Coffee & Oncology Collaboration
IN RECOGNITION OF AYA CANCER WEEK
APRIL 5, 2023
7:30am – 9:00am
Walk away from this event with more knowledge and resources to empower your networks and clients. Speak with Ulman Foundation patient navigators and get to know other expert multidisciplinary professional providers in the AYA cancer space.
Enjoy a cup of coffee and pastries while gaining new insights and expanding your network. Learn about the latest innovations in oncology psychosocial support and discover the wealth of resources available to patients at the Ulman Foundation (not just Ulman House)!
Ulman House Patient Impact
75% of respondents experienced a reduced financial burden.
95% of respondents reported increased ability to access care.
“My prolonged treatment plan would have necessitated the need to find housing for at least 2 consecutive months. Not only did Ulman provide housing & financial assistance but indirectly, emotional support by connecting me to a community & second family during treatment.”
About the Event Partners
Hope Connections for Cancer Support offers free emotional and physical support to cancer patients and their families in the Washington DC area through a range of programs, including support groups, workshops, and counseling.
Hosts for Humanity is a non-profit organization that provides free accommodations for families of critically ill or injured children near medical facilities through volunteer hosts, easing the financial burden and offering a supportive environment.
Inova Life with Cancer provides free emotional, educational, and physical support to individuals and families impacted by cancer in Northern Virginia through support groups, counseling, and wellness activities.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is a non-profit organization that funds research and provides support services to patients with blood cancer and their families, including financial assistance, education, and advocacy.
Smith Center for Healing and the Arts is a non-profit organization that provides cancer support services, integrative health programs, and creative arts therapies to enhance the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of individuals affected by cancer.
The Ulman Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports young adults affected by cancer through patient navigation, community-building programs, education, peer-to-peer support, and advocacy, with a focus on improving quality of life.
See You There!
Street parking is available in front of Ulman House on E. Madison Street, as well as along N. Chester Street and N. Collington Avenue. A parking lot is located off of N. Chester Street.
Ulman House Address:
2118 E. Madison Street
Baltimore, MD 21205