Providing Strength Through Support

Welcome to Cancer Services! Our mission is to provide personal and compassionate support to cancer patients and their caregivers in our community. As an independent agency serving residents since 1948, we are focused on meeting basic, non-medical needs in ways that help people reduce stress and stay strong throughout the cancer journey. Services are free and apply to all income levels. Please scroll to learn more.

How We Help the Community

We provide unique services that help patients, caregivers, and
families cope with cancer emotionally and physically.
All services are free of charge and full of respect.


Emotional Support


Non-Medical Supplies


Wellness Activities


Financial Aid

Transportation


Caregiver Support

Getting Through Cancer: One Family’s Experience

Three Ways YOU Can Help

1. Join Fun Fundraisers

Participate in several fun community fundraising events to fund the Cancer Services mission – from the Dinner on Main and Golf Challenge to our Holiday Style Show and Spring Soiree.

2022 Dinner on Main

2022 Golf-a-thon

2022 Holiday Luncheon & Style Show

2. Donate Time

Join more than 150 generous volunteers like you to help over 600 cancer patients facing cancer every year.

3. Donate Dollars

We also greatly appreciate donations by phone, mail, or online to help those struggling with cancer. Every single dollar makes a very positive difference.

What People Say

Cancer Services has restored my faith in humanity and has shown that there is still so much good in this world. Nobody should ever have to go through this alone, and you’ve made this so much easier for me.

– Richard C.

What People Say

Cancer Services has been a blessing for my friend with cancer, for all of us, and for me especially. I am not sure if I would still be sane if not for Cancer Services. To say thank you simply isn’t enough.

– Linda B. (caregiver)

What People Say

Unbelievable organization made up of the finest people helping others that have had their lives completely changed by cancer. My appreciation runs all the way to my soul!

– Chris R.