Resources for Mental Health

A breast cancer diagnosis and everything that follows can take a toll on your mental well-being.  The following organizations may provide assistance with your mental health.

Although we have provided a short description, programs and fund availability can change.  Please contact the organization for more information on eligibility and how to apply.

The Cancer Survivors Network is a peer support community for cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, families, and friends! CSN is a safe place to connect with others who share your interests and experiences. 

Bright Pink offers education and peer support to high-risk previvors, survivors and caregivers.

Casting for Recovery provides healing outdoor retreats for women with breast cancer, at no cost to the participants.

Epic Experience Beyond Cancer provides free week-long adventure camps in Colorado for adult cancer survivors and thrivers. They accept all applicants 18+ no matter where they are in their cancer journey.

Living Beyond Breast Cancer offers breast cancer support & helpline and support groups.

Published by Georgetown University’s School of Nursing, this article delves into signs, symptoms and sollutions for managing your mental health after a cancer diagnosis.

The National Breast Cancer Foundation offers virtual support groups nationwide, chemo messages of encouragement during treatment.

Sharsheret offers support, education, and information for newly diagnosed women and men, BRCA positive support and genetic counseling, peer support, and support for caregivers.

The HelpLine offers support and guidance addressing feelings and emotional concerns.

Providing support and forums for those diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer.

With a focus on women diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 40, the YSC offer support groups and meetups for young adults with breast cancer.