Connect with people who get you with our community programs.
Where YA Meet
A place Where Young Adults (YA) Meet. We don’t have to talk about cancer, but sometimes we do. Join us for monthly social meetups in Baltimore and Annapolis and meet other young adults you can relate to. Learn more →
The Ulman Foundation hosts free monthly support groups for adolescents and young adults (AYA), and their caregivers, impacted by cancer. All support groups are led by a licensed professional. Learn more →
The Ato Project
The Ato Project employs art as a tool to combat social isolation and stress through a series of art workshops designed to encourage community while processing the social and emotional impacts of living with cancer. Learn more →
Cancer to 5K
Cancer to 5K provides a community of support for cancer survivors through a free 12-week training program to complete a 5K goal race. Teams are located in 13 cities across the USA! Learn more →
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At Ulman House we provide FREE housing for young adult cancer patients, and their caregivers.
We’re proudly located in East Baltimore steps from our city’s world-renowned hospitals, and uniquely designed with young adults in mind.
Ulman’s Patient Navigators work with the multidisciplinary medical care teams of our collaborating cancer centers, and with partners across the cancer community, to address the unique needs of young adults living with and surviving cancer in a holistic way.
NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE – WE’VE GOT YOUR BACK.
To meet patients where they are, we have embedded Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) specific navigators throughout the DMV to better connect patients, providers, and local resources through Community Navigation. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you being treated outside of one of our partner hospitals? Our Remote Navigator can help connect you with resources and support in your area! Contact us at [email protected]
WE ENVISION A WORLD WHERE NO YOUNG ADULT FACES CANCER ALONE.