and men with breast cancer, as well as their families and friends. Whether you’ve just been diagnosed, or you’re seeking ideas for ongoing wellness after treatment, our compassionate staff and volunteers will be with you every step of the way.
We offer a variety of drop-in groups that let you talk with others who are in a similar situation, and receive support from licensed therapists.
We’ll help you deal with the everyday challenges of a cancer diagnosis. We can help you create a personalized list of questions and concerns you can take to your next medical appointment, provide you with information about your rights and options regarding insurance and employment, and put you in touch with other useful resources in the community.
No one understands your situation as well as someone who has been through it. BCC’s Buddy Program connects you with someone who has had a similar breast cancer diagnosis or treatment experience.
Take advantage of our Megan Lynch Memorial Library, which contains more than 750 books, tapes, videos, and periodicals. Our health educator, staff, or volunteers will help you find and understand the information most relevant to your diagnosis and treatment options.
Are you under 40 and worried that you may have breast cancer, but can’t afford the tests you need? The Gabriella Patser Program offers free screening and diagnostic services for low-income, uninsured, younger women.
Guided Healing Imagery, meditation, and other techniques can help you with the healing process.
A team of experienced therapists is available to help you cope with the emotional issues surrounding breast cancer.
Are you wondering how you can help someone who is going through breast cancer? Do you need support or information? Find out about the BCC services available to you.
Our supportive, knowledgeable workshop leaders help you write about your experiences, set a new path for your life, learn about medical issues related to breast cancer, and more.