Financial Assistance programs include: a
Scholarship Fund and Book Reimbursement program for young-adult survivors pursuing college or vocational training; a Family Assistance program that provides funds for medical, housing, transportation and funeral expenses.
Information Resource services include: a toll-free hotline; a Resource Library of brochures, books, videos and lists of community resources on childhood cancer; a website that provides information resources on national childhood cancer research centers, clinical trials, treatment, drug information and diagnosis-specific sites; and a newsletter.
Support Programs include: "Kokua Baskets;" Support and Bereavement Groups, Summer Blast, special events for children and families such as "Families Can*Cer*Vive"; and, services for families in receiving care in hospitals.
Education and Advocacy programs include: the "healthcare Professionals' educational Fund; community awareness campaigns; a school re-entry education program for teachers and educators, Parent/Professional Collaboration activities, local and national legislative advocacy.