Resources for Caregivers

The National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center (NCSRC)

The NCSRC is a collaborative initiative of the ACS and the George Washington University Cancer Institute. It is funded by a five-year cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The NCSRC goal is to shape the future of cancer survivorship care and improve the quality of life of cancer survivors as they transition from treatment to recovery. The NCSRC provides evidence-based information, resources and support to cancer survivors, caregivers, friends and family. It is also aimed at improving survivorship knowledge and skills of health care professionals, community-based organizations and government organizations. The NCSRC also recommends action to policy and decision makers.

NCSRC: Tools for Cancer Survivors and Caregivers

The website includes resources for adult post-treatment cancer survivors and their caregivers. 

American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society provides a full spectrum of resources to help caregivers learn about what to expect when caring for someone with cancer, and what to know when caring for a loved one at home.


This resource provides emotional support and other resources for caregivers who have a loved one experiencing a cancer diagnosis.

Cancer Support Community

This organization offers a menu of personalized services and education for all people affected by cancer. This site provides information and resources for caregivers, those who provide emotional, spiritual, financial or logistical support to a person diagnosed with cancer.

National Cancer Institute

Caring for the Caregiver is for friends and family members giving care to a person with cancer. It is a condensed version of the booklet, “When Someone You Love Is Being Treated for Cancer”. This online booklet provides ways for a friend or family member to take care of themselves while caring for someone with cancer.