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Informational & Support Resources

One of our core beliefs is that patients should know as much as possible about their disease and how to live with it. Not knowing where to go for help can be frustrating. For your convenience we have compiled a list of resources that can provide a variety of services for you and your family and the latest information about your cancer and treatment. As you face the emotional and physical challenges that occur with your diagnosis and treatment, support from others can be essential to your well-being and a healthy lifestyle. In our community and beyond, there are many organizations that offer assistance and emotional support to those fighting cancer.

Support Organizations

Browse organizations offered in our community with programs designed to provide support services for our patients

Wichita Cancer Foundation

The Wichita Cancer Foundation provides financial assistance for cancer patients whose care is initiated or received in Sedgwick County.


Victory In The Valley

Victory in the Valley is a unique cancer support organization providing self-help groups, transportation to doctor visits, hair care/ wigs and lodging assistance to cancer patients. Their statewide network of volunteers has helped thousands of patients to learn to “Live with Cancer!”


Leukemia and Lymphoma Society - Mid-America Chapters

The Kansas Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of America is a statewide organization which provides financial support to patients for medication and transportation to treatment facilities. Phone: (316) 262-2417.


American Cancer Society Local Chapters

The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem.

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The Ronald McDonald House

Keeping families with sick children close to each other and the care and resources they need. Find a location in Kansas.

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YMCA: Livestrong Foundation Program

The LIVESTRONG™ at the YMCA program is FREE for cancer survivors from the day of diagnosis. No membership required. The program offers
adults affected by cancer a safe, supportive environment to participate in physical and social activities focused on strengthening the whole person.

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CCK Patient Assistance team

CCK offers Patient Assistance counseling services for additional support

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CCK Research Partners

Our Research Partners' websites are also excellent informational cancer resources.

CCK Research Program

Hair Care Resources

Browse local hair care alternative organizations.

Other online resources are available such as wig catalogs that you can locate using an internet search.