You Can Thrive! Foundation
Rating: 4.95 stars 60 reviews
Issues: Health, Breast Cancer
Location: 535 W 23RD STREET #S8R New York NY 10011 USA
Results: Preliminary outcome data shows statistically significant results in reducing symptoms and improving overall well being within four weeks of starting our program. Larger study to follow.
Target demographics: Provide access to services not covered by insurance and for Low-income, ethnic disparities, breast cancer survivors, all cancer survivors
Direct beneficiaries per year: 600
Geographic areas served: New York City, ServicesNationwide USA Patient Navigation
Programs: Integrative Patient Navigation, Advocacy, Acupuncture, Reflexology, Massage, Exercise, Tapping, Nutritional Counseling, meditation, movement, peer and pet support. Replicable program designed to provide the best possible outcomes regardless of income.
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This foundation means the world to me. After seeing firsthand how much actual services are needed and critically bereft in cancer after care from an insiders perspective. I was willing to do whatever it took to make these services available to people with cancer
With your help we can make them available to ALL people with ALL types of cancer. Help us raise funds for a dedicated freestanding wellness center and make this happen for people who need it the most when they can afford it least.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
In my own journey with breast cancer these services were so crucial and helpful. Recruiting the best volunteers from our vast community of healers, and giving them a forum to give back to their neighbors has been the most rewarding experience of my life.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Move to a space that is dedicated to our cause where we can put all of our wellness offerings under one roof in one location and help so many more people undergoing a stressful and life threatening diagnosis.