Cancer Support Now, Inc

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For support and information call our Helpline at 505-255-0405 or 855-955-3500. All CSN support services are free.

We live in a community where no one has to go through cancer alone, whether as survivor or caregiver, whatever their needs may be. View Our Mission Statement

We are a community of survivors reaching out, supporting, educating and assisting survivors, their loved ones and caregivers.

August Newsletter is available. Check Reports page for detail.

Event: Hope and Healing Honors  View Info

Date: 09/24/2016

Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Reservation/Donation: click here

Nomination: click here

Consider being one of our sponsors for this event? Get the forms

I'VE SURVIVED CANCER... NOW WHAT? check out fact sheet.

Past Events:

Cancer Thriving and Surviving Workshop (02/23 - 03/29/2016) view flyer

Fifth Annual Living With & Beyond Cancer Conference (03/05/2016) Conferences Page

Autumn Social Event Games, Fun, Food (11/15/2015) view flyer

Caring for the Cancer Caregiver Workshop (10/24/2015, 11/07/2015)view flyer view flyer2

Caring for the Breast Cancer Caregiver (09/11/2015)view flyer

6th Annual Cancer Survivors Picnic (08/09/2015)view flyer

Fourth Annual Long-Term Effects of Cancer Survivorship Conference (03/28/2015)view flyer

Community cancer support advocates/navigators training(02/15/2015)view flyer

Caregiver and Peer Support Facilitator Training(01/22/2015 & 01/23/2015)view flyer

Support Group Facilitator Training(09/13/2014 & 09/20/2014)view flyer

5th Annual Cancer Survivor Picnic(07/26/2014) view flyer
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CSN, Cancer Survivors Offering Support

We offer our presence, a presence that listens without judgement, a presence that is comfortable with silence, tears and laughter, a presence that offers encouragement. Support is just that - - being there, listening attentively, accepting moments of silence, tears and laughter, encouraging without judgement. What is the gift we have to offer a support person ? We have a personal experience of cancer -- we understand and we are not afraid to be there to listen.