PO BOX 21008 | Chicago, IL 60621 | (312) 574-3053 

Services

Breast cancer Education and Awareness Movement (BEAM):

is a 12-week Community Health Educator training program which expands the economic opportunities for women in medically under-served communities across Chicagoland.

Sisters Thriving Together

is an outreach, education and navigation program

aimed to increase access to and timely use of

quality cancer screening services.

Survivors' Day of Beauty

is a community event for cancer survivors aimed to provide key information regarding survivorship from medical providers, as well as, screening and resources from exhibitors. Survivors receive free bras, prosthesis and wigs in addition to many other resources to supports to improve quality of life post treatment.

 

Survivors Support Group:

  • Monthly cancer survivors support group meeting is held the second Tuesday of the month at Mile Square Englewood Clinic. This is one few support group meetings for minority cancer survivors on the southside of the city.

  • Navigation  - One-on-one support to eliminate social isolation, financial issues, carers support.  To restore your personal wellbeing, reach your treatment goals, and maintain independence.  (Referral Based)