Below is a list of various local and national resources for breast cancer patients.
Cancer Support Community (CSC) Atlanta is a safe haven for cancer patients and their families and a place where they can find support, companionship, education, and most of all…hope. Cancer patients who come to the CSC Atlanta are referred to as "participants" and are encouraged to fight for their recovery by participating in their treatments.
Click here to find out more information on their current Cancer Support Groups including:
For more information visit cscatlanta.org or call 404-843-1880.
The Northside Hospital Cancer Institute (NHCI) Breast Cancer Program is one of the largest breast cancer programs in the country and one of the nation’s leading providers of breast cancer diagnostic and treatment services.
The Breast Cancer Program is accredited by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers, demonstrating our commitment to providing exceptional breast cancer care and support throughout each patient’s breast cancer journey.
Northside Hospital Cancer Institute's Support & Survivorship Services
Northside Hospital Cancer Institute provides numerous clinical support services; practical and emotional support services; cancer support groups; and, annual awareness, fundraising and survivor celebration events.
Click here for more information on all of our support and survivorship services.
Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta is the largest breast cancer-specific organization in the Southeast. They are the only organization with a 360-degree approach to fighting breast cancer on all fronts. They fund life-changing research, advocate for compassionate public policy and patient rights, empower people with fact-based information, ensure access to care, and provide the treatment assistance and emotional support patients need.
Click here to learn more about Susan G. Komen's local resources and support.
The goal of Breast360.org!, from The American Society of Breast Surgeons Foundation, is to engage, educate and empower our readers so that they will be better able to make informed decisions for their breast health care.