The Internet can be a useful tool for finding information about cancer and connecting with other cancer patients, survivors and caregivers. However, it is sometimes difficult to know whether the information you are reading is credible and reliable information. Because Internet content is not regulated, we encourage you to be cautious and use good judgment when searching online for information. Be critical about the sources you use and be sure to discuss the information with your health care team. We highly recommend  American Cancer Society’s  Cancer Information on the Internet.

Check out the below websites for additional information on cancer and blood related disorders.

Sheboygan County Resources

The TLC (Together we Live with Cancer) Supportive Community
Matthews Oncology Associates / Sheboygan Cancer & Blood Specialists
1621 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan, WI
(920) 458-7433 or (920) 452-1650

The Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund
1621 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan, WI
(920) 457-2223 or (920) 45-SCCF

Sheboygan County Aging & Disability Resource Center
650 Forest Avenue, Sheboygan Falls, WI
(920) 467-4100 or (800) 596-1919

Sheboygan County Meals on Wheels
1004 S. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan, WI
(920) 451-7011

Sheboygan County YMCA – LIVESTRONG at the Y
812 Broughton Drive, Sheboygan, WI
(920) 451-8000

Family Caregivers Coalition in Sheboygan County
(920) 467-4100 or (800) 596-1919

National Resources

National Cancer Institute
(800) 4-CANCER

American Society of Clinical Oncology
(888) 651-3038

American Cancer Society
(800) 227-2345

Cancer Care, Inc.
(800) 813-4673