"BCRC has opened so many connections for me with others on this journey. Helped me feel confident in the decisions, Helped me to deal with the constant challenges of the ride, & helped me to keep laughing, and yes even dancing." - Tiffany Shropshire, BCRC client
"I didn't think that I would ever call the BCRC for help. Now, I am not sure what I would do without them." - Christina Duhon, BCRC client, Stage IV lifer
"With the help of BCRC I was able to figure out which treatment was best for me. I don't think I would have felt as confident about my decision without the calm and reflective help I received from the staff of BCRC. - Debi Martin, BCRC client
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Whether you just found out you have breast cancer or received your diagnosis years ago, we are here to help. We’ll match you with a BCRC Navigator - another woman whose personal experience with breast cancer makes her the perfect guide to help you chart a course that’s right for you.
BCRC Navigators are here to meet your needs. She’ll provide guidance, support, and help you access the community resources appropriate for your situation. Whether you need help for an hour or all day, she’ll be by your side in all the moments that count.
BCRC Support Circles - offered online and in-person - provide an important emotional outlet. It gives you the opportunity to cry or be angry, to share moments of joy and triumph, and to expand your circle of support.
Give the Gift of Hope
Breast cancer is a complex disease and the information we rely on today is subject to change with the next scientific breakthrough. BCRC offers a variety of educational opportunities to make sure you have access to the most up-to-date, relevant, and accurate information.
Coping with Breast Cancer
Finding out you have breast cancer is a life-changing event, and coming to terms with your diagnosis can involve a whirlwind of emotions. BCRC's Coping with Breast Cancer provides a safe place for you to recognize and express your fears and concerns within a community of other women that have also been diagnosed with breast cancer.
After Breast Cancer
The end of treatment often brings a variety of emotions and challenges. After Breast Cancer focuses on issues related to the survivorship phase of breast cancer, particularly the long-term side effects associated with cancer treatment and the development of a comprehensive follow-up care plan.
Educate & Empower
BCRC is dedicated to increasing the level of understanding women possess across a broad array of subjects related to breast cancer. The Educate & Empower series offers the chance to dive deep into a specific area and learn directly from a healthcare expert.
BCRC is committed to improving the breast health of women throughout our community. Our goal is to ensure every woman has access to factual education about their breast health, as well free or low-cost clinical breast exams and mammography services on a yearly basis.
Give the Gift of Hope
Because we understand the true costs associated with cancer, BCRC offers an array of assistance programs to ease both personal and financial burdens. Our assistance programs offer help in the following areas:
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