Frequently Asked Questions - Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What type of support does the Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation provide?
A: Free, confidential, one-on-one discussions with one of our law enforcement cancer survivors.

 

Q: Who can call the Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation?
A: Any member of the law enforcement community affected by a cancer diagnosis. This includes any city, county, state, federal or tribal law enforcement personnel, sworn or professional, as well as spouses, children, friends and loved ones.

 

Q: When should I call?
A: Whenever you are ready to talk. We are here anytime you need us.

 

Q: What happens when I call?
A: We will ask you about your cancer diagnosis, your treatment and we will match you with one of our law enforcement cancer support team members who has had the same or similar type and stage of cancer. We will usually reach out to you within 24 hours.

 

Q: Who will be contacting me from the Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation Team?
A: If we need additional information from you in order to better connect you with a compatible mentor, our Wellness Coordinator will make the initial contact with you. After we identify the best suitable mentor, our law enforcement cancer survivor will contact you within 24 hours.

 

Q: Can I donate to the Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation?
A: The foundation is a volunteer driven donor supported nationwide organization. We maintain our outreach based on your donations. If you, your law enforcement organization or private company would like to donate to the foundation, please contact any one of our foundation staff or complete the contact us form here.