Welcome to the Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC)

The BCRC office has remained closed for the last two years to maintain the health and wellbeing of our clients and staff.  We wish nothing more than to see our clients in person and we will continue to review the situation as it changes.  For the time being, all employees will continue to work from home, but we will physically close our office at 4807 Spicewood Springs Rd.  Our clients can continue to connect with us as they have been for the last two years by calling, texting, and emailing.  We will continue our virtual support groups and we’ll revisit in-person groups in collaboration with community partners as it becomes safe to do so.  Don’t forget our Facebook groups are a great way to connect with peers.

Newly diagnosed

From the moment you receive a diagnosis, there are so many decisions to make and situations to face. You’d like to know what you can expect.

In Treatment

Treatment for breast cancer has become so complex. Multiple providers, drug therapies, chemo, radiation, surgery; you’d like to know how to sort it all out.

After Treatment

You’ve crossed the finish line. The dust has somewhat settled, but your life will never be the same. You’d like to know what happens now.

Living with Cancer

Breast cancer is part of your life. It isn’t going away and treatment will never end. You’d like to know how to live fully in the face of this disease.

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BCRC is hiring!

The BCRC Board of Directors seeks an Executive Director (ED) to be responsible for the overall operations of the organization and continue the success and growth of patient navigation services that provide individualized care from the moment of diagnosis, through treatment and into survivorship. The ED will manage a total team of 15, with three direct reports: a Director of Operations, a Chief Development Officer, and a Chief Program Officer.  In addition, the ED will work closely with the 14-member BCRC Board.

Requirements include the following:

  • At least five years of senior management experience, preferably in a nonprofit environment; ED or CEO experience preferred.
  • Minimum five years of experience in fiscal management and oversight, including budget development, cash flow, and fund development.
  • Three years of experience proactively working with a Board.
  • Experience as a cancer services advocate or a deep understanding of issues faced by individuals with cancer and their families is highly desirable.

The complete job description is available at http://www.penasearch.com under the “Searches” tab.  To apply, please send a brief cover letter and resume to dianne@penasearch.com or cindy@penasearch.com.

BCRC COVID-19 Response

We are committed to the health and wellness of our community.  We are following the latest advice from medical experts, city, county, and state officials, and our medical partners in the community, and will continue to update you via email, social media, and our website. View our video here as BCRC Speaks with Dr. Yorio about Cancer and the Covid-19 Vaccine Updates.  Information about COVID-19 and the vaccine continues to evolve. This video was filmed on August 25, 2021 and all details discussed are up to date at the time of filming.

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What Makes Us Unique?

Whatever the circumstances, our services are provided free of charge to anyone affected by breast cancer regardless of income, ethnicity, level of education, sexual orientation, or social support.

We've Been There Before

Our BCRC Navigators are survivors themselves. They understand breast cancer in a way only someone who’s been there can.

We're Focused On YOU

We are the only nonprofit in Central Texas focused solely on providing  guidance, education, and assistance for women affected by breast cancer.

We're Flexible

We can help you no matter who your doctor is or where you receive treatment. We're available to you in person, over the phone, and through email.