Cancer and Mental Health

In May, we partnered with GRYT Health to honor Mental Health Awareness Month with a program discussing the challenges and concerns following a cancer diagnosis. CancerCare's Charlotte Ference, LMSW, shared resources and advice and answered questions during the event, titled "Cancer and Your Mental Health: Dealing with Cancer Emotionally."
June Is...

Cancer Immunotherapy Awareness Month - Listen to our podcast on managing side effects of immunotherapy

LGBTQ+ Pride Month - Join our LGBTQ+ Support Group -- Women Caregivers support group

International Men's Health Week (June 14-20) - Learn more about our services for men, including support groups, counseling and educational resources

Black Family Cancer Awareness Week (June 17-23) - Join our African American Triple Negative Breast Cancer Online Patient Support Group
CancerCare Movement Hour

There is still time to register for CancerCare Movement Hour hosted by the Young Professionals Committee Thursday, June 10, to Sunday, June 13. Participants are encouraged to get up and get outside and engage in one hour of continuous movement. The virtual event will raise funds to provide multiple scholarships through the YPC Scholarship program, which awards one-time $2,500 scholarships to young adults enrolled in college who have lost a parent or guardian to cancer recently.
Register at or contact Eunice E. Hong, Director of Philanthropy, at with questions. 
CancerCare's Online Support Groups

Connect with others in support groups for cancer patients, loved ones and people who have lost a loved one, led by oncology social workers. CancerCare's support groups provide a chance to express concerns, share experiences with others, receive valuable advice and more. Our online support groups are offered free of charge. Registration is required, and posts are visible to members only. Some of the online support groups currently under way include:

A Summer of Golf

Are you a golf warrior? CancerCare hosts a series of golfing events called “The Longest Day of Golf.” From June through September, players try to complete as many holes of golf in the course of one day as they can – from sun up until sun down – often 100 holes or more.

Players get support from their friends, colleagues and relatives to raise much needed funds. 

To learn more about this event, please contact CancerCare’s Director of Special Events, Erica Lebensberg, at
Join Our Upcoming Community Programs

Available to participants nationwide, CancerCare's community programs blend educational content with emotional guidance and advice. These free events are open to anyone affected by cancer and are held via video conference and telephone.

CancerCare® is the leading national organization dedicated to providing free, professional support services including case management, counseling, support groups, educational workshops, publications and financial assistance to anyone affected by cancer. All CancerCare services are provided by master's-prepared oncology social workers and world-leading cancer experts.
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