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Free Helpline: Monday – Saturday Get Immediate One-to-One Support & Information

One-to-One Helpline 800.977.4121
Truly Personal Support & Resources from Survivors Who Have Been “In Your Shoes”™
Monday – Friday 8 am – 9 pm CST
Saturdays 8 am – 2pm CST
24/7 Service Coming Soon

ABCD’s coast-to-coast Helpline Mentors provide free, confidential and compassionate one-to-one support and information to patients, families and friends at any point in the breast cancer journey.

With 24/7 service coming soon, one-to-one support is there for you now:

  • Eastern Time Zone: Monday – Friday 9 am to 10 pm; Saturdays 9 am to 3pm
  • Central Time Zone: Monday – Friday 8 am to 9 pm; Saturdays 8 am to 2pm
  • Mountain Time: Monday – Friday 7 am to 8 pm; Saturdays 7 am to 1pm
  • Pacific Time: Monday – Friday 6 am to 7 pm; Saturdays 6 am to Noon

There are three ways to reach the ABCD Helpline:

1. Call 800.977.4121
2. Email helpline@abcdmentor.org
3. Download the iCanFind Everything Breast Cancer app
(available now for iPhone, coming soon for Android)

Helpline Mentors are trained and supported volunteers who are breast cancer survivors. They provide immediate emotional support and reliable information about breast cancer and the survivorship journey.

Helpline Mentors also provide connections to genuinely useful resources, from local support groups to national experts. If we need to do some research to identify breast cancer resources personalized for your journey, we are happy to do so.

For customized one-to-one support Helpline Mentors can help callers connect with an ABCD Match Mentor, someone whose breast cancer journey – from diagnosis to treatment to life’s challenges – were similar to the caller’s. Match Mentors provide ongoing personalized support to survivors and co-survivors/caregivers; support that is both convenient and confidential.

ABCD is delighted that our volunteer Mentors include many alumnae of Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization. One of the oldest breast cancer support organizations in the world, Y-ME closed its doors in July 2012 after 34 years. Its primary service was a 24/7 hotline supported entirely by breast cancer survivors. Their three decades plus of wisdom has enriched ABCD’s services. To read the original announcement of the ABCD/Y-ME Alumnae partnership, click here.

To learn more about the iCanFind Everything Breast Cancer app, please visit www.healthcue.com

All of ABCD’s services are free and available to patients, families and friends.

Become a Mentor

Mentors are volunteers who have experienced breast cancer as a patient, family or friend - and who believe that everyone should have support when battling breast cancer. Initial and ongoing training is provided. Be part of the power of one-to-one breast cancer support.

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