Mission & History
CSCAZ uplifts and strengthens people impacted by cancer by providing support, fostering compassionate communities, and breaking down barriers to care.
The place is a historic house built in 1908 on Palm Lane in downtown Phoenix. The house is named in honor of Ina Levine, a woman who embodied both the need for compassion and caring for others and the ability to have strength in the face of cancer. The charming home is the foundation of a nurturing environment away from, and unlike that of the hospital, medical offices and clinics we traditionally associate with treating cancer.
Our local Arizona affiliate is part of a national organization, Cancer Support Community, with 47 U.S. and international affiliates. All locations benefit from shared research conducted by the national Research and Training Institute. As our participants provide feedback about their journey, each person is contributing to strengthening the organization’s mission and ability to serve people impacted by cancer. Everyone impacted by cancer receives the support they want and need throughout their experience.
| 914 North San Francisco Street, Suite G, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 |
| 360 East Palm Lane Phoenix, AZ 85004 |
Central Phoenix: (602) 712-1006
Northern Arizona: (928) 236-2333
Tax ID: 86-0897810