Helpful Resources

The Seany Foundation is here for you during and beyond your cancer journey. We know how important it is for patients, siblings, parents, grandparents, etc to feel supported and loved. Through programs like Seany’s Camp Reach for the Sky, C.A.R.E.S., Art from the Heart, Junior Council, and more, there is always somewhere for you to find what you’re looking for and make longterm thriver-ship a reality.

Resources for parents

Here are some helpful ways to connect with other parents, volunteers and The Seany Foundation all year round
Help your family move forward after a cancer diagnosis.

See valuable tips for families dealing with childhood cancer from the American Cancer Society.

Useful advice for parents of children with cancer.

Find out about caring for the physical and emotional needs of your child, as well as those of your family and yourself, with help from the National Cancer Institute.

Practical info on childhood cancer for you and your family.

Download an in-depth guide for parents of children with cancer created by the National Cancer Institution.

How to maintain your own self-care as a caregiver.

Use this essential booklet from the National Cancer Institute for info on how to care for yourself while tending to the needs of a loved one.

The transition into life after cancer.

Find survivorship info for post-treatment challenges from the National Children’s Cancer Society.

Stories from fellow childhood cancer survivors.

Remember that you are not alone in the fight against cancer with inspirational videos from other survivors and their families.

Resources for kids and teens

Help your child understand and deal with cancer.

Get free, professional support for parents, children and adolescents affected by cancer from CancerCare for Kids.

Tools for teens coping with cancer.

Find support and advice specifically tailored to teens affected by cancer from Cancer Really Sucks.

Tips for teenaged siblings of kids with cancer.

Download this helpful guide from the National Cancer Institution developed just for teens who have a brother or sister with cancer.

Advice for teens with a parent who has cancer.

Get info on dealing with a parent’s cancer diagnosis from the National Cancer Institution’s booklet for teens.

A support group exclusively for teens affected by cancer.

Connect with others who understand what you’re going through on Group Loop, an online safe space for teens.

Important Contacts
American Cancer Society
Cancer Helpline: 1-800-227-2345
National Cancer Institute
Toll-free number: 1-800-4-CANCER
American Childhood Cancer Organization
Toll-free number: 1-855-858-226
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer
Toll-free number: 1-800-458-6223
Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego
Phone: 1-858-576-1700
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