Cancer Support Community Montana is pleased to provide a Virtual Community to help people affected by cancer who are not able to come to programs in person but live in Montana. Here are some options for blogs, discussion boards, and education – all monitored and developed by Cancer Support Community Montana and our parent company.
Many of our programs are offered virtually to help you attend where ever you are located. On the calendar, if you see a wifi symbol, the program is available virtually. If you do not have a computer, laptop, ipad or other device, CSCMT can help you find a way to participate.
We can also teach you how to use Zoom, the HIPPA protected platform that connects us together. Contact (406) 582-1600 or email@example.com to learn more.
MyLifeLine exists to easily connect cancer patients and caregivers with friends and family in order to reduce stress, anxiety and isolation. By creating your own private website, our goal is to help you find hope, regain control, document your journey, and receive social, emotional, and practical support from friends and family throughout the treatment process and beyond.
On MyLifeLine discussion boards, you can connect with others like you. Share your unique cancer experiences and offer insights, coping strategies and inspiration. Covering a wide range of topics like coping with side effects of cancer treatment, nutrition with cancer, and caregiver support, our discussion boards are moderated by licensed mental health professionals and are available 24/7.
During business hours of the work week, you can always reach a live person right here in Montana at (406) 582-1600 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to talk with someone outside of these times, you can call the Cancer Support Community Helpline at: (888) 793-9355