|Amedisys Hospice Of Roseburg
|American Cancer Society
|Douglas County Cancer Services
Assistance in service areas: Lodging, Gas, Nutritional supplements, phone buddies, wigs, turbans, bras, prostesis & support groups
Douglas County Cancer Services (DCCS) is an all volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to providing support and services to Douglas County residents dealing with a cancer diagnosis. We have been serving Douglas County since 1989 and are a sole entity governed only by its volunteer board of directors. All monies raised stay in Douglas County to provide needed services to cancer patients. DCCS is funded solely through donations, grants and several fund raisers conducted throughout the year. All of the services offered are free to cancer patients, dependent upon available funding. Douglas County Cancer Services is proud to be a member of this community and assist those Douglas County residents in their journey to survive an often debilitating disease. Volunteer opportunities are available and Volunteers are always needed and very much appreciated. Office hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. For more information contact Douglas County Cancer Services at 541-440-9409 or visit the web site at www.dccancerservices.com
|Mercy Home Health & Hospice
|Mercy Medical Center
|Mercy Outpatient Lab
Located on the the second floor of the Community Cancer Center.
Monday - Thursday 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
|Randy Moore, D.O.
|Scott Moore, PA-C
Roseburg Radiation Oncology
|Roseburg Veterans Administration Medical Center
|Tobacco Cessation - Quit Resources
541-673-2267 ext. 5104
NextStep - Smoking Cessation Weekly Support Group
Next Step is a smoking cessation support group of men and women helping each other to understand the health dangers of smoking, nicotine addiction and how to make positive steps toward living their lives free of nicotine.
No Dues or Fees to join
Ongoing Program ~ Join Anytime
Meets Weekly onTuesday's
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Community Cancer Center
Conference Room A & B
Become an EX
The EX Plan can show you a whole new way to think about quitting. It’s based on personal experiences from ex-smokers as well as the latest scientific research from the experts at Mayo Clinic.
FreshStart Tobacco Cessation Class
Freshstart is a smoking cessation program developed by ACS and offered by the Community Cancer Center. This program is designed to help participants take charge of their efforts to quit using tobacco.
Participants receive weekly coaching and mentoring to aid them in quitting smoking for good.
Guide to Quitting Smoking
Freedom From Smoking® is an American Lung Association online program specifically designed for adults who want to quit smoking.
A 12-step program to help people live tobacco-free lives. Services are available by phone, online and in many communities.
Oregon Tobacco Quit Line
The Oregon Tobacco Quit Line is a free program offering tips, information, and one-on-one telephone counseling to anyone looking to quit tobacco or help someone quit. Quit coaches will help you make your own plan to fit your own life. No pressure, no guilt. Coaches can even help you figure out if you are eligible for free nicotine gum or the patch. Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669).
Different people need different resources as they try to quit smoking cigarettes. The information and assistance available on this website can help to support both your immediate and long-term needs as you become, and remain, a non-smoker.
This site is designed and run by people at the National Cancer Institute to help teens take control of their health.
SmokefreeVET is a mobile text messaging service for military Veterans who receive their health care through VA. Visit Tricare to learn more about available tobacco cessation services.
|United Community Action Network
(541)672-3421 or (800)301-8226
Services include: Food, Housing, Heat/Utilities, Transportation and others.
|Joshua Weese, M.D.
|Stephen Williams, M.D.