Medical Services Cancer Care Cancer Resource Center Find a Location Find a Doctor Cancer Care Menu About Our Cancer Care Program Cancer Center Opening Your Cancer Care Team Your First Visit Breast Cancer Cancer Care Cancer Care Retail Pharmacy Cancer Treatments Paxman Scalp Cooling System Mesothelioma Treatment Radiation Therapy Center for Precision Medicine and Genomic Health BRCA Testing Hereditary Cancer Program Proactive Genetic Screening Clinical Research Integrative Oncology Palliative Care Patient Testimonials Resources Cancer Resource Center Clinical & Support Services Frequent Numbers Specialty Cancer Care Clinics Cardio-Oncology Neuro-oncology Tristate Gynecological Oncology Tobacco Cessation E-cigarette Education Nicotine Medication Nicotine Replacement Nicotine Therapy Saving on Medication Success Stories Tobacco Cessation Programs Tobacco Cessation Resources Having Cancer is Hard. Finding Help Shouldn’t Be. We don’t want anyone to feel that they have to fight cancer alone. That is why we partnered with the American Cancer Society to create the Cancer Resource Center to help patients face and conquer their non medical challenges related to a cancer diagnosis. The Cancer Resource Center is a partnership between the American Cancer Society and St. Elizabeth Healthcare. The Cancer Resource Center is a vital link in the entire cancer experience, not only for those diagnosed, but also for their families and caregivers. Cancer Resource Centers are typically located within cancer treatment facilities, with the goal of furnishing their patrons with the most up-to-date information possible about their individual cancer and resources available to them. The Center is staffed by volunteers, who have been both recruited and trained by the American Cancer Society and St. Elizabeth Healthcare. What is a Cancer Resource Center (CRC)? An American Cancer Society Cancer Resource Center is a designated space within the treatment facility where trained and certified volunteers provide support to cancer patients, their family members, and caregivers. Volunteers provide patients with vital information for understanding cancer, managing day to day through treatment and recovery, and finding the emotional support they need. When Are Volunteers Available? Volunteers with the Cancer Resource Center are available on: Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Thursday: Noon – 4:00 p.m. Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. How the Cancer Resource Center Helps You: Manage many aspects of your care such as finding information, day-to-day help and emotional support. We access national and local resources so you can get the hands-on help you need. You can rely on the quality and accuracy of our cancer information. You can rely on us to ensure courteous, confidential services. For More Information If you or a loved one would like to learn more about what the Cancer Resource Center has to offer, please call (859) 301-5476.