Survivorship Resources

Learn about what’s available to you after diagnosis and treatment.

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Survivorship Resources

Resources to help you thrive

This is not a comprehensive list but a place to start. We recommend using online sources backed by research, like the ones listed here, and use your healthcare team as the primary source of information related to your health.

Survivorship and follow-up after treatment

American Cancer Society (Available in multiple languages)
National Cancer Institute (Available in multiple languages)
Cancer Care
Livestrong Foundation
Facing Forward: Life After Cancer Treatment booklet
American Institute for Cancer Research
Foundation for Women's Cancer
FORCE - Facing Hereditary Cancer Empowered

Insurance, employment, finances

Legacy Health financial assistance
Triage Cancer
Cancer and Careers

Emotional health

Find a therapist (Psychology Today)\
A guide for finding a therapist
Emotions and Cancer - NCI
Lifeline (
Fear of recurrence


Cook for Your Life
Cancer-Fighting Kitchen
Cancer Dietitian

Physical activity

Physical Activity and Cancer Fact Sheet

Young survivors (45 and under)

Young Survival Coalition
Stupid Cancer 
Cactus Cancer Society

Sexual health

Self-image and sexuality
Find a certified sex counselor or therapist
Female Sexual Health and Intimacy After Cancer
Male Sexual Health and Intimacy After Cancer 
Sexual Health and Intimacy Issues Affecting Couples After Cancer


Sexual side effects and fertility
Livestrong fertility program


National LGBT Cancer Network

Thriving beyond cancer

Anticancer lifestyle program
Smoking cessation
Clean living consumer guides

Family and caregiver resources

Bright Spot Network
Help for Cancer Caregivers
Cancer Support Helpline
Children's books dealing with cancer
Helping children when someone they know has cancer