Call our Care Warmline
Available Monday-Friday, between 9 am and 5 pm
The Care Warmline is an interfaith volunteer-operated service that provides emotional and spiritual support for those who are facing cancer in their lives. Whether you would like to receive prayer, encouragement, or simply to be listened to, please give us a call. Conversations are confidential and callers need not disclose personal information.
Please note: this number is not intended for emergencies and our volunteers are not mental health professionals.
If you are experiencing difficulty in getting to and from medical appointments or essential locations such as the grocery store, one of our volunteers may be able to offer assistance.
We may also be able to arrange meal delivery services or help you to connect with local organizations that offer these services.
Please get in touch with us to discuss options.
If you would like to connect with others who are on a journey with cancer, we can help facilitate that connection with groups near you.
We also have opportunities for book clubs and activity groups. If you would like assistance in starting or joining one of these groups, please get in touch.
We seek to bring together individuals of all different faiths who share in the experience of cancer. In recognizing the importance of spiritual health, we encourage you to join our weekly prayer meetings, participate in interfaith discussions on cancer-related issues, and attend one of our “Light in the Darkness” services.