Breast Cancer Resources Center was founded as non-profit organization serving women facing breast cancer.
Support Groups created: IV League: women with metastatic disease; Entre Mujeres: Spanish-speaking women; Pink Ribbon Cowgirls: women under 45.
Started Patient Navigation program. All client services staff were trained at the Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute.
BCRC created a support group for those diagnosed with metastatic disease at 45 ang younger; Lotus Link Online Support Forum was created for women of all ages and stages.
BCRC was awarded a 5-year grant from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. The Karing for Every Young Survivor (KEYS) Program began due to this grant.
BCRC redefined its community of support and launched 12 specialized support groups, including Pink Table Talk, a group for Black women, to better address clients' unique needs.
Today, Breast Cancer Resource Center offers a comprehensive community of support including support groups, online communities, classes, resource videos, and blogs that help address the different stages of cancer, phases of treatment and survivorship.
Through guidance and education, BCRC’s Patient Navigation program improves health outcomes by helping those impacted by breast cancer overcome barriers that affect their ability to successfully complete treatment. We’re grateful for unwavering support and resources that directly impact our clients throughout their journey. We couldn’t have achieved these significant milestones without our community partners. Together, we fostered a community of support where our clients know that they can count on us for Hope. Help. Here!