BATON ROUGE- Cancer Services helps cancer patients and their families with financial, educational, and emotional needs. They are currently serving 10 parishes in Baton Rouge.
This morning, the new director, Jill Roshto, stopped by 2une In to tell us about some programs offered by Cancer Services.
"We have an incredibly dedicated staff," Roshto told News 2's Kylie Dixon. "They can help navigate the process."
Cancer Services holds events throughout the year for their children's programs.
"Coming up in May we're going to be taking a group to Disney on Ice," said Roshto. "We also have two camps. Camp Care, which is a summer camp for children with cancer and their siblings. We also have Camp Climb, which is for children who have lost a parent or guardian."
No one should have to battle cancer alone and scared, and with Cancer Services you don't have to.
On April 10th they will host a Jambalaya fundraiser at 550 Lobdell Ave. Each dinner will be $10.
For more information about Cancer Services you can visit their website.
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