The nation’s oldest peer support provider will work with the leading technology company connecting health and social care services, to increase access to resources and services for people facing cancer.
The event raised funds to support Cancer Hope Network’s work of providing peer support to people facing cancer.
Cancer survivors from Stony Brook Southampton Hospital share life lessons as part of peer mentor training.
Disparities in healthcare disproportionately affect the LGBTQIA+ community. Connecting with a CHN mentor can help address those challenges.
CHN staff attended the Pink Witches Night Out in Denville, NJ last Friday. At this year’s event we met some great people, some who wish to volunteer, some who made dedications for loved ones, and some looking for hope.
Quick and easy ways to give the gift of hope while raising money or awareness for Cancer Hope Network.