TO OUR COALITION SURVIVORS, THRIVERS, FRIENDS, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY-AT-LARGE:
Though we have been assured that the COVID-19 pandemic is now behind us, the virus and its variants continue to circulate, and vaccines continue. We welcome visitors and in-person program participants to our facility. However, for the safety of our staff and our breast and gynecologic cancer survivor community, many of whom are immunocompromised due to their cancer treatment, we ask that you do not enter the office if you have any signs or symptoms of a communicable illness such as a cold or the flu. Masking is optional; however, it is required if you have been exposed to anyone with an illness, even though you may be asymptomatic at the time.
Our staff members are all working on site. We are continuing our hybrid model of programming – hosting programs on virtual platforms and in person — so we can continue to reach survivors throughout the region we serve. Learn more about our programs.
We are fortunate to have the technology that allows us to continue serving our survivor community in the ways that are best for them. We are committed to ongoing availability via telephone, face-to-face encounters in person and via platforms such as Zoom, scheduled on-site appointments, our social media, website, and a variety of other means. We are also open for walk-in clients who need scarves, hats, and other resource materials, although the courtesy of a phone call in advance of your arrival would be greatly appreciated.
We will continue to pay attention to health guideline updates issued by the CDC and Monroe County, among others, and will share updates as they are released.
Cancer doesn’t stop and neither will we. Your support is greatly appreciated – at any time! Please consider a gift. All the funds raised by the Coalition stay local to help individuals in our community. Thank you.
Holly Anderson, Executive Director