Leukemia and Lymphoma - Support Services

Living with pediatric leukemia and lymphoma

When you come to City of Hope, you automatically gain access to an unparalleled array of support services to help you and your loved ones take each step during and after your leukemia treatment.

We can help with all of the following concerns, and more:

Learn more about these resources at our Living with Cancer or Supportive Care Medicine sites.

For more information about the supportive care programs we offer, please contact the Sheri & Les Biller Patient and Family Resource Center at 626-218-2273 (CARE).

A unique benefit of being treated at City of Hope is that we treat young children, adolescents and young adults, ensuring a continuum of care through the years for this special group of patients. 

Childhood, Adolescent And Young Adult Survivorship Program

The majority of children diagnosed with leukemia or lymphoma are cured; however, there can be long-term side effects. Our Childhood, Adolescent And Young Adult Survivorship Program clinic is specially designed to meet the follow-up needs of childhood cancer survivors, who are evaluated annually by a team of health care professionals with expertise in survivorship issues.

The Pediatric Leukemia and Lymphoma psychosocial team, which includes psychologists, social workers and child life specialists, are available to answer your questions and provide support tailored to your unique situation. The team includes:

Jeanelle Folbrecht, Ph.D.

Kayla Fulginiti, M.S.W.

Natalie Kelly, Ph.D.