We know from 19 years of serving our community that the best way to support the overall wellbeing of the child, is to support the health and functioning of the family unit. We assess the specific needs of the family and stop at nothing to minimize the varying costs associated with cancer. Whether that’s providing mentorship, emergency financial assistance for housing, food, clothing, grief counseling, ocean therapy, art therapy, equine therapy or youth based support activities. In rare cases, we even help find families to adopt children if their single parent becomes terminal. Through our mentorship program, we continue to be the touch stone for that family and support them throughout their cancer journey.