Supporting Breast Cancer Survivors Since 1991

SURVIVOR to THRIVER Wellness Warriors Project

Survivor to Thriver - Wellness Warrior Project is a 6-week project with three goals:

1) Breast Health and Early Detection Education

2) Nutrition Education and

3) Fitness Training.

The AMEN Initiative

AI is a faith-based community health initiative developed to improve mental health outcomes for African American breast cancer survivors and AA women at risk, among communities of faith in South Los Angeles, and the City of Inglewood.  The initiative is designed to, REDUCE mental health stigma among African American communities, ASSIST faith-leaders and churches in developing culturally-relevant networks to address the specific mental wellness concerns of AABCS and black women at risk of BC and CONNECT congregants with local behavior health resources.

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Each One Teach One (EOTO)

Each one Teach One is a FREE Breast Health Education Seminar series open to everyone!  EOTO seminars are designed to educate underserved communities on breast health practices.   EOTO is our oldest program. Our seminars are presented in Los Angeles county year-round to approximately 500 -800 people a year.

Emergency Support

In keeping with our commitment to helping relieve the trauma of a breast cancer, we offer referral services and financial support on a case by case basis, to those who find themselves in extreme financial hardship due to a breast cancer diagnosis.

 Healthy Living
Healthy Living is an evidence-based program created and licensed by Stanford University to support self-management of on-going health conditions.  We offer free 6-week Healthy Living workshops to individuals and groups across LA County.

Healing Wheels
Healing Wheels is a program dedicated to getting women to and from treatment and survivors managing their health with regular medical appointments.

Support Group
Our support group meets monthly to discuss tools for survivorship. Participants have access to breast health education, navigation, dynamic speakers and a network of community support.

Survivor Care Plan (SCP)
Survivorship Care Plan is a navigation program designed to assist survivors in working with their oncology and primary care teams to obtain documentation on the best treatment and cancer follow-up care advice.  SCP protocol was collaboratively created through our partnership with the City of Hope Cancer Centers.