Resources

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Find resources and organizations that specialize in supporting young adults and teens navigating cancer treatment

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Theravive

Theravive is a network of licensed therapists and psychologists committed to helping people receive the best mental health care available.  Through building bridges with others, we continually strive to lower mental health stigma.

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Ulman Foundation

Ulman Foundation provides direct services for adolescents and young adults impacted by cancer (15-39) including one on one support, exercise programming, college scholarships, and free lodging at Ulman House in Baltimore, MD.

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Elephants and Tea

Elephants and Tea is the only magazine written for and by Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer patients, survivors and caregivers telling their story in their own words. Cancer is the Elephant in the room. Tea is the relief the magazine provides. Elephants and Tea’s mission is to help AYA patients, survivors and caregivers experience relief through self-expression, inspire others during their cancer journey and connect with supportive organizations across the nation. Be Heard. Join The Herd.

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Coupon Chief

We've provided our research on special offers and discounts available to people with disabilities in our series of guides to help you find ways to save money.

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United States Department of Labor

If you are looking for information to promote an inclusive workforce and increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities, please visit the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) homepage. To find additional disability information, we recommend using publicly available search engines and visiting the following links.

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Disability Rights Legal Center

Founded in 1975, Disability Rights Legal Center (DRLC) is a 501C-3 non-profit, public interest advocacy organization that champions the civil rights of people with disabilities as well as those affected by cancer and other serious illnesses. DRLC is a leader in bringing cutting-edge cases to court and in winning victories to protect and to expand the rights of people to help eliminate discrimination and other legal barriers.

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Health Care Rights Initiative

HCRI is a group of patients, caregivers, physicians and attorneys who have personally suffered from the way that private and employer-provided health insurance is currently administered. We have argued with our insurance companies while lying in hospitals stricken with cancer. We have had gravely ill children improperly discharged from hospitals because the insurance company denied covered benefits. Those of us who are physicians have wasted countless hours trying to get coverage for critical medications and procedures for our patients when the few advocates and resources available to us were prohibitively expensive.

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The Cassie Hines Shoes Cancer Foundation

Our mission is to guide young adults with cancer, to social support programs and services that can help them manage their mental healing as well as their physical battle.

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New Day Foundation For Families

New Day serves the cancer community by alleviating the financial and emotional burdens caused by a cancer diagnosis, through our trusted financial assistance and counseling programs.

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