LifeLine Support Partners are lung cancer survivors or co-survivors (family members and caregivers) who have walked the lung cancer journey. They volunteer to mentor and offer encouragement, advice, experience and hope to those newly diagnosed and anyone needing additional support through a one-on-one personal connection by email or telephone.
LifeLine Partners can be a vital part of a newly diagnosed patients support system and can help navigate through the logistics and emotions of a lung cancer diagnosis. Life-Line matches are made by gender, age group and similar diagnosis whenever possible.
If you have been affected by lung cancer and would like to be matched with a LUNGevity LifeLine Support Partner, or if you are a survivor or co-survivor who would like to serve as a LifeLine partner, please fill out the survey below. All information provided is kept confidential and is never shared with anyone except your support partner.
This program is a free service of LUNGevity Foundation.