Local Resources

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Local Resources

Together we are making a difference. Here are a few wonderful resources throughout the valley. Contact us if you know of additional resources for us to include. 

Survivor Support
A 2nd Act
Recognizing that healing is helping, A2ndAct.org celebrates and supports women survivors of ALL concerns who are using their newly realized gifts of life and experience to give back for the greater good. 
ABreast in the West
Dragon Boating has been proven to increase the overall health and length of survival while decreasing the incidence of lymphedema following treatment for Breast Cancer Survivors.
Bad Girls Do Good Things
Raising funds for cancer research, education, outreach, and awareness. 
Bikers for Boobies
Our Vision is to provide awareness, education and financial resources to all those suffering from cancer with emphasis on breast cancer.
Bosom Buddies of Arizona
Offering support and resources to men and women with breast cancer.
Cancer Support Community
Find information on living with cancer, whether you are newly diagnosed, a survivor, or a family member or friend of someone who is living with cancer.
Casting for Recovery
The mission of Casting for Recovery® (CfR) is to enhance the quality of life of women with breast cancer through a unique retreat program that combines breast cancer education and peer support with the therapeutic sport of fly fishing. 
Circle of Hope
Bringing hope, healing and care to those battling cancer.
Happily Ever After League
Provide support to moms during cancer treatment.  HEAL assists Arizona mothers recovering from any type of cancer with at least one dependent child living at home.
Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance (MBCA)
MBC Connect 2.0 is an interactive, web and mobile-friendly, patient experience registry where you can share information about your MBC disease history, experiences, and quality of life - and now, get potential matches to clinical trials. 
This Is Living With Cancer
LivingWith™ is designed to help you connect with loved ones, ask for the support you need, remember important information from doctors’ visits and stay organized, all in one place. It is available for free in English and Spanish.
Young Survival Coalition (YSC)
Strengthens the community, addresses the unique needs, amplifies the voice and improves the quality of life of young adults affected by breast cancer, locally, nationally and internationally. 
Want to meet up with fellow young breast cancer survivors in Maricopa County? Go to: https://.meetup.com/PhoenixF2F/
Education
Bag It!
Bag It! helps newly diagnosed cancer patients take the next steps toward treatement and recovery by providing essential information and support to patients.
Coalition of Blacks Against Breast Cancer
Provides high quality, reliable information and support to black breast cancer patients within the Phoenix Metropolitan area, and to educate the black community about breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, and screening. 
Story Half Told 
Pfizer Oncology's Story Half Told offers education and information on understanding hereditary breast cancers, like BRCA1 and BRCA2, and the emotional impact of them. 
Services
Cleaning for a Reason
Provides free house cleaning for cancer patients. 
Impact One
Helps alleviate the financial and emotional burden experienced during expensive breast cancer treatment and recovery by providing prosthetics, bras, wigs, and post surgical garments. 
Lotsa Helping Hands
Easily organize meals and assistance for friends and family in need.
My Hope Bag
Provide bags of HOPE and comfort, as well as support services, for women with breast cancer.
Provision Project
The mission of Provision Project is to provide financial relief to women in active treatment for breast cancer.
Reba's Vision/Baskets of Hope
Providing free wigs, hats, scarves, bras, prostheses, and Baskets of Hope to women and children battling cancer. Email: cruelgirls1961@yahoo.com
The Singletons
Singleton Moms is a community dedicated to lessening the burdens of single parents with cancer and their families.

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