In addition to the extensive resources City of Hope offers directly to caregivers, there are outside organizations and resources that provide valuable services to those entrusted with helping patients through their cancer experience:
Provides a list of resources of interest to caregivers
A national nonprofit organization that provides support to family caregivers and increases public awareness of issues facing family caregivers
When someone you love is being treated for cancer - National Cancer Institute’s guide to caregiving. Topics include adjusting to becoming a caregiver, caring for your mind, body and spirit, and talking with friends and family.
Caring for the Caregiver - National Cancer Institute’s guide to self-care for the caregiver. Topics include understanding your feelings, asking others for help with tasks and finding meaning during a cancer journey.
The patient needs support from the family.
The family caregiver should also be supported.
Cancer affects the patient’s body, heart and mind.
Communication is a process created among patient, family and health care providers.
Join private online support groups led by oncology social workers, for caregivers or patients, at no charge.
Cancer Support Community
Provides emotional and educational support and hope for people affected by cancer, at no charge.
A national nonprofit organization that provides help to people with cancer and their caregivers through counseling, education, information, referrals and direct financial assistance
Part of the National Institutes of Health, the Cancer Information Service provides education and support to cancer patients and their families.