Carolyn's Compassionate Children (CCC)
Carolyn's Compassionate Children (CCC) is the premier source of financial information for college-bound cancer survivors. We are a comprehensive, accurate and positive community dedicated to improving the quality of life for young adult cancer survivors. We strive for an evolved community in which people and financial resources are united to give education and opportunity to young adult cancer survivors.
The Colon Club
The main goal is to educate as many people as possible, as early as possible, about colorectal cancer in interesting and out-of-the box ways. Our wishes are for people to have "colon talk" in their everyday lives, to know the risk factors and symptoms, and to get screened when it is appropriate for them.
Dreams of a Lifetime
Dreams of a Lifetime helps young adults diagnosed with cancer realize their dreams, providing them with hope, encouragement and inspiration. Dreams of a Lifetime for Cancer Patients is an organization which aims to make a difference in the lives of patients who have been diagnosed with cancer. Referrals are encouraged regardless of prognosis and dreams are sponsored at all stages of disease progression including diagnosis, treatment, remission, or palliation. The mission of our endeavor is to impart hope, encouragement, and inspiration by providing communities a framework that facilitates the realization of patients' dreams.
I’m Too Young For This
A pioneering, survivor-led advocacy, support and research organization working exclusively on behalf of survivors and care providers under the age of 40. Our mission is to end isolation and improve quality of life for young adults affected by cancer.content
Meghanhasocd Cancer Network
Promotes awareness and education for young adults with cancer while trying to raise money to start support groups for young adults dealing with cancer.
National Cancer Institutes: Portal for Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer
NCI's portal for adolescents and young adults provides a single access point to information. Learn about cancers that affect adolescents and young adults. Find a cancer center or clinical trial. Get help to cope. Connect with and learn about young adult cancer organizations. Call, email, or chat with us online.
A social networking website for young adults with cancer.
A peer support community for Young Adults going through the tremendously isolating experience of cancer between the ages of 18 and 40. On Planet Cancer, young adult patients and survivors connect 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through a dynamic and irreverent social networking website and face-to-face retreats.
Realtime Cancer - Young Adult Cancer Canada
A place where young adults dealing with cancer can connect, "share their sh*t" and support one another. If you're used to people who are understanding but not having people understand, this is the place for you.
Rise Above it
Children’s Oncology Services, Inc. offers camp experiences and educational programs throughout the year that allow children with cancer to just be kids. Our programs offer fun, friendship and support in a safe and nurturing environment.
SeventyK’s mission is to change cancer care by educating patients, families, and their healthcare providers about age-appropriate treatment and the unique needs of the adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer patient.
True North Treks
Is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of adolescent and young adult cancer survivors through contemplative and outdoor-based activities. Conducted in remote and beautiful wilderness destinations in the Pacific Northwest and other select locations in the United States, our treks involve the integration of hands-on learning, doing and being in discovery of each participant's True North.
The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults
The first and only support service of its kind, our Comprehensive Support Program for Young Adults Affected by Cancer (CSP) offers a support network that addresses the unique needs of this population.
Vital Options International
Is a not-for-profit cancer communications, support, and advocacy organization with a mission, to facilitate a global cancer dialogue. Founded in 1983, Vial Options was the first psychosocial and advocacy organization for young adults with cancer.
The Young Adult Cancer Survivors (YACS) of Smith Farm in Washington DC
Is a group for people in their 20s, 30s, and 40s who are living with cancer, as well as the caregivers and friends who support them. YACS of Smith Farm provides a forum for fellowship and meetings with creative and relevant topics ranging from integrative health and fertility choices to coping strategies, relationship issues, and everything in between.