Stupid Cancer is by far the largest support group around for YAs. If has to do with YA cancer then they are the best to go to.
Online support groups, face to face support groups, helpful podcasts and workshops, and publications
Formerly Gilda’s Club (which makes me sad), offers live chat, online support, in person meetings.
LIVESTRONG Rally is a community organizational tool that lets your loved ones know how they can support you through your cancer journey.
ACOR is a unique collection of online cancer communities designed to provide timely and accurate information in a supportive environment
Cancer Hope Network matches cancer patients or family members with trained volunteer cancer survivors who have undergone & recovered from a similar cancer experience
I Can Cope® is a free online educational program for people facing cancer and their families and friends.
Triage Cancer helps survivors, caregivers, health care professionals, and advocates to navigate cancer survivorship
Support groups broken down by cancer type as well as general cancer survivor groups
Imerman Angels partners individuals seeking cancer support with a “Mentor Angel.”
SAMFund is my favorite YA organization (outside of my own) and they offer grants, resources, and webinars .
Scholarships, 1 on 1 peer mentors, meetups, resources, everything you could need.
There are many more areas of Jetty’s Brain Book that deal with other kinds of support including retreats,
other areas of help
, and even a Survivor section
. Make sure to check them out too.
Out With Cancer, is committed to improving the health of LGBT cancer survivors with peer to peer support, patient navigation, education and advocacy