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Lee County Cancer Resource Center

Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center

The Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center (LCACRC) is a program of Combined Community action Inc. We rely solely on support from individuals and businesses to keep the resource center open to help others within the rural, under-served communities of Lee, Bastrop and Fayette County. All monies raised stay in our service area.

You may mail personal donations or memorial donations to :

Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center 
Combined Community Action, Inc. 
165 W. Austin St. 
Giddings, Texas 78942

Please make checks payable to : CCA/LCACRC. If your donation is in honor of, or in memory of someone, please include that information and also note the name and address of the person/family to receive notification of your donation.

The day may come when you or someone you love may ask:

  • I just moved to this area.  Where can I find an accredited mammography center?
  • My doctor is recommending a choice of treatments.  Do you have information I can read to learn more?
  • I feel so angry about having cancer.  Do others feel this way?
  • My women's/men's group would like to know more about cancer.  Is anyone available to speak at one of our meetings?
  • My friend has just been diagnosed with cancer.  How can I best support my friend during this difficult time?

We're here to help.

Questions like these are being answered each day.  The Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center is a program within the non-profit organization, Combined Community Action, providing information, education, and support that encourages individuals to be involved and knowledgeable in their health care.

The Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center is a rural community-based source of information, education and support that encourages individuals to be involved and knowledgeable in their healthcare.  All services are free of charge.

  1. Supportive Counseling
    All of the current staff and volunteers who work with clients are survivors.  The survivors understand how it feels and what it means to be diagnosed with cancer.  They are available to talk with the newly diagnosed clients and long-term survivors and caregivers to offer caring support and information.

  2. Support Group
    Support Groups are available for persons recently diagnosed (within the last year).  Additional support groups will be developed as the need arises.

  3. Library
    The Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center provides a lending library of books, CDs, DVDs and audiotapes to help survivors become better informed about cancer and healing.  Also, the library has computer access with help, if necessary, for the most up to date cancer-related information.

  4. Peer-to-Peer Support
    The Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center has a group of volunteers who have been trained as peer support volunteers.  Peer volunteers share their experiences with their particular treatments and offer support and helpful information.

  5. Limited Crisis Funding
    Limited crisis funding is available to assist individuals currently undergoing treatment and needing to travel out-of-town to a cancer treatment center.  Those qualifying for assistance must live in Lee, Bastrop, or Fayette Counties.

    An application must be completed.  Official documentation of the scheduling of doctor’s appointments with treatment dates must be included along with the application.  Completion of the application does not guarantee financial assistance.  Assistance is based on eligibility and availability of funds.

For information concerning any of the listed services, contact: 
Carolyn Jackson, Program Director (979) 540-2981

Grant funding provided by: The Lehman Foundation

Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00am-5:00pm - Friday 8:00am-3:00pm

Combined Community Action, Inc.

165 West Austin
Giddings, Texas 78942
(979) 540-2980
(800) 688-9065
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