Charlotte Maxwell (Oakland)
This state-licensed health clinic provides free complementary treatments to low-income women with cancer, including acupuncture, homeopathy, massage, therapeutic imagery.

California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Breast Health Center
The Center provides breast diagnostic and support services, including screening, breast ultrasound, image guided biopsy procedures, and breast health education.

Chinatown Public Health Center
A part of the San Francisco Department of Public Health that provides comprehensive primary care services to all ages with a focus on the Chinese community.

Latina Breast Cancer Agency- Latinabc
The Agency conducts outreach to Latinas, provides access to free screening and treatment, as well as provides emotional support.

The San Francisco Cancer Initiative (SF CAN)
The San Francisco Cancer Initiative (SF CAN) is a collaborative effort to reduce cancer in San Francisco by engaging health care systems, government, community leaders, and residents.

UCSF Mount Zion Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center
Designed specifically to meet the needs of patients with breast problems, breast cancer, or general concerns about breast health.

Womens Cancer Resource Center
Empowers women with cancer to be active and informed consumers and survivors as well as provides a community for women with cancer and their supporters. Provides therapy, cooking classes, and many more monthly activities.

Project Open Hand
The Program provides food to improve the quality of life for homebound and critically ill people, including those with breast cancer.

Círculo de Vida
Offers a variety of support programs to Latinos living with cancer. The program also provides professional therapy individually and in a group setting.

Instituto Familiar de la Raza
IFR provides health & wellness programs & services targeting the San Francisco Latino community. We are committed to addressing the most difficult issues impacting our community, whether that is HIV, violence, family disputes, trauma, or other behavioral & mental health issues.

Anna’s Program, Hospice And Palliative Care Of Contra Costa (Concord)Provides emotional, practical, and spiritual support to women with advanced breast cancer who need assistance in their homes.

Breast Health Access For Women With Disabilities (Berkeley)
A community partnership of women with disabilities, breast cancer survivors, discussing CBD products and there many uses & types.

UCSF Fertility Preservation Clinic (Bay Area)
Is focused on quickly providing you with the information you need to make educated decisions about your fertility preservation options prior to cancer treatment.

Bay Area Cancer Connections (Palo Alto)
Bay Area Cancer Connections supports anyone affected by breast or ovarian cancer with personalized services that inform and empower.

Hers Breast Cancer Foundation (Fremont)
Promotes the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of women, girls, and families through charitable services that promote greater access to education, advocacy, and support.

Latina Breast Cancer Agency
A website and blog featuring free information on cancer and cancer treatments happening around the world.

Zero Breast Cancer
An organization dedicated to finding the causes and stopping the epidemic of breast cancer, through community-based participatory research, education, and public policy advocacy.

National Lymphedema Network (Oakland)
Provides education and guidance to patients, health care providers, and the public on the prevention and management of primary and secondary lymphedema.

Queen of The Valley Hospital
Cancer support group in Napa.

Gynecologic/Ovarian Cancer Support Group- John Muir
A support group for women with a diagnosis of a gynecologic malignancy. The session is facilitated by a psychologist. A gynecology oncology nurse also participates and provides information regarding treatment. Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month from 11am-12:30pm. Please call (925) 933-0107 for more information or to register.

Breast Cancer Support Group- John Muir
A support group for women coping with breast cancer. Guest oncology experts present information and group support provides tools to assist in coping and sharing experiences. Meets every second Thursday of the month from 11am-12:30pm.Please call (925) 933-0107 for more info or to register

Grupos De Apoyo Emocional en Espanol (Spanish-speaking Cancer Support Group)- John Muir
El Cancer Support Community Grupo de apoyo es para pacientes con cancer. Para más información, llame a Cyndi Lezcano al número 1 (800) 566-0477.Obtenga más información sobre Grupos de Apoyo para el Cáncer.

Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Support Group- John Muir
Are you BRCA1 or BRCA2-positive and in need of support? Specifically for women at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer, this support group will provide emotional support as well as practical resources. These every-other-month group meetings create a safe atmosphere to learn and bond with others who understand what you’re going through. This group assists women in adjusting to new genetic information and allows women to learn from each other about how to move forward in positive and life-affirming ways. The support group also has a confidential email tree to provide support and information in between meetings. Call (925) 947-3322 for more information.

Find Care
A quick way to find free/low cost/sliding scale clinics.

UCSF Ida and Joseph Friend Cancer Resource Center
The Cancer Resource Center supports wellness and healing by providing patients and their loved ones with information, emotional support, and community resources.

The C.A.R.E. Program is designed for people with cancer who receive their care and treatment at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. Through the C.A.R.E. Program, people diagnosed with cancer receive education and For more information about the C.A.R.E. program, please call: (415) 206-7464 support, as well as a free, healthy, and delicious meal every week.
Providers may refer patients to the C.A.R.E. program on e-Referral through the ZSFG C.A.R.E. clinic.
The C.A.R.E. program is available in English, Spanish and Chinese. The fall series schedule is as follows:
♥ Chinese group: Mondays at 1:30 – 4:00PM beginning Summer 2016
♥ English group: Tuesdays at 5:30-7:30PM beginning Summer 2016
♥ Spanish group: Thursdays at 5:30-7:30PM beginning Summer 2016
All groups take place in the Community Wellness Program located at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, 1001 Potrero Ave., main hospital building, second floor, Room 2D35, across from the cafeteria.