Optimizing the quality of life for all people  living with cancer.
Cancer Lifeline Support Now Online
It is very important to Cancer Lifeline that we continue to support our clients as best we can during this time of challenge with COVID-19.

Cancer Lifeline will continue to support the community of individuals who have been impacted by a cancer diagnosis and will do so through our telephone Lifeline and online Chat. 

Our telephone Lifeline (206-297-2500 or 1-800-255-5505)  and the internet L ifeline Chat via  cancerlifeline.org   are available Monday-Friday, 9 am – 5 pm. 

While our in person support groups and classes are now cancelled through March 14, we are pleased to announce that our professionally facilitated support groups and some of our classes and presentations have gone online.(We held our first online presentation today and had over 23 participants!) This opportunity will allow people to receive critical emotional support while in the comfort of their own home.

Upcoming Group Meetings Online:

Instructions on how to access online groups are provided on each support group page on our website.

Upcoming Classes Online:

For a full list of online classes, click here.

Please continue to visit our website for updates about Cancer Lifeline programs and services and other offerings we have moved to an online format.
Breakfast with Friends 2020
EVENT UPDATE
We want to reassure everyone that we are working with our board and table captains to determine whether we should postpone or cancel our event and hold it online. Our board meets on Monday, March 16 and will review our options at that time.

Breakfast with Friends is Cancer Lifeline's signature fundraiser and generates needed funds for our Patient & Family Support Fund, thus assuring that all our programs remain free and accessible to all people living with cancer. We will do our best to keep everyone up to date. Please check our website for the latest updates.
Featured Online Class: Writing Practices to Limit Anxiety
Monday, March 16
11:00 - 12:30 pm

When we become anxious, what we are able to perceive in our world may diminish. Carefully selected exercises can help limit anxiety. We’ll work with some journaling prompts that can be used anytime. No previous writing experience necessary.

Facilitator: Pamela Krueger