Our extensive collection of web-based and other resources for patients, families, and caregivers provides easy access to information on a wide variety of subjects related to pancreatic cancer. The resources are reviewed and updated periodically to ensure they are current.
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- Complementary and Integrative Therapies
- Diet and Nutrition
- Financial Assistance
- General Cancer Organizations and Information
- Insurance Issues and Copay Assistance Programs
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- Pain Management
- Prescription Assistance
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The Cleveland Clinic 4th Angel Mentoring Program is an innovative, interactive approach to cancer support in which patients and caregivers are matched with trained volunteer mentors of similar age and cancer experiences. The program is a national, free service that emphasizes one-on-one contact to best empower caregivers and patients with knowledge, awareness, hope, and a helping hand.
CAN (formerly the National Family Caregivers Association) is a nonprofit organization providing education, peer support, and resources to family caregivers across the country. They are working to improve the quality of life for the more than 65 million Americans who care for loved ones. Services are free of charge.
Family Caregiver Alliance is a San Francisco-based nonprofit that provides information, education, services, research, and advocacy support to sustain the important work of families nationwide who are caring at home for a loved one with chronic, disabling health conditions.
Help for Cancer Caregivers, a unique collaboration of academic, insurance, and nonprofit organizations, provides resources and information to improve the health and well-being of caregivers of people with cancer.
A free web-based caregiver coordination service where people can create their own caregiving site to coordinate support needed for the caregiver and care recipient. The site provides a private group calendar where tasks can be posted. Family and friends may visit the site and sign up online for a task.
Now part of Cancer Support Community, this nonprofit encourages cancer patients and caregivers to create free, customized websites, empowering patients to build an online support community of family and friends to foster connection, inspiration, and healing.
National Alliance for Caregiving is a nonprofit coalition of national organizations focusing on advancing family caregiving through research, innovation, and advocacy. The Alliance conducts research, does policy analysis, develops national best-practice programs, and works to increase public awareness of family caregiving issues.
A free, easy-to-use website offering a variety of relevant cancer resources and a supportive community. Patients and their caregivers can use the Daily Health Journal to track symptoms and side effects to better communicate with the health care team about how they’re responding to treatment. Discussion forums are available for patients, survivors, and caregivers.
This organization provides education and support for family caregivers, including counseling and training. The organization is based in Georgia but offers many of its programs via video conference, telephone, and email.
A health information website from Anthem, the section for cancer patients includes information about how to understand treatment options, a symptom management app, and resources for caregivers.
Today’s Caregiver, published by Caregiver Media Group, is a leading provider of information, support, and guidance for family and professional caregivers, with products developed for caregivers, about caregivers, and by caregivers. The magazine was the first published magazine dedicated to caregivers.
A national organization focusing exclusively on the needs of those caring for a chronically ill and/or disabled husband, wife, or partner. Offers support groups, forums, and other resources.