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Healing with the CCSP

Please stop by the Mary Anne Long Patient and Family Resource Center (PFRC) to learn more about Comprehensive Cancer Support Program (CCSP) services. The PFRC is located on the ground floor of the N.C. Basnight Cancer Hospital, next to the UNC Outpatient Pharmacy and across the lobby from the registration area.

Please call (984) 974-8100 to reach us. We are available from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Two people at the front desk of the Patient and Family Resource Center. They are looking at each other and smiling. There are shelves of books and pamphlets behind them.

Patient and Family Resource Center

The Patient and Family Resource Center is home base for respite, support, education and resource connections.

Young adult cancer patient sits and is talking with Program Coordinator Lauren Lux on a sofa.

Adolescent and Young Adult Program

The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Program offers support, resources, events and connections for cancer patients age 13 to 39.


Caregivers play a huge role in a patient’s recovery. We’re here to support you every step of the way.

Mental Health and Emotional Support

Our group of psychiatrists, psychologists and counselors provide compassionate support for the challenges that often come with a cancer diagnosis.

Financial and Legal Assistance

Get help with legal and financial resources and referrals, and find information about the UNC Pro Bono Legal Clinic.


Survivorship care focuses on the needs of people diagnosed with cancer from the time of their diagnosis, through the balance of their life.

A patient works with a trainer to lift hand weights

Health Coaching and Physical Activity

Exercise is safe and helpful for most people during and after their treatment. Exercise improves your energy, health and physical function.

Integrative Medicine

Integrative medicine offers a personal health approach by combining conventional medical approaches with safe complementary therapies such as yoga, massage and acupuncture.


Oncology dietitians provide individual nutritional counseling focused on survivorship and the nutrition challenges related to surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.

A fellow wearing a white coat talks with a patient in the clinic.

Education and Training

We offer clinical rotations and internship opportunities for students and healthcare professionals interested in psychosocial oncology clinical care and research.

Statewide Engagement and Research

CCSP supports a statewide network to disseminate public health and research projects across North Carolina.

Additional Resources

Browse our affiliated support programs, find digital guide books and access our email newsletter archive.

In response to COVID-19, we have changed how we offer our programming. Please contact us at (984) 974-8100 to learn more.

CCSP wellness resources during COVID-19

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More information for patients

UNC Lineberger Updates  UNC Health Updates

Upcoming Support Events

View all Patient & Caregiver Events

CCSP Leadership Team

CCSP Director

Donald Rosenstein, MD

Director, CCSP
Vice-Chair, General Hospital Psychiatry
Professor, UNC-Chapel Hill

Headshot of Michelle ManningDeputy Director of Administration

Michelle L. Manning, MPH

Deputy Director of Administration, CCSP

CCSP Executive Assistant

Robin Haring

Support the CCSP

Your gift to the CCSP supports our spectrum of services for our patients and their caregivers.

Your donation will help further our mission of caring for patients and their loved ones. Our programs and services support patients during their treatment, recovery and survivorship.

Donate to the CCSP