What If Walking Miracles Family Foundation Could Offer This To You In WV?


What if you could immerse yourself in a place far far away from your chemo treatments?

What if you could connect to your family or friends if you were being treated in another state for your cancer?

What if you could get education from doctors on your long term survivors effects?

What if you had you own private community that you could share your own caregiver, childhood, adolescent, young adult, sibling or survivorship story? Or Have your own blog and share with the world?

NOW YOU CAN! WALKING MIRACLES FAMILY FOUNDATION CAN MAKE THAT POSSIBLE. WELCOME TO OUR COMMUNITY.

Visit To Register To Share Your WV Story

Psychosocial
Oncology

Learn How Cancer Affects Children Adolescents and Young Adults Mental Health  

 

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Survivorship
Education

Learn The Importance Of Long Term Effects And Survivorship Clinics  

 

Patient
Navigation

Connecting Families to Resources and Referral Networks  

 

 

Travel
Assistance

Learn Why Travel Assistance Is So Important  

 

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What Do We Offer WV Families ?

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Walking Miracles Family Foundation is a501c3 non profit that helps families and survivors of childhood adolescent and young adult cancer in WV by connecting them to referral networks and resources during their cancer journey and helps to help defray the costs of travel. We do this using patient navigators, telehealth and tablet technology. Our new tablet was designed by a 2x childhood cancer survivor and all the content was approved by a pediatric oncologist to make sure all the information, resources and referral networks were specifically designed to meet the needs of caregivers and families and survivors impacted by childhood, adolescent and young adult cancer in WV so they could track their cancer journey.
Jennifer has thirteen years of experience in an outpatient cancer treatment center where I developed and implemented a financial navigation program that was nationally recognized on the PBS documentary "Cancer: Emperor of all Maladies". I have also spoken at numerous conferences, among them Quest, and as an expert panelist for the ACCC. She will help with connecting to the patients helping them navigate the healthcare system, write grants, communicate and advocate to relieve the financial burden and connect the caregivers and survivors to resources and referal resources they need.

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