Bright Spot Network provides young cancer survivors who are parents of small children with a safe space for individual and familial healing, recovery, and reconnection. We do this through family-focused retreats, survivor “matchmaking,” and connecting families with needed support and children’s therapy resources.
We focus on young parents and guardians caring for young children at the time of diagnosis, including those diagnosed during pregnancy.
We value empathy, equity and justice. Our community is built on trust and authentic connection. We hold hope and healing alongside grief and loss.
Bright Spot Network serves families where a parent, or primary caregiver, of a preschool-age kid (ages 0-6 or pregnant at the time of diagnosis) has cancer. We serve people from diagnosis to survivorship, those in active treatment and living with cancer, understanding that a cancer "journey" can be long for the patient and their family.
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