VITAL OPTIONS INTERNATIONAL
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 502
4419 Coldwater Canyon Ave. Suite I Studio City CA 91436 USA
Vital Options International founded in 1983 grew from a local young adult cancer support organization to an international Tele-support(R) Cancer Network dedicated to using technology to help people cope with cancer by providing information, help and support to those facing and touched by cancer. Vital Options is best known for The Group Room(R) a weekly syndicated radio call-in cancer talk show which reaches more than half a million radio listeners and countless others via the world wide web and the XM Radio subscription network. Vital Options works collaboratively with other cancer organizations and groups in various cancer communications initiatives and is considered “everyone’s best partner”. Other Vital Options communications projects include The Cancer News Minute, a national cancer news radio feature, CancerTalk, an in-flight audio program for American and Northwest Airlines, and the Professor & The Survivor, a multi-lingual clinical trials awareness project.
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I have the highest respect for this organization which initially began over 20 years ago as the first support group of its kind for young adults with cancer and has since grown to an international organization for all age groups. I had the privilege of volunteering in the early days and met many participants and learned firsthand of their gratitude for Vital Options and the difference it made in their lives as well as witnessing their transformations. VO goes above and beyond the call of duty in every way they can. Their commitment to service, excellence, education, outreach and communication is a precious gift
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the smiles and praise of the participants
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The spirit and positive perspective, the caring and compassion.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
personable, professional, upbeat, dedicated
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
radically affect patient advocacy, be an incredible teaching tool, reach millions all over the world, set up programs, expand the Group Room radio show. When one sees how far they've come it's not hard to imagine where they could go given the chance.
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