Support & Resources
Find the support you need to be able to get through this time and prepare for your life after cancer.
Meet other families and survivors who are who know what you are going through.
Learn more about how you can get involved to help survivors and families.
Helping Survivors Rebuild
Our unique mission is to help each family cope with life during childhood cancer treatments and rebuild their lives after cancer from the experienced perspective of those who have been there before. Your donations will enhance the lives of children with cancer and their families. You will be providing emotional and practical support, education, patient advocacy, and the assurance that no child or family will have to fight cancer alone.
Walking This Journey Together
Our mission is to educate, support, serve, and advocate for families of children with cancer, survivors of childhood cancer, and the professionals who care for them.
We serve all children diagnosed with cancer from Eastern Washington and those traveling to Spokane, Washington, from North Idaho and Western Montana for treatment. In addition, funds raised locally remain in our communities to help children with cancer in the Inland Northwest.
Your cancer doesn't define you. Our mission is to help you thrive and rebuild your life as a Survivor.
Your life, Our answers
Cancer can be a stressful and confusing time. We have the answers for the questions you may have.
Teens and Young Adults
Teen/Young Adult Survivor Online Weekly Support Group: Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 4-5pm. Games, prizes, and Peer Support.
We offer several resources for your child to receive financial assistance to further their education.
We have several opportunities for people to get involved. Contact us to learn more.
Every patient, family and survivor is different. Above all, they need someone to care, listen and stay consistent in their life. Other things that are helpful are blankets, hats, etc.
There are several ways to support children and families who have cancer. Offer to clean their home, make dinners, offer a listening ear, provide transportation or sit with them while they go through treatments. The main thing is to be yourself and offer support where you can. Trust yourself and you will know what to do.