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Assisting Cancer Patients with Services and Support
Mercy Memorial Cancer Connection (MMCC) provides “hands-on” non-clinical assistance to residents of Monroe County who have been diagnosed with cancer. MMCC has served this community since 2003, relying heavily on support from volunteers, the community and The United Way of Monroe. MMCC joined the Mercy Memorial Hospital System June 21, 2010. It is a valued addition to the organization as it continues to make strides in the growth and development of our comprehensive cancer program. As part of Mercy Memorial Hospital System, MMCC gains increased visibility, allowing more patients to be served.
Free and low cost services available include:
- Healing Arts class NEW!
- Discounted Nutritional Supplements (with physician order)
- Medical Supplies
- Medical Equipment
- Sewing Services
- Head Coverings
For a more detailed list of free or low-cost services, please contact Cancer Connection at (734) 240-5400.
Giving to Cancer Connection
Attend an Event
To attend one of our fundraising events, please check out our calendar of events.
Make a Donation
We accept gently used durable medical equipment. Please contact MMCC to confirm prior to delivery.
Monetary and “in-kind” donations are appreciated and tax deductible. Giving to Cancer Connection and “in-kind” donations are appreciated and tax deductible.
Volunteers are a key part of our organization. They assist in performing daily essential tasks such as office assistance and transportation. New volunteers are always welcome.
To volunteer,complete the form or contact the MMHS Volunteer Services Department at (734) 240-8930.
Cancer Resource Guide
This Guide was designed to provide cancer patients with local resources to assist them in dealing with cancer. It has general resources such as counseling, financial, home care, equipment, radiation treatment, medication assistance and transportation as well as specific resources such as lymphedema services, mastectomy prothesis, and ostomy supplies.
Taking Part in Cancer Treatment Research Studies
This booklet helps to explain the advantages of being part of a clinical trial. It also discusses possible drawbacks. Provided by the National Cancer Institute and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this booklet helps the cancer patient to weigh the pros and cons of clinical trials so they can decide if they are right for them.
2012 Cancer Annual Report
2011 Cancer Annual Report
2010 Cancer Annual Report
2009 Cancer Annual Report