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Resources for Cancer and Blood Disorder Patients, Caregivers and Survivors

Our support resources can help patients and families deal with the physical, emotional and social aspects of cancer and blood disorders, through diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, and beyond. Whatever your particular need, the dedicated team at Angie Fowler Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Institute is here to provide support every step of the way.

General Resources

Clinical Trials

UH Rainbow offers patients access to innovative and novel therapies through our research and clinical trials and membership in the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, Children's Oncology Group and Therapeutic Advances in Childhood Leukemia (TACL) Foundation.

Angie's Garden

Angie’s Garden is a unique 7,500 square foot rooftop healing garden and sky lobby with beautiful views of the Cleveland skyline. It is open to all Rainbow patients and their families year-round.

Patient Stories

Read about some of the pediatric, adolescent and young adult cancer patients and the care they received at Angie’s Institute.

Caregiver Resources

Resources to guide families on how to change a central line dressing and change a central line injection port/cap at home. These videos include audio and visual step-by-step instructions with tips for effective home care of a central line.

UH Seidman Resources

Read about some of the pediatric, adolescent and young adult cancer patients and the care they received at Angie’s Institute.

Life After Cancer/Survivorship Clinic

This program helps patients work through the sometimes complex health issues that can occur even years after they have been declared cancer-free.

Sickle Cell Resources

Learn about the sickle cell disease resources available to parents and patients.

Resources for Childhood Cancer

Iris S. & Bert L. Wolstein's HOPE – Healthy Outcomes, Positive Energy

Our series of free programs focuses on nutrition and cooking, athletic skills, community programs and other important lifestyle choices for children and adolescents with cancer and blood disorders who are currently in treatment or have completed treatment, regardless of where they received care.

Children with Cancer: A Guide for Parents

This guide from the National Cancer Institute offers comprehensive support for parents, from diagnosis and treatment, to recovery and survivorship, and everything in between.

Resources for Adolescents & Young Adults

Financial, Scholarship and Survivor Resources

Learn about scholarship, financial and legal information for AYA cancer survivors.

Educational Videos

Hear from patients and doctors on topics related to AYA cancer.

Get Connected

Learn about organizations and groups that allow AYA cancer patients to connect with other patients or those who have survived cancer.

Fertility Preservation

Counseling is available for patients to talk about options for preserving your future fertility before undergoing cancer treatments.

Questions to Ask About Treatment

Learn about some of the questions about treatment to ask during your appointments.

Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Strategies on how to prepare for your next appointment and examples of questions to ask your doctor.

Contact Us to Learn More

Get Real-Time Advice from Specialized RNS
For real-time guidance provided by specialized registered nurses, call our Nurse Advice Line at 216-844-1400.
Lines are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Ask Angie’s: Contact Our Support Specialist
If you are looking for more information about any of Angie’s Institute’s programs or resources, our patient support specialist can answer your questions and connect you with the appropriate services.
Email AskAngies@UHHospitals.org with your questions or concerns.

More UH Programs
For more information about our wellness and education programs, contact:
Office of Patient and Public Education: 216-844-5432
Rainbow Family Resource Center: 216-844-7150