SupportWhether you have been diagnosed with cancer, just learned about your hereditary cancer risk or have known about it for many years, trained FORCE volunteers are available to offer confidential support.
Get matched with a Peer Navigator volunteer who shares a similar experience as you for confidential 1:1 phone/email support and receive a free expert-reviewed resource guide tailored to your needs.
Support Meetings & State Volunteers
Attend meetings or connect with volunteers in your state to obtain support, resources and information.
Private Facebook Group
In this group, you can connect with others who are affected by hereditary cancer. Let’s unite and support each other.
Our message boards are available 24/7 and are the easiest way to reach out and connect with others who are facing the challenges of hereditary cancer.
Peer volunteers return calls within 48 hours and provide nonjudgmental support and resources in English and Spanish. A Genetic Counselor helpline is also available.
Find Healthcare Providers
Locate medical experts who are knowledgeable in cancer genetics including genetic counselors, breast oncologists or surgeons, plastic surgeons, gastroenterologists, gynecologic oncologists, fertility experts, urologists, menopause specialists and more.
Insurance & Reimbursement
Learn about health insurance coverage and reimbursement for genetic services, cancer screenings, treatments and more. Get step-by-step tips on insurance appeals and customizable sample appeal letters for a variety of health services.
Find national resources and grant programs to help offset your costs for genetic services, cancer screenings, surgeries, treatments and more.
FORCE has opportunities for people in our community to get involved in significant ways to raise awareness, provide peer support and help promote hereditary cancer research.