What kind of services does POST offer?
POST provides counseling services, case management, financial crisis stabilization, support groups, hospital visits, educational planning, services for siblings and bereavement care.
How much do POST’s services cost?
POST’s services are 100% free for families who have a child diagnosed with cancer. We are here to help and thanks to contributions from our partners, we are able to provide every service a family needs.
Do I need an appointment to meet with someone from POST?
No appointments are necessary. Just stop by the office! However, if you have a specific question, or an issue you would like dealt with privately, then an appointment is recommended. To make an appointment, you can call the office at 561-882-6336.
How long do I have access to POST’s services?
POST’s services are available to families dealing with a cancer diagnosis during treatment through survivorship, and bereavement care if needed. We’re here as long as you need us!
Is this a Palliative Care program?
Yes, but not in the way that many people use the term “palliative.” It actually just means to help by giving comfort throughout the disease process. It includes the time from diagnosis to the end of care.