Community and Support

Creating community is essential to receiving the support and hope people facing cancer need to navigate their journey and thrive in mind, body, spirit, and life.

Diagnosed with Cancer?

Where do you go to receive a cancer support system in one place? Where can you get help to manage life with cancer? Where do you go to regain physical and emotional well-being, learn how to eat well during and after treatment, release stress, exercise, and connect with others facing cancer? Journey to be FREE is that one place to go. Click the picture to get help now.

Physicians

As a physician, imagine having that ONE place to refer your patients where they are connected with services, programs, resources, and each other at every stage of cancer care. Your patients will have a professional support team and variety of ancillary support and wellness programs to complement their clinical care. Click above to refer your patients today.

Support and Community

Facing cancer is easier when you are not alone. Those impacted by any type of cancer have access to emotional support, cancer-related and wellness education, counseling, healthy lifestyle classes, social connection, lymphedema support, resources, and a caring community supporting one another. Click the picture to view our programs.

Program Sponsors

A cancer diagnosis has a significant financial impact affecting the whole family. This is why Journey to be FREE provides its programs at no cost to support the whole family along their cancer journey. There is a cost to this all-volunteer nonprofit to deliver these programs free of charge. As a Program Sponsor, you can make a positive impact in many lives. Click the sign to learn how.

Register for our Fall Retreat for Women Facing Cancer

  • Register today to participate in this overnight retreat Friday, October 27 – Sunday, October 29. Women facing any type of cancer will have a weekend to relax, reflect, be FREE from the stresses of daily life with cancer in a nurturing environment […]

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