UCSF HELEN DILLER FAMILY COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER

  • Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center
    The webpage contains information about the Breast Care Center, screening, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship and many other resources 
    cancer.ucsf.edu/breastcarecenter/ 
  • New Patient and Caregiver Orientation
    This online orientation includes information for the incoming patient and their support team to help navigate the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. Call 415-885-3693 for more information.
    http://cancer.ucsf.edu/support/crc/orientation
  • The Ida and Joseph Friend Cancer Resource Center 
    The Ida and Joseph Friend Cancer Resource Center is on the first floor of Mt. Zion (1600 Divisadero). The Cancer Resource Center supports wellness and healing by providing patients and loved ones with information, emotional support and community. 415-885-3693
    http://cancer.ucsf.edu/support/crc/ 
  • Fishbon Library 
    Located on the first floor at 1600 Divisadero, a professional medical librarian can help you obtain health and medical information, and to research specific medical questions. 415-885-7285 or email patientlibrary@ucsf.edu
    mountzion.ucsfmedicalcenter.org/phl 
  • Osher Center for Integrative Medicine  
    Offers patient care, classes, lectures, and online videos integrating modern medicine, healthy lifestyle practices, and healing approaches from around the globe. Just across from Mt. Zion at 1545 Divisadero. 415-353-7700
    http://www.osher.ucsf.edu/ 
  • Art for Recovery  
    Art for Recovery provides art workshops, visits at the bedside, and individual attention to individuals who are coping with life-threatening illness. 415-885-7221
    http://www.cancer.ucsf.edu/afr
  • Symptom Management Service
    Symptom Management Service works with your oncology team to provide treatment and counseling for physicial and emotional cancer symptoms. 415-885-7671
    http://cancer.ucsf.edu/support/sms/
  • Psycho-Oncology
    Psycho-Oncology offers assistance with adjustment, stresses of medical treatment, emotional needs, relationships, coping with pain, insomnia and other symptoms. 415-353-7019
    http://cancer.ucsf.edu/support/psycho-oncology/ 
  • Legacy Project
    The Legacy Project is a free video-recording service for individuals facing life-threatening illness in the Bay Area. They help individauls record their stories, favorite memories and messages for their loved ones to inherit.
    http://www.ucsflegacyproject.com
  • Spiritual Care Services
    Chaplains provide support to patients, family members, friends and staff. 415-353-1941
    http://www.ucsfhealth.org/services/spiritual_care/  
  • Nutrition Counseling and Workshops
    Meet one-on-one with a dietician, download handouts, or attend nutrition seminars.
    http://cancer.ucsf.edu/support/crc/nutrition-counseling-and-workshops