Original Air Date: Wednesday, October 17th from 2-4pm


The cost of cancer care can cause a major financial burden for people diagnosed with cancer and their families. Even more so for those among the behavioral health population since financial hardships can often lead to poor mental health and physical outcomes. That is why the National Behavioral Health Network for Tobacco & Cancer Control is looking at how behavioral health providers can implement practices that may help alleviate some of this financial burden and therefore improve health outcomes.

Learning Objectives

During the webinar, learn how you, as a behavioral health provider, can provide clients with financial resources, such as health care coverage and national organization support services, over the course of the cancer continuum.


  • Laura Hale, Program Specialist, American Lung Association;
  • Shannon Morris, Senior Mission Delivery Manager, National Cancer Information Center, American Cancer Society;
  • Diane Beneventi, PhD., Supervisor, Department of Behavioral Science, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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