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Community Partners


From education and advocacy to financial assistance and emotional support, the services these organizations provide are absolutely essential to the well-being of Cancer Care Northwest’s patients and their families.

American Cancer Society: The American Cancer Society (ACS) provides education, advocacy and support for cancer patients and their families in the Inland Northwest.

American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network: The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is a national cancer advocacy organization that works to make cancer issues a national priority through grassroots, lobbying and media campaigns.

Because There Is Hope: Because There Is Hope understands that traveling for treatment is both costly and exhausting. Because of this, they work to connect patients with host homes for a place of rest during recovery and treatment.  Additionally, Because There Is Hope welcomes patients and caregivers to the safe haven known as Faye’s House. When the challenges of the day are through, their mission is to help patients come home to a comfortable and supportive community.

Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program (BCCHP): BCCHP is an early detection program providing free breast, cervical, and colon cancer screening to low-income people in Washington state.

Cancer Care Northwest Foundation: Cancer Care Northwest Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps Inland Northwest cancer patients and their families through educational, emotional and financial support.

Community Cancer Fund: The Community Cancer Fund was founded by a group of passionate community leaders determined to fight cancer at the local level working collaboratively with existing regional cancer organizations to fund gaps in services and benefit Inland Northwest families.

Every Woman Can: Every Woman Can is a local organization that inspires, educates and advocates for breast cancer awareness throughout the Inland Northwest. They raise funds to grant into local community organizations who provide increased breast health education, facilitation of patient navigation and support to survivors. 

Hospice of Spokane: Hospice of Spokane is a non-profit organization that provides care for terminally ill people of all ages and bereavement support for their loved ones.