Get help from trusted Delaware cancer services and programs.
Cancer can be frightening. Whether you need a screening or have been diagnosed and need help to afford treatment, you want to turn to people you trust. In Delaware, there are programs that have been developed specifically to both put your mind at ease and keep your health on track.
Delaware Cancer Services and Programs
Access the care you need, when you need it.
Whether you have insurance or not, services are available to help you get screened for cancer and, if a diagnosis is made, get treated for cancer and not just survive, but live a thriving, healthy life after cancer.
LGBTQIA+ Cancer Screenings
Members of the LGBTQIA+ community are at higher risk of cancer, but screenings can detect cancer early, when it’s most treatable. Know your risk and when to get screened.
Nurse navigators are on staff statewide in Delaware to schedule your cancer screenings and to provide follow-up help. Learn more about nurse navigator services now.
Screening for Life
If you don’t have insurance or if your insurance doesn’t cover cancer screenings, this program could make screenings available to you.
Cancer Care Coordinators
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, these specially trained health professionals can help you find the services you need, when you need them. Their services are free of charge to all Delawareans.
Delaware Cancer Treatment Program
Free cancer treatment is available for up to two years to all Delaware residents who can’t afford to pay for it. Learn more now about the program.
Self-Management Programs: Cancer Thriving and Surviving
Free step-by-step self-management program workshops are offered to Delawareans who are either surviving cancer or caring for someone with a cancer diagnosis. Learn more now.
Cancer Support Resources
Learn about the many support resources that can help those who are diagnosed with cancer, such as support groups, help to quit smoking, and more.