Complementary Cancer Care

We provide non-medical complementary services accessible to all cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors in Brevard County. These services are designed to complement standard medical treatment and are free of cost.


Complementary Cancer Care began with one idea in mind:



In this context, HEAL does not necessarily mean CURE, but instead refers to a state where someone experiences less suffering and feels more whole, no matter their diagnosis or prognosis.

Our programs complement medical treatment and fill the gaps between patient and person:

~  Weekly movement classes address body changes

~  Monthly support group and creative expression classes address changes in relationships

~  Seasonal educational talks and our library of resources empower through information and new ideas on the road to healing

Help us continue to provide services free of cost through your generous donations.  We are a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, and all donations are tax deductible.


Come celebrate with us!

4th Annual Essay Contest – Write Your Cancer Story

Essay contest winners were announced during our annual Art & Wine Reception Honoring our Local Cancer Survivors held on June 23rd. Our finalists read their essays during this event and their essays will be published in Brevard County local newspapers Florida Today and Hometown News website.  Click here to view the essays!


Important Update: Changes to Medication Delivery

The Government is Stopping Us from Delivering Your Drugs. What You Can Do

URGENT!  We are asking for your help.  Patients of Cancer Care Centers of Brevard recently received a letter informing them that CCCB can no longer mail or deliver your drugs, which has been a convenient service, especially for those who may have transportation issues or be too sick to make an extra trip to the clinic.  Such a change risks disrupting or stopping the care of sick patients.

In addition, patients are now required to personally visit the clinic to pick up all medications. Even friends and family members cannot pick them up for you!  You can download the full letter here.

We have also been informed that CCCB provides prescriptions for some patients that are not available through our local pharmacies.  Their only option now is to receive their prescriptions from big corporations called pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs).  But PBMs often delay or deny care!

Please consider contacting your Members of Congress and ask them to help fix this change.  You can access a draft letter online using this link:  This link will bring you to a form that is quick and easy to contact Congressman Bill Posey, Senator Rick Scott, and Senator Marco Rubio.

We are asking that you let your voice be heard, even if you are not a CCCB patient.  Please speak out on behalf of your fellow cancer survivors.  Thank you!


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