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At Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers (RMCC) our Supportive Care Program in collaboration with the national programming of the Cancer Support Community offers patients and their loved ones an expansive scope of services, for all diagnoses, across the cancer continuum.

How We Can Help

Our experienced, licensed oncology-trained clinical social workers are committed to ensuring that our patients have access to the psychological, social, practical, and spiritual support and resources they need. Services are provided in person, over the phone, or in a group setting, and do not require a referral from a physician or medical team. Clinical social workers are particularly helpful during significant transitions such as: new diagnosis, change in treatment, post-treatment survivorship, or end-of-life care.

Toll-free Cancer Support Helpline®
Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET.

Through our exclusive collaboration with the global nonprofit, the Cancer Support Community (CSC), our patients and their families also have access to CSC’s national programs including:

  • A toll-free Cancer Support Helpline®
  • Frankly Speaking About Cancer® educational podcasts, workshops and reference materials
  • MyLifeLine, an online community for patients and caregivers

These services are available across RMCC’s primary clinic locations with CSC satellite hubs being established at RMCC’s clinics in Lone Tree and Colorado Springs.

To learn more about the high quality and evidence based group programs we offer at no cost to patients and their families visit our events listing page.

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