COVID-19 Resource Center

csc_logo_png_sf_bayareaLocal public health officials have indicated that shelter-in-place directives for all of California. Thus, in addition to suspending in-person programs and services for our members, we closed CSC centers in Walnut Creek and Antioch to all staff and volunteers beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020.

We will remain closed and continue to only hold programs virtually. For information on our reopening plans, please click here.

Currently, we are not be able to answer the phones directly. You may still leave voice mail messages at 925.933.0107, we are checking messages regularly and will return them as soon as we are able. In addition, our staff members are able to access and respond to their email messages from home.

We are conducting our support groups, mind/body and exercise programs, educational workshops, and individual counseling via videoconferencing. If you are a current member, and would like access to these programs, please sign up for our weekly emails here.

These are indeed uncertain and troubling times. But we are a community that is deeply aware of crisis and of survivorship. We find resilience, strength and understanding together. Let’s reach out to each other when we can, and hold each other in our hearts at all times.

View virtual programs brochure.

New to Cancer Support Community?
Please call or email Margaret Stauffer at 925.953.1204 and she will reach out to you about how to connect with our services during this time.


Please know also that the CSC national support helpline is available Monday-Friday from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm (PDT) at 888.793.9355.




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We’ve put together a comprehensive list of resources and activities you can access from home to keep you connected.

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COVID Resources - buttons (mental health) COVID Resources - buttons (exercise, etc) COVID Resources - buttons (adult and cuter)
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