Our Mission & Vision: To ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. So that no one faces cancer alone.®
Hours of Service
Delivered in Services
Founders (left to right):
Eunice Jadlocki, Ann Tidy, Lynn Arnold, and Nancy Dowd
Men’s Cancer Support Group
Dodie Loughlin Wellness Center
CSCCNJ has served over 14,373 people and has expanded the Board of Trustees to 29 members. Our services have expanded to include many new programs such as our C.H.E.F.S. nutrition program and School Based Support Groups for teens and adolescents.
In addition to the CSCCNJ facility in Bedminster, programs are also offered at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospitals Somerset & New Brunswick, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, Capital Health, Overlook Medical Center, Morristown Medical Center, Hunterdon Medical Center, and the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro.
CSCCNJ is located in a 1760 farm house in the heart of Bedminster. When you visit, look for the white house with the red door in the Crossroads Business Park. GPS finds us best if you use 2020 Burnt Mills Road, Bedminster, NJ.
Cancer Support Community Central New Jersey is a grassroots, independent 501(c)3 and is affiliated with the Cancer Support Community, a unique international organization solely dedicated to researching and addressing the psychosocial impact of cancer on patients, survivors, family and caregivers. Nationally, the organization has been in operation for over thirty years, and in 2009, brought together The Wellness Community and Gilda’s Clubs Worldwide to become Cancer Support Community. By affiliating with CSC, we can ensure that our work is evidence based and on the forefront of program development that addresses the essential needs of all people affected by cancer.
Nationally, CSC reaches 1 million people a year, provides $48 million dollars in free services into the communities that we serve, and is the largest employer of oncology licensed mental health professionals in the country. We have the only national Research and Training Institute that is dedicated to understanding the psychosocial impact of cancer on the lives of patients, family members and caregivers.