Programming at the Cancer Support Community facility and our community partner locations will be suspended until April 23, 2020 in accordance with the “shelter in place” order, but take advantage of our many online resources below!
- If you are looking for support locally and want to speak to someone by phone call Cancer Support Community of Greater St. Louis at 314-238-2000. Leave a message and a member of the program team will return your call within the day. You can also email us at email@example.com.
- If you need immediate support call the Cancer Support Helpline. Counselors and resource specialists can be reached by phone at 1-888-793-9355 or live chat. Hours are Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. ET as well as Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET.
- Open to Options is an individualized support counseling program where we can help you make a decision about a treatment plan that is right for you. We can help you build a list of important questions, concerns, goals, and priorities related to your treatment in preparation for an appointment with your physician. Contact Kelly O’Neal, MSW, LMSW at 314-238-2000 ext. 230 to learn more.
Healthy Lifestyle/Stress Management
- As we continue to navigate life's unknowns, remember to take a moment and take a breath. Click here for a breathing exercise you can do anywhere, anytime!
- Bring body, mind, and spirit into health, harmony, and balance through Qigong! Our regularly scheduled Qigong classes at 11:00 a.m. on Fridays will still take place.. virtually on Zoom!
- Join us as we write, share, discuss and enjoy the process of writing with one another through our Writing Workshop. For inspiration check out our In Our Own Words page. Every Wednesday, we'll be sharing a writing prompt on our Facebook page. Be sure to check it out and share your writings with us!
- MyLifeLine empowers cancer patients and caregivers to build an online support community to encourage connection, inspiration, and healing by receiving social, emotional and practical care from loved ones. Create a personal webpage to connect with others on a similar journey, update family and friends on how you’re doing, learn about your specific type of cancer, and more.
- The Cancer Experience Registry is a unique online community that allows people facing cancer to share their experience, identify the issues that impact their lives, take surveys, access resources and learn from each other.
- Calm is offering meditations, relaxation, sleep stories, and more, all to help you stay grounded and support your emotional and mental well-being! Check out their free resource page here.