Resources for Survivors

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Cancer Survivors

The website includes resources for cancer survivors, including videos, pictures, survivor stories, and health tips for cancer patients, survivors, and caretakers.

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 patients learn about making treatment decisions, cope with side effects, handle financial matters, and live well after cancer.

National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship has dedicated resources and tools to help cancer survivors along their journey through care.

Little Red Door Cancer Agency

Little Red Door Cancer Agency provides support to cancer patients and their families throughout their cancer journey. They offer services for cancer patients, resources for those in need and information on cancer prevention.


Livestrong provides free one-on-one support through every step of your cancer journey.

Cancer Support Community

This organization offers a menu of personalized services and education for all people affected by cancer. These support services are available through a network of professionally-led community based centers, hospitals, community oncology practices and online, so that no one has to face cancer alone.