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We partner with businesses that prioritize supporting survivors and caretakers through the cancer journey and offer various opportunities to get involved, including sponsoring our events and programs.

Did you know?

As of January 2022, it is estimated that there are 18.1 million cancer survivors in the United States. This represents approximately 5.4% of the population. The number of cancer survivors is projected to increase by 24.4%, to 22.5 million, by 2032.

The US has the highest 5-year cancer survival rate in the world.

Cancer survivors struggle physically, mentally and emotionally long after treatment.

Many cancer survivors end up leaving their jobs, not because of cancer but from the lack of understanding and support they receive from their employers.

Employees who come to work with known medical conditions and who are not fully present cost employers more than $150 billion a year in the United States.

What If?

You could offer a comprehensive cancer support network for your employees.

EMWA proudly introduces

Employer Cancer Support Program

Program Summary

Recognizing that the relationship between employer and employee changes with the onset of cancer, EMWA provides a cancer support/wellness program for both the company through workshops and seminars, and its employees by providing support services as they cope with returning to work with ongoing, mental, physical, and emotional challenges.

Benefits to employees

Cancer Support Navigator

Phone-based supportive services provided by cancer survivors and trained coach/facilitators

L.A.N.D Surviorship Program

  • A personal, live 8-week guided support program

  • Small group (8-10) sessions

  • Facilitated by a cancer survivor and LCSW/LICSW

  • Individualized shared support

Weekly cancer support groups

  • Live or online support groups

  • All cancer type and cancer specific sessions

Resource guides and online support

  • Private Facebook groups

  • Monthly newsletters

  • Workshops

  • Worksheets/Book

Benefits to employers

Cancer Support Navigator

Phone-based supportive services to HR Staff provided by cancer survivors and trained coach


Employer Workshops/Training

Topics including surviving cancer - understanding what happens when the cancer is gone, and effective communications


  • Utilization reporting

  • Feedback

Other Support

  • Monthly newsletters

  • Online resources and information

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Welcome to our Employer members 

We're thrilled to offer our community exclusive access to a directory of companies  who support Each Moment We're Alive's employer cancer support / wellness programs 



John Hoime

Alternative Health

Southwick, MA  01077


Alternative Health

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Ed Batchelder 

Batchelder Associates

Southampton, MA 01073


Batchelder Associates



Terry Laviolette, RN

T-Biomagnetic Therapy

East Longmeadow, MA 01028


T-Biomagnetic Therapy



Daniel J Murphy

Dynamic Solutions Marketing

West Springfield, MA  01089


Dynamic Solutions Marketing

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Erica Ann Beaudry

Licensed Medicare Agent

Easthampton, MA  01027


EA Financial Solutions

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Jon Fennell

Fennell Painting, LLC

West Springfield, MA 01089


Fennell Painting, LLC



Saskia Cote, D.C.Ed

The Healing Coop, Inc

East Longmeadow, MA


The Healing Coop, Inc

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Debbie Sorcinelli

It's A Girl Thing / Shopping with Debbie

Agawam, MA

It's A Girl Thing - Boutique Store

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Lisa Totz

LT Consulting

Holyoke MA  01040


LT Consulting



Melissa Bennett

oHHo - Plants with Benefits

East Longmeadow, MA

oHHo - Plants with Benefits

Final words

We understand that a cancer diagnosis can change the dynamics of the employer/employee relationship. That's why we offer cancer support and wellness programs not just for employees, but also for the company through workshops and seminars. While employers and their associated health plans provide for cancer treatment, our comprehensive support services help employees navigate the mental, physical, and emotional challenges of returning to work after a cancer diagnosis.

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