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Wayne Resource Guide Cancer Services


American Cancer Society Help Line
800.227.2345
TTY 866.228.4327
www.cancer.org
The American Cancer Society's National Cancer Information Center (NCIC) is a nationwide help line open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, that answers calls and e-mails from cancer patients, family members, friends of cancer patients, and others who have questions about cancer.

Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester
1048 University Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607
585.473.8177
www.bccr.org
Support to those touched by a diagnosis of breast cancer, to make access to information and care a priority through education and advocacy, and to empower women and men to participate fully in decisions relating to breast cancer.

Cancer_Services.jpgCancer Resource Center at NWCH
PO Box 111, Newark
315.332.2255
www.rochestergeneral.org
Free mammograms, Pap Smears and colorectal cancer screenings for area women age 50-64 years. Free colorectal cancer screenings for men age 50-64 years. Must be a Wayne County resident and have no or limited insurance coverage. Diagnostic and treatment services also available. Call to schedule appointment. Funded by Cancer Service Program.

Cancer Services Program
NYS Department of Health
Bureau of Chronic Disease Control
150 Broadway, 3 West, Albany
518.474.1222
www.health.ny.gov
Educational Materials
The Cancer Services Program strives to increase public and provider awareness about the importance of guideline-concordant cancer screening; assist underserved populations to access and navigate available cancer screening, diagnostic and treatment services through partnerships with health care providers, health departments and community organizations; and integrate guidance-driven, quality preventive cancer screening into the care received by the women and men of New York State. We look forward to working with you to increase the proportion of women and men in New York State who are up-to-date on recommended preventive cancer screenings. Please follow the Educational Material link for all our information material online.

Cleaning for a Reason
PO Box 146, Lewisville, TX
877.337.3348
www.cleaningforareason.org
This nonprofit offers free professional housecleaning, and maid services to improve the lives of women undergoing treatment for cancer - any type of cancer. Cleaning service is FREE - once per month for 4 months while she is in treatment. All she has to do is sign up and have her doctor fax a note confirming the treatment. Cleaning for a Reason will have a participating maid service in her zip code area arrange for the service. This organization serves the entire USA and currently has 547 partners to help women.

CSH_web_ad.jpgClifton Springs Hospital & Clinic
2 Coulter Rd., Clifton Springs
315.462.9561
www.cliftonspringshospital.org
Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic provides emergency, acute and primary care to residents and visitors of the Finger Lakes Region. Specialties include joint replacement, hyperbaric wound care, diabetes education, cancer treatment and behavioral health care. Inpatient Mental Health and Addictions Recover programs are available at the Hospital's main campus while Outpatients are also served in Macedon and Canandaigua. Family practices are accepting new patients on the main campus and at the Pal-Mac Medical Center in Macedon. Off-site lab specimen draw stations are located in Newark and Seneca Falls.

FLROC_1_ad.jpgFinger Lakes Radiation Oncology Center
7 Ambulance Dr., Clifton Springs
315.462.5711
www.flrocenter.com
Provides guidance through the cancer journey. Board-certified radiation oncologist and radiation therapists. Supportive environment.

Gilda's Club Rochester New York
255 Alexander St. Rochester
585.423.9072
www.gildasclubrochester.org
Provides a meeting place for men, women and children living with cancer, along with their family and friends. They join with others to build social and emotional support as a supplement to medical care. Free of charge and non-profit, Gilda's Club offers support and networking groups, lectures, workshops and social events in a non-residential, homelike setting.

Hope Lodge Hospitality House
1120 South Goodman St. Rochester
800.227.2345
www.cancer.org/hopelodge
One of 31 Hope Lodges in the country, the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge Hospitality House provides free lodging for cancer patients and caregivers and low cost housing for non-cancer guests in a supportive environment. Eligibility Patients/caregivers must be age 18+, patient must reside 30 miles from Hope Lodge facility. Guest Services Include: Kitchen utensils, dishes, glassware, cookware, linens and towels, laundry, and all housekeeping. Amenities Include: Housekeeping, library, fitness area, .5 mile walking path with gardens, safe and quiet home away from home for patients as they seek care and cope with cancer diagnosis, non-denominational chapel and nurturing environment. Hope Lodge is complimentary for all patients for the duration of the stay, nominal fee for non-cancer guests may apply



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