In Survivors

STEFANIE GLINIANY

Did you know MOCA has several support resources available to you online? In this month’s Teal Talk, MOCA Community Support Program Manger Stefanie Gliniany shares a helpful list of educational, health and wellness programs you can access anytime!

Whether you want to explore complementary therapies, build resilience or even try a new workout—MOCA has you covered!

Have you heard of a “gratitude tree” or the “three things” technique? In MOCA’s Living Well: Finding Joy webinar recording, you’ll learn strategies to build resilience and find a more joy-filled life.

Interested in exploring complementary therapies? Find information on supplements and treatments in MOCA’s Living Well: Complementary Therapies webinar recording, here.

Learn about the latest ovarian cancer treatments and questions to ask your care team in MOCA’s Living Well: Treatment Advances webinar recording.

Are you searching for ways to refresh and recharge? Check out free mindfulness and yoga videos from the Earl E. Bakken Center for Spiritually & Healing, available here.

Learn about clinical trials, cancer legal care, advocating for yourself as a patient and more in a Foundation for Women’s Cancer webinar series, brought to you in partnership with MOCA and Mayo Clinic. Access four recorded webinars, here.

Are you a survivor in need of assistance with transportation or finances? MOCA can help connect you to helpful community resources, here.

We also understand survivors have many questions concerning the coronavirus. MOCA has compiled a list of relevant resources from trusted sources in cancer care, here.

Please reach out with any additional concerns or needs you might have. MOCA is here for you, and we wish you all a healthy, happy and safe holiday season!

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