Our Social Work Department provides for the psychological, social, emotional and practical needs of cancer patients and their families. Masters-level social workers with expertise in the field of oncology can help patients and their caregivers manage the stress and changes that come with cancer.
The Harry J. Duffey Family Patient and Family Services Program offers a variety of resources such as emotional support, assistance with temporary housing and transportation, help with finances and legal matters, religious support and aid in managing care.
Do You Need Transportation for Treatment?
The American Cancer Society has awarded a grant to the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center to help You with transportation.
This ride is supported by the American Cancer Society.
About The Department
Living with Cancer Resources & Support Newsletter
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Emotional support, problem-solving, counseling and referrals, groups, talking with children about cancer, guidance and support through the health care system.
Important phone numbers, Temporary housing, regional transportation, community cancer resources, insurance enrollment options and challenges, COBRA.
Money and Legal Matters
Advance directives, Social Security, FMLA, pharmacy costs, work place communication, financial side of illness, notary services.
Family meetings, discharge planning, advocacy, home care, private duty and hospice information, oncology pain and palliative care service.
Spiritual counseling, reflection, finding meaning and hope, prayer and religious needs.
Cancer Survivorship begins on the day of diagnosis. Cancer treatment for some can be a long and challenging journey. It is extremely important to see doctors who specialize in your type of cancer
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building
401 North Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231 410-502-1033
The Skip Viragh Outpatient Cancer Building
201 N. Broadway Baltimore, MD 21287 410-955-8893
Sibley Memorial Hospital
5255 Loughboro Road, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20016 202-537-4000