CanSurvive Clinic: Additional Resources

We provide cancer survivors with a variety of helpful resources from college scholarship information and educational support to outdoor adventures and vacations.

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s CanSurvive Clinic is dedicated to helping cancer survivors understand and prepare for their long-term health and happiness. That’s why we have provided a variety of helpful resources for cancer survivors. Find educational resources and support organizations, and get information on college scholarships, life-changing experiences, vacations and more.

The links provided are for informational purposes and solely for the user's convenience.

College Education

  • Fastweb

    Every semester, Fastweb helps thousands of students pay for school by matching them to scholarships, grants and internships. Find information on scholarships, colleges, financial aid and more.

  • Beyond the Cure Ambassador Scholarship Program

    Beyond the Cure Ambassador Scholarship Program awards college scholarships to childhood cancer survivors every year.

  • National GRACE Foundation

    National GRACE Foundation offers free college admissions and financial aid counseling to pediatric cancer patients and survivors.

Support Programs

  • Thirteen 30

    Thirteen 30 is for teens and young adults who have or have had cancer.

  • Look Good, Feel Better for Teens

    This program is a free public service program that provides useful information and tips for adolescents (boys and girls ages 13 to 17) dealing with the appearance and sociological side-effects related to cancer and its treatment.

Experiences / Adventures

  • Camp Make-A-Dream

    Camp Make-A-Dream empowers survivors and their families to live with and beyond cancer through life-changing Montana experiences where they strengthen life skills, gain resilience and develop lasting relationships.

  • True North Treks

    True North Treks helps teens and young adults with cancer find direction through connection after the very disconnecting experience cancer can bring through various “trek” destinations.

  • First Descents

    First Descents provides life-changing outdoor adventures for young adults ages 18 to 39 impacted by cancer.

Support Organizations