Coping Connection Putting you in touch with answers.

The Coping Connection is a place to get quick answers from caring professionals. It is an empowering resource that provides information about cancer-related illness and loss. Information and referrals are available over the phone, through the Internet, in Cancer Family Care publications, and at educational presentations.

The Coping Connection is staffed by licensed social workers and counselors who have special training in oncology and family therapy.

Get in Touch:
You can reach the Coping Connection at 513-731-3346
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

You can also e-mail the Coping Connection by clicking here.

“I've lost my hair to chemotherapy. Where can I find a wig?”
I need help dealing with my wife's cancer.
“How do I tell my three-year-old son I was just diagnosed with colon cancer?”
My neighbor has cancer. What can I do to help the family?
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