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ACS CARES?

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, deciding what’s next can be overwhelming. ACS CARES? (Community Access to Resources, Education, and Support) is the only app that equips those facing cancer with curated content, programs, and services to fit their specific cancer journey.

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Introducing ACS CARES, the mobile app that provides you, your family, and your caregivers with the resources to navigate your cancer journey with confidence.

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The ACS CARES mobile app provides people with cancer, their families, and caregivers an easy, free way to:

  • Access personalized, quality cancer related information that updates as you age, as your situation changes, or as new information becomes available.
  • Speak directly with American Cancer Society cancer information specialists when you have questions day or night, 365 days a year.
  • Find reliable information on addressing important topics such as emotional health, finances, transportation, and dependent support.
  • Connect virtually with trained community volunteers who share the same cancer experience and background including diagnosis, location, military status, race and ethnicity.
  • Receive in-person support from clinic volunteers at pilot locations.


How ACS CARES? Works

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Download the App

Download the free ACS CARES app from your mobile phone’s App Store.?The app is available on Google Play and the Apple Store. There is not a separate Spanish app to download. For those with Spanish selected as their internal phone settings language, the ACS CARES app will be displayed in Spanish upon downloading.

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Build Your Personal Profile

Answer a few questions to help us match you with the best resources available for your unique situation.

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Get Personalized Information & Support

Get personalized information and resources that update as you age, your situation changes, or new information becomes available. Instantly connect, 24/7 with ACS experts, or meet virtually with others who have gone through a similar experience as you or your caregiver.


Ways to Volunteer for ACS Cares?

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Sign up to be a Community Volunteer

Cancer survivors and caregivers of all ages connect virtually with app users who are going through a similar cancer journey to provide information, resources, and support.

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Sign up to be a Student Volunteer

Students trained to provide non-clinical, individualized in-person support within health care systems.

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