A CSC healthcare partnership provides the full suite of CSC programs. Hospital staff are trained in the CSC model, and programs are then run by that mental health professional staff. Hospitals pay to license programs, branding, network, and the partnership. Technology platforms, such as CSS and CER, Helpline, and MyLifeLine are offered in conjunction with these partnerships. 


• Prisma Health System - Greenville, SC

• UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health - Orlando, FL

• Holy Name - Teaneck, NJ

• Monmouth County Medical Center - Monmouth County, NJ

• North West Medical Specialties - Tacoma, WA

• Kona Community Hospital - Kealakekua, HI

• Rocky Mountain Cancer Center -Denver, CO

• Tuba City Regional - Tuba City, AZ

• Gettysburg Cancer Center -Gettysburg, PA

• Mosaic Life Care - St. Joseph, MO

• Whitman-Walker Health* - Washington, D.C.

• Hartford Healthcare, CT

*Indicates Federally Qualified Health Center

"Cancer Support Community at Holy Name offers a one-stop shop for patients and families. At Holy Name, our team of professionals work together, utilizing an interdisciplinary approach, to provide and implement customized care options for each individual's needs. Offering a wide array of support programs through Cancer Support Community is just one example of the synergy that comes from an integrated service model highlighting the importance of both medical care and socio-emotional support. " - Courtney Lozano, MSW, LSW. Program Director, Cancer Support Community Holy Name Medical Center, Teaneck, NJ. - 

WHEN CANCER COMES TO WORK™: Employers face an ongoing need to reduce employee turnover and increase active engagement -- while also reducing the cost of providing healthcare benefits. CSC's Employer Based Partnerships offer a combination of navigation services and educational programming for employees who face cancer as well as the broader set of employees who may need critical education and information to support loved ones.


  • JKJ Insurance

  • Freedom Pay

  • Scotts Miracle Grow

  • Bristol Myers Squibb

Web-based, validated distress screening program was developed for community based hospitals, physician practices, and advocacy organizations that fully integrates distress screening, referrals, and follow up care through a single platform. This tool helps hospitals meet Commission on Cancer Standard 5.2 (Psychosocial Distress Screening).


  • Carroll Hospital, Westminster, MD

  • Gettysburg Cancer Center , Gettysburg, PA

  • Tuba City - House of Hope, Tuba City, AZ

  • Kona Community Hospital, Kealakekua, HI

  • Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York, NY

  • Mount Sinai, New York, NY

  • UF Orlando Health, Orlando, FL

  • Sharp Healthcare, San Diego, CA

  • Sharp Healthcare, Chula Vista, CA

  • St. Peter's Health, Helena, MT

  • Whitman-Walker, Washington, DC

  • Roswell Cancer Center, Buffalo, NY

  • Cancer Care Services, Fort Wort, TX

  • Hartford Healthcare, Harford, CT

  • Valley Health, Parimus, NJ

  • (Plus 38 non-profits nationwide)

IRB-approved web-based study designed by CSC to give a voice to the cancer experience. Participating hospitals enroll patients in the registry using unique licensed URL for patient tracking. They receive bi-annual annual aggregate reports on their patient population. Data used to apply for grants, manage budgets, staffing, and trending. Helps fulfill Commission on Cancer standard 9.1 (Clinical Research Accrual) and can help with 7.3 (Quality Improvement Initiatives).


  • Kona Community Hospital, Kealakekua, HI

  • AIS Adventist Health, Bakersfield, CA

  • Citizen's Medical, Victoria, TX

  • Doctor's Medical Center of Modesto, Modesto, CA

  • Einstein Medical Center Montgomery & Phil., Philadelphia, PA

  • Fountain Valley, Fountain Valley, CA

  • Good Samaritan, Vincennes, IN

  • Hospitals of Providence, El Paso, TX

  • RWJB Monmouth, Monmouth, NJ

  • Tallahassee Memorial Health, Tallahassee, FL

  • Trinitas Comprehensive Cancer Center, Elizabeth, NJ

  • Hilton Head, Hilton Head Island, SC

  • Memorial Medical, Modesto, CA

  • Mosaic Life, St. Joseph's,  MO

  • Hartford Healthcare, Harford, CT

  • Inova Healthcare, Fairfax, VA

  • Montefiore St. Luke's Cornwall, Newburgh, NY


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“To be honest, we rely on this study pretty heavily to meet our trial enrollment goals for our CoC accreditation, so we just have that internal drive to get a certain number of trial patients each month and we’re able to ensure we do with this study. Our center did provide us with 4 iPads that we are able to provide to patients while they are getting treatment to start and/or complete the questions while they are here, which I think is a huge help.”

- B. Stith, RN, BSN, OCN Tallahassee Memorial


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