Our Programs

Dear Jack Foundation’s programs offer hope and support to young adult patients, survivors, and their caregivers who are coping with a life-threatening cancer diagnosis. 

Dear Jack Foundation’s programs offer hope and support to young adult patients, survivors, and their caregivers who are coping with a life-threatening cancer diagnosis. 

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Breathe Now

Dear Jack Foundation’s Breathe Now program for young adult survivors and their partners utilizes the tools of yoga, meditation, and therapeutic conversations to heal the mind and body and restore balance to their relationship post cancer.

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LifeList

Dear Jack Foundation's LifeList program gives young adults, who are currently facing a life-threatening cancer diagnosis, something positive to focus on outside of their treatment through wish-granting and community connection.

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Mental Wellness Box

The Dear Jack Foundation Mental Wellness Box was created to remove the stigma of asking for mental health support when going through cancer treatment as a young adult. The purpose of this box is to provide mental health resources to young adults in active cancer treatment nationwide.

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LifeList 2022 Q3 Applications

LifeList Applications Open October 3, 2022

Dear Jack Foundation will be accepting 2022 Q4 LifeList program enrollment applications on October 3, 2022 at 10:00am Mountain Time. If you are a young adult, ages 18-39, currently in treatment for cancer, you may qualify for the LifeList program. To get more information, please complete a LifeList Interest Form. Program spots fill up quickly!

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Breathe Now Wellness Retreats

2022 Breathe Now Wellness Retreats

After a break due to COVID-19, Dear Jack Foundation is excited to announce that our Breathe Now Wellness Retreats for young adult survivors and their partners return in Spring of 2022. Due to overwhelming response, all 2022 Breathe Now retreats are currently full.

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There is Hope

Order Your Mental Wellness Box Today

Rates of depression and other psychological disorders are substantially higher in young adults with cancer when compared with older adults, and therefore the need for mental health and wellness resources within the AYA cancer spaces has never been greater. Boxes are available to our AYA cancer patient and survivor community at no cost.

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Program Referral Hospitals

The young adult cancer patients and survivors Dear Jack Foundation serves through our programs are referred to us in part by leading cancer care hospitals in the United States. Program participant applications are also accepted directly from the applicant.

Are you interested in becoming a referral hospital? Are you a hospital staff member and interested in learning more about Dear Jack Foundation’s program requirements and patient referral process? Please fill out our hospital inquiry form.

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