Cancer Resource Center
American Cancer Society Cancer Resource Center
When diagnosed with cancer, it can be overwhelming to collect information about treatment, support groups, social services and community programs that may help you on your journey. At the American Cancer Society Cancer Resource Center, patients and their loved ones have free access to all this information and support in one place.
Located within Willamette Valley Cancer Institute’s Country Club Road location, the Cancer Resource Center is staffed by American Cancer Society volunteers who will help you find information and identify programs that can help in your fight against cancer.
A relaxing and comfortable space, the Cancer Resource Center offers a computer workstation with Internet access so you can research cancer-related information. Browse the library of disease and treatment-specific information, and learn about American Cancer Society programs like transportation assistance, temporary housing and related support services, such as Reach to Recovery and Look Good Feel Better! More information about local ACS patient support programs is available here.
Where: Willamette Valley Cancer Institute, 520 Country Club Road, Eugene, Ore.
Who: The Cancer Resource Center is staffed by American Cancer Society volunteers and provides free support and information to patients and their loved ones.
When: Volunteers are in the center form 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. No appointment is necessary.
Contact: For more information, please contact Charlie Johnson, American Cancer Society Great West Division, 541-434-3114 or Charlie.Johnson@cancer.org. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org. For 24/7 support, you can call American Cancer Society at 1-800-227-2345.