Frequently Asked Questions
What is Austin Cancer Support Coalition?
The Austin Cancer Support Coalition (ACSC), founded in 2017, convenes organizations and professionals who in some way serve those in Central Texas impacted by cancer. Our vision is for all cancer patients, survivors and caregivers across Central Texas to have access to reliable educational information, affordable person-centered cancer support, and integrative care throughout their cancer journeys.
To learn more about the ACSC, go to About Us
How do I find cancer resources in Central Texas?
Non-coalition members can view a list of ACSC coalition members who offer cancer-related services. To access additional resource details, consider becoming a Coalition member—it is free, no commitment and easy to join.
Anyone can sign up for the ACSC Newsletter to stay up-to-date on cancer resources and events in the Austin area
Both coalition members and non-coalition members can view a calendar of events hosted by coalition members. To be able to create events that appear on this calendar, consider becoming a Coalition member—it is free, no commitment and easy to join.
Who can become a member of the Austin Cancer Support Coalition?
Membership is free and open to any organization, company or professional with a mission to serve and support cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones in and around Central Texas.
How do I become a member of Austin Cancer Support Coalition?
Complete a brief online application describing how you serve those in Central Texas impacted by cancer.
How do I share or update my resources on austincancercoalition.com?
Please note that only members of the Austin Cancer Support Coalition can share resources using this platform. Consider becoming a member—it is free, no commitment and easy to join.
We recommend that members review and update their details at least twice per year.
How do I know if I am a member of the Austin Cancer Support Coalition?
If you experience any issues with logging in or have any questions about the Coalition, reach out to Robin Richardson.