Survivorship Resources

Life after childhood cancer treatment can be challenging. There is relief in knowing that your treatment is over, but there is also some fear that you won’t be seen as frequently or followed as closely — so it is important for survivors and parents of survivors to know what to look for and how to get help with issues that could arise after cancer treatment. Below are some resources* that may be helpful. If you have specific questions, please ask your health care provider or email the PFC Survivor Helpdesk.

* The Passport for Care provides the following links as a service to survivors and their families; however, we can neither endorse any of the organizations nor ensure the accuracy and suitability of this information for your particular purposes. Survivors, family members, and others are referred to their health care providers to address any questions of accuracy, timeliness, applicability, and/or suitability of any information in the following resources.

AYA – Adolescent and Young Adult Survivorship Resources

Financial and Legal Resources

College-related resources