OCRA is committed to offering patients, caregivers and friends the most up to date information about ovarian cancer, helpful resources, and options for support. Below are some helpful links, and you can find even more information throughout our website.
Our Oncology Licensed Clinical Social Worker is available Monday through Friday to provide support, information and resource navigation. Call 212 268 1002. If no one answers, leave a message for Tracy and she will return your call within 24 hours.
OCRA’s signature peer mentor program connects trained mentors with those looking for support around any gynecological cancer diagnosis, treatment, recurrence, off-therapy stress, and feelings of isolation during COVID-19 social distancing. To be matched with a mentor please call 212-268-1002. Learn how to become a mentor, or learn about our more than 40 Woman to Woman sites across the country.
Find support and community online with others who have faced ovarian and other gynecologic cancers.
We offer three different virtially support groups, taking place every Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 1pm EST. If you are interested in participating in a virtual support discussion facilitated by our Licensed Clinical Social Worker, please explore our offerings. This is a great way to meet others, share experiences and connect while social distancing. Registration is necessary so please sign up early to attend. Sponsorship support provided by Clovis Oncology, Inc. and GlaxoSmithKline. Register here.
We host educational webinars to share critical information on an array of topics, including managing recurrence, legal resources for caregivers, palliative care, updates from medical meetings, managing side effects of treatments, and many more.
Uniting for Hope: OCRA’s Ovarian Cancer National Conference is a weekend of hope, inspiration, friends and learning.
You can find a wealth of information and resources on our website, including community links offering support, financial resources, clinical trial connections, and more.
While every person on this planet is affected by COVID-19, those newly diagnosed with ovarian cancer, undergoing treatment, or in remission may have additional concerns – from weighing need for treatment against exposure to the virus, to how the pandemic may affect routine care. We offer a plethora of helpful resources.