50 LONGISLANDPRESS.COM • MAY 2020
Gina Aiello Commends Port
Washington / Manhasset Chapter
Of Cancercare For Their Fundraising
Efforts To Help Cancer Patients,
Caregivers And Their Families
Cancer Care is a national nonprot, 501(c)(3) organization that
provides free, professional support services to anyone aected by
cancer: people with cancer, caregivers, children, loved ones, and
the bereaved. We are here to support you. If you are applying for
nancial assistance, all correspondence must be done
electronically through email or fax. Register for workshops online
at cancercare.org/connect or by phone at (800-813-4673).
Our sta of professional oncology social workers helps you and your loved ones manage the emotional and
practical challenges of cancer.
Led by professional oncology social workers, our support groups allow you to connect with others in
similar situations in order to share information and experiences.
Connect Education Workshops
Listen in live by telephone or online to these one-hour workshops. Leading experts in oncology
provide up-to-date, in-depth information about cancer-related issues. You can also listen to
recordings of past workshops on our website or over the telephone.
Written by oncology experts, our easy-to-read booklets and fact sheets provide reliable,
up-to-date information about a wide range of cancer-related topics.
Limited assistance is available to eligible individuals for treatment-related costs such as
transportation, home care and child care. CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation
can help with co-pays for chemotherapy and targeted treatment drugs.
We oer a variety of in-person workshops, therapeutic activities and special events
throughout the year.
For more information about our Chapter please visit CancerCarePW.ORG