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Cornelia "Pinky" Brindle Cancer Resource Center

Improving the quality of life for those facing cancer in Southeast Alaska

Pinky Brindle Cancer Resource CenterA cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. Getting a cancer diagnosis in our island community is even more of a challenge. Some of our clients will fly thousands of miles to complete their cancer treatment.

The Cornelia "Pinky" Brindle Cancer Resource Center supports wellness and healing by providing patients and their loved ones with information, emotional support, and community resources. The staff at PBCRC are here to listen and help you identifying and connect with integrated resources available to patients and their families. There is never a charge for our services.

Out of an abundance of caution and a temporary measure, the Cornelia “Pinky” Brindle Cancer Resource Center has been temporarily closed due to Covid-19. In addition, our regular gift closet, event and support group services are not available at this time. Our services have relocate to the PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center Foundation building at 121 Carlanna Lake Road where we are able to provide supplies at curbside. Simple call or email us for assistance.

When you or a loved one is facing cancer, you deserve to have the best information at your fingertips. Here you’ll be able to reach out to staff who can assist you with questions you and your family may have and find the latest information on cancer prevention, screenings, and cancer resources on the internet. Let us help you in your fight against cancer.

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All on-site classes and support groups are cancelled until further notice. The PBCRC staff continue to be available by phone and email for all support needs.


Jackie Jones-Bailey
907-228-8300 x 8151