Counseling Support ResourcesCounseling support is available for all who have been impacted here at the Dempsey Center. But sometimes it is helpful to seek additional support to assist your mental health throughout your journey with cancer. Below you will find a list of trusted resources compiled by our licensed social workers to help you find a haven of support.
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|Provides free emotional and practical support for people with cancer, caregivers, loved ones and the bereaved.
|From Cancer Support Community this was created to connect cancer patients and caregivers to their family, friends, and others like them for social and emotional support.
|Man Up To Cancer
|Provides content and a tight-knit community for men impacted by cancer — and the people who love them.
|A lifeline for the young adult cancer community, connecting them to age-appropriate resources and peers who get it.
|Maine Intentional Warm Line
|The intentional Warm Line is available toll-free from anywhere in Maine, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is a mental health peer-to-peer phone support line for adults, aged 18 and older, offering mutual conversations with a trained peer specialist who has life experience with mental health recovery.
|National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
|Maine Crisis Line
|Our main goal is to help you through whatever crisis you are in and support you through it. We are here if you need to talk about someone you are concerned about as well. Don't be afraid to reach out. The call is confidential and providing us with personal information is 100% voluntary. If you have a difficult time talking to someone by phone, our text/chat line is here for you.
|AOSW Find an Oncology Social Worker Near Me Tool
|Psychology Today "Find a Therapist" Tool