Breast Cancer Resource Center Savannah, GA USA
Breast Cancer Resource Center #togetherweweatherthisstorm support, courage, connection
Breast Cancer Resource Center
#togetherweweatherthisstorm
support, courage, connection

resources and survivors' tips to find support, courage, & connection
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understanding early detection, cancer, genetics, and wellness.
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getting involved and making a difference for now and the future
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authentic and empowering episodes to help you weather your storm
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Shine the Light Disco Night

Online Support Opportunities

YouTube

Free Courses

Free Curriculums

Educate & Empower

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Google Podcast

Podcast on Google

Keepers of the Flame

Listen to interviews with doctors, specialists, & survivors.

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Apple Podcast

Podcast on iTunes

Keepers of the Flame

Listen to interviews with doctors, specialists, & survivors.

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What are we up to right now?

We know how hard a breast cancer diagnosis can be (physically and emotionally). So, we're not only program planning, but we're furthering educational and charitable purposes that will shine light into the darkness, empowering breast cancer patients to weather breast cancer physically and emotionally.

Designing, planning, and organizing both immediate needs and future support programs

Educating through interviews of experts, curriculums, research studies, and speeches

Assisting cancer patients through support programs that help w/physical & emotional healing

Our Team

Joyce Williams

Founder/President
  • Survivor/Advocate/Founder
  • Peer Counseled other survivors
  • Interviewed professionals for KotF podcast
  • Created and taught the free, research-based digital Resilience Curriculum (click on YouTube Icon above to hear more from Joyce)
  • Partnered with Dr Elisabeth Counselman Carpenter to conduct a formal study on breast cancer patient preferences on physician driven referrals to therapy

Carrie Mott

Director & Vice President
  • Survivor
  • Pharmacist
  • Has firsthand knowledge/experience with the physical and emotional elements of diagnosis and treatments.
  • Peer-counseled other survivors;
  • Participated in KotF podcast interview. (Click on the podcast icon above to hear more from Carrie).

Ashley Moore

Director & Treasurer
  • LMFT and owner of Building Blocks Family Counseling
  • Initiated development of Making Lemonade Breast Cancer Group/Curriculum
  • Worked with numerous clients who've experienced the medical trauma of breast cancer
  • Participated in KotF podcast interviews: one on Emotional Wounds and Healing, and the other on Trauma, PTSD, and Breast Cancer. (Click on the podcast icons above to hear more from Ashley).

Jennifer Davis

Director & Secretary
  • Worked as Women's Health NP and Survivorship coordinator at local hospital
  • Developed high-risk clinic at local hospital
  • Worked closely with genetic counselor, breast surgeon, and others at hospital
  • Knows the physical/medical side to treatment, but is also a huge advocate for mental health support too
  • Participated in KotF podcast (Click on the podcast icon above to hear more from Jen)

Vanessa Brink

Director
  • NP in medical oncology
  • Knows the physical/medical side to treatment (especially with chemotherapy)
  • Huge supporter of the mental health aspect of treatment too
  • Investigated the potential benefits of Qui Chong for cancer patients
  • Participated in KotF podcast (Click on the podcast icon above to hear more from Vanessa).

How You Can Help Us

join our email list; follow us on social media
share our resources with friends and family
use your skills to support our programs
email us and join our list of volunteers