To learn more about any of the One-on-One services, below click on the service for a detailed description. To access any of these programs, please email us at email@example.com or call 650-326-6686
Breast or ovarian cancer survivors provide support by sharing their personal experience with you over the phone. Through this program, we match you with a Buddy who experienced a similar diagnosis or treatment, or who can relate to you in other ways.
*Please email us. Select from our wigs, hats, scarves, bras, and prostheses. Take home a Wig Tote, complete with a wig stand, shampoo and conditioner, brush, and wig care tips and resources. Find out more information here.
If you’re in treatment, this fund can help with expenses to keep you safely in your home or get the care you need, by helping with rent, utilities, co-pays, funeral expenses, medications, etc. For more information about who is eligible and how to apply, please contact Carmen Wintergerst at 650-326-6299 Ext. 11 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Up to two one-on-one phone sessions with Nina Weil, CHTP, CJC. Reclaim your sense of well-being using Cancer Journey tools to identify where you are now and where you want to go, and to support your move into holistic healing and self-empowerment.
A licensed therapist with experience helping women deal with cancer-related issues offers one or two free sessions by phone or in-person. We match you with a therapist based on your specific concern, your location, their area of expertise, and availability.
The Helpline is answered by caring individuals who can offer support, navigate you through our services, or connect you with other resources in the community.
Monday–Thursday, 9:00 a.m. –5:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
First & Fourth Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. –3:00 p.m.
Through this program, we will match you with a LinkedIn Employee who will engage with you in a meaningful career conversation, help you build your online professional brand using LinkedIn, review your LinkedIn profile, and offer career help and mentorship.
The Karen Swanson Fund is available to help fulﬁll a special need or end-of-life request for those with active metastatic (stage IV) breast or ovarian cancer. The fund is not meant to be used for medical treatment or basic living expenses, but for improving quality of life while living with cancer. Limited funds available. Please email Carmen Wintergerst at email@example.com.
A volunteer specialist can answer questions and offer strategizing and support regarding employment, employee benefit concerns, and health insurance.
Schedule an individual appointment with Dr. Liza Bakunina to discuss those questions you might have, but never voiced. Topics might include: What is palliative care? What is hospice? How do they differ? How do I prepare myself or my family if my disease state changes? What practical things should I complete? Bring any other questions or concerns you might have to the session. She is a volunteer with Mission Hospice and Home Care as a Community Ambassador and has experience in palliative care and hospice care.
Please contact BACC’s Helpline at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650-326-6686 to schedule up to two one-on-one sessions with Liza to get support.
Has cancer affected your financial situation or created financial toxicity in your life? Eunsoo Chung, a triple-negative breast cancer survivor, CPA, and Personal Finance Coach, can help you create a plan that supports you in reaching your financial goals during or after treatment, or while living with cancer.