Who can come: Gynecological Cancer Survivors AND Breast Cancer Survivors AND their Caregivers
Who is a caregiver? ANYONE who loves and helps care for or support a woman with cancer. That could be a spouse, partner, sister, adult child, best friend, etc.
When: Second Saturday of EACH Month
9:30 am---Fellowship time with light breakfast and coffee and then 10:00 am-11:30 am for all 3 separate, simultaneous groups
Where: NMCPG office in the Mountain Run Shopping Center on Eubank and Juan Tabo.
5850 Eubank Blvd NE It is on the 2nd floor above Kellys Liqueurs.
There is an elevator in middle of shopping center if needed to get to 2nd floor.
Lymphedema Support Group
2nd Monday of each month
At Active Life on San Mateo
6211 San Mateo NE, Albuquerque
For more information contact: Julia Archibeque-Guerra at firstname.lastname@example.org
IN MEMORY OF KAY HANEY, PhD.
GCAP Partners with Albuquerque Public Library
Collection of Educational, Informational and Inspirational Books for Women's Cancers
In 2014,with the help of the La Cueva Soccer team and Dr. Kay Haney's family, GCAP gave over 200 books about gynecological and breast cancers, survivorship, nutrition, wellness, inspiration, and more to the Albuquerque Public Library System to increase public access to the special collection. The Gynecological Cancer Awareness Project special collection is searchable on-line and any book can be transferred to a library branch near you!! In 2018, we added more titles to the collection. We now have 324 books available for you at any library branch in the city!!!
Get the knowledge! Check it out!
The Clever Senoras are richly experienced compassionate women with a broad range of gynecological cancers, talents, and dreams. If you have a gynecological cancer the Clever Senoras are on your journey with you.
The Clever Senoras participate in the inclusive activities and groups (see below) for women at any age and at all levels of treatment/survivorship with a gynecological cancer diagnosis, regardless of treating practitioner. You can participate in any of the groups, browse our library collection, volunteer at any activity we have, etc
Contact us to be part of the Fun, Friendship, Warmth, Caring, Laughter and Hugs with the Clever Senoras!
OUR PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES
The Gynecological Cancer Awareness Project
QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW IT WORKS?
Call CanDO! at 505-289-6971
Increasing community awareness of issues around Gynecological Cancers is the foundation of GCAP. Awareness ribbons, due to their ubiquitous nature, have come to symbolize various concerns depending on the colors or the patterns used. Through GCAP activities we hope to bring more attention to ALL women's cancers which in turn leads to more support and better outcomes.
Ovarian — Teal
Uterine — Peach Cervical — Teal and White Breast and Ovarian Hereditary Syndrome — Pink and Teal
Vaginal and Vulvar — Lavender
The goal of GCAP's community-based navigation project, the CanDO! Project, focuses on identifying and eliminating psycho-social barriers to allow ALL women with cancer to focus on their medical treatment; leading to improved health outcomes and an overall reduction in cancer-related distress.
Program services are available free of charge to all women with any type of cancer.
What does the CanDO! Project do?
*Offers your patients/clients the opportunity to identify areas and levels of distress utilizing the National Comprehensive Cancer Network’s (NCCN) Distress Thermometer.
*Provides immediate community-based patient navigation services at time of intake, or follow-up within one day
*Offers connections to appropriate and available community resources to help patients deal with non-medical issues which a cancer diagnosis can impact
*Provides follow-up in three months from date of intake to assess levels of distress and identify any new issues
*Provides quarterly educational workshops on survivorship issues such as nutrition, journaling, sexual issues, and more.
Non-medical needs the CanDO! Project can address:
*Peer emotional support/practical support
*Resources for financial assistance
*Food and housing insecurity