You are not alone, and many people who have gone before you want to help you with their experience, hope and strength. We partner with many Indianapolis support and resource organizations that offer professional and personal guidance and assistance through the cancer journey.
St.Vincent Cancer Care Support Groupswww.OurFightAgainstCancer.com/Calendar(317) 338-4YOU (4978)
Our supportive caregivers provide guidance and education to cancer survivors and their loved ones as they navigate life after treatment.
American Cancer Society – Indianapolis Chapterwww.cancer.org(800) 227-2345Provides information, day-to-day help through treatment and recovery and emotional support through the entire cancer experience.
American Lung Association – Indiana(317) 819-1181Working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, advocacy and research.
Brooke’s Place for Grieving Young People(317) 705-9650Provides support and services to grieving children and families.
The Cancer Support Community – Central Indiana(317) 257-1505Free psychosocial support groups, education, stress management and social activities for adult cancer patients and families.
CML Connection™ - Indianapolis(877) 431-2573, x711www.nationalcmlsociety.orgDedicated to improving the lives of individuals living with chronic myeloid leukemia (CML), diminishing suffering for both patient/survivor and caregiver, and uniting the voice of the CML community in the United States.
The Common Bond(317) 895-6095Prostate cancer support group.
Families Living With Cancer(317) 338-4YOU (4968)Educational and support group at St. Vincent that will help increase your understanding of the variety of support services available to the patient and family. The facilitators of the group are a clinically trained social worker and an oncology-certified nurse.
Family Support Group(317) 875-4675 or (317) 338-4007For patients' families coping with a terminal illness.
Family Support Meeting(317) 929-8611For family members and caregivers of seriously and terminally ill loved ones.
Indiana Women in Need (IWIN) Foundation (317) 475-0565Provides resources for women in need, including personal errands, childcare, housekeeping, pet care, transportation and more. Toll free: 1(866) 900-IWIN;
Leukemia Lymphoma Society(317) 726-2270Dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services. LLS's mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of lifeof patients and their families.
Little Red Door Cancer Agency(317) 925-5595Helps qualified cancer patients and their families by providing transportation, expendable supplies, durable medical equipment, patient advocacy, financial assistance, and free or reduced cost cancer screening.
Look Good...Feel Better(800) 227-2345Classes for women in active treatment to counteract the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. Offered by your American Cancer Society..
Meals on Wheels or Home Delivered Meals(317) 633-6325You may qualify for a meal service if you are unable to prepare or shop for your food.
Ovar'Coming Together(317) 925-6643Indiana's ovarian cancer resource organization. Toll-Free: (855) 855-OVAR;
Pink Ribbon Connection (317) 663-8750Provide resources, services and access to care for those touched by breast cancer, especially the medically underserved.
Partners in Wellness(317) 925-5595 or (317) 257-1505A cancer support group by the Little Red Door Cancer Agency and Cancer Support Community — Central Indiana.
Outrun The Sun (317) 253-2121 Educates about preventive measures and support research to reduce melanoma rates.
Reach to Recovery(800) 227-2345One on one support for breast cancer patients with a trained breast cancer survivor who has undergone a similar experience. Offered by your American Cancer Society.
Road to Recovery(800) 227-2345Transportation for cancer patients to and from cancer treatments and doctor's appointments. Offered by the American Cancer Society.
Sisters Network Inc. of Indianapolis(317) 823-1466Indianapolis chapter of national African American breast cancer survivorship organization.
Support for People with Oral and Head and Neck Cancer (SPOHNC)Indianapolis – NorthMarion County Public LibraryLawrence BranchLast Tuesday 7:00-9:00 PMJohn Groves (317) 872-6674Jgroves14@comcast.netIndianapolis – SouthSt. Francis Education Center1st. Thursday 7:00 PMJanice Leak, MSN, APRN-BC, AOCN(317) 782-6704Janice.Leak@ssfhs.orgTerre HauteHux Cancer Center3rd Tuesday, 4:30 PMMary Ryan, SP (812) 234-9584Maryryan2@juno.com
Susan G. Komen for the CureFunds innovative breast cancer research. Sponsors Komen Race for the Cure.(317) 638-CURE (2873)
Young Survival Coalition of Central IndianaDedicated to the unique issues of young women and breast cancer. Provides newly diagnosed kits (317) 682.HOPE (4673)
Boone CountyBoone County Cancer Society, Lebanon (765) 483-2043Helping Her Heal Fund (Female Cancers), Zionsville (317) 873-0210; (765) 482-0024
Lake CountyCancer Resource Centre, Munster (219) 836-3349
Delaware CountyCancer Services of Delaware County/Little Red Door, Muncie (765) 284-9063
Grant CountyCancer Services of Grant County, Marion, (765) 664-6815
Hamilton CountyCancer Services of Hamilton County, Noblesville, (317) 776-1519
Huntington CountyCancer Services for Huntington (260) 356-2399
Allen CountyCancer Services of Northeast Indiana, Fort Wayne, (260) 484-9560
LaGrangeLaGrange County Cancer Society, LaGrange (260) 463-3126
Monroe CountyOlcott Center for Cancer Education, Bloomington, IN (812) 353-5669
Porter CountyPorter County Cancer Society, Inc., Valparaiso (219) 462-7466
SouthbendRiverbend Cancer Services, South Bend (574) 287-4197
SteubenSteuben County Cancer Association, Angola (260) 665-5237
ElkhartUnited Cancer Services of Elkhart County, Inc., Elkhart (574) 875-5158
WabashWabash County Cancer Society, Manchester (260) 982-2668
More than 75 people, ages 2 to 90, contributed to the Cancer Center’s first mosaic. The Women of Hope, who raise money for cancer patients at St.Vincent, funded this mosaic and will support more mosaics to be created for the inpatient and outpatient cancer treatment areas. Artist-in-Resident Joani Rothenberg oversees the creations.About the Cancer Center mosaic…