DBCC’s Pink Folder

What’s inside?

DBCC’s Pink Folder is a free toolkit of resources provided to those newly diagnosed with breast cancer in Delaware. Each folder includes a variety of resources including information and resources relative to the needs of someone who is recently diagnosed with breast cancer.

DBCC’s Pink Folder is provided to hospitals, imaging centers, surgery centers, cancer centers, and physicians at no cost to share with patients who have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer.

If you would like to discuss receiving Pink Folders to distribute
at your organization please contact Stephanie Cumella at email hidden; JavaScript is required


Hello,

We understand you probably feel like you just got hit with the worst news of your life.

We understand the hurdles and complications of having breast cancer at all stages in life. This is why we are so passionate about our organization, the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, and our Peer Mentor Program. All of us (Connie, Erica, Lois, Mary Jo, Nanny, Natalie, and Stephanie) personally know the feeling of being diagnosed with cancer, but we hope that our stories can inspire you to fight and continue to live life to the fullest.

This stinks (insert your choice word here). It’s not fair. We agree 150%, but know we are here for you, no matter what, throughout your journey.

The main goal of the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition is to provide support, networking, and education to women and men diagnosed with breast cancer. Topics include but are not limited to fertility, nutrition, sexuality, treatment options, resources, and continuing to live life to the fullest at every age.

You will find our photos and phone numbers below. When you are ready to talk and need someone who understands what you’re going through, we are here to listen without judgment. In the meantime, we encourage you to check out the materials available to you below if you did not receive a Pink Folder from your Oncologist.

Not ready to talk over the phone?

Join our community online, by following us on social media @debreastcancerco or @deyoungsurvivors to stay in the loop with upcoming events & activities!

Healing thoughts to you and your family. We look forward to meeting you soon!
The Survivorship Team

“My name is Connie, I was diagnosed at 45.”

Connie Holdridge
Program Director Sussex County
(302)212-2947 X 1030
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18977 Munchy Branch Rd. Unit I
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

“Hi, my name is Stephanie, I was diagnosed at 32.”

Stephanie Cumella
Program Manager Young Survivors In Action
(302) 672-6435 X 1005
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165 Commerce Way,
Dover DE 19901

“Hi, my name is Lois I was diagnosed at 47.”

Lois Wilkinson
Program Manager Nurture with Nature
(302) 672-6435 X 1001
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165 Commerce Way
Dover, DE 19901

“Hi my name is Meridith, I was diagnosed at 39.”

Meridith Rothstein
Survivorship Specialist
302-212-2947 X 1032
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18977 Munchy Branch Rd, Unit 1
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

“Hi my name is Erica, I was diagnosed at 44.”

Erica Saunders
Survivorship Specialist
302-778-1102 X 1001
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100 W. 10th Street, Suite 209
Wilmington, DE 19801

“Hi my name is Nanny, I was diagnosed at 47.”
Hablo español!

Mignaliz (Nanny) Vega-Morales
Bilingual Survivorship Specialist
(302) 778-1102 x 1017
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100 W. 10th Street, Suite 209
Wilmington, DE 19801

“Hi my name is Natalie, I was diagnosed at 50.”

Natalie Belcher
Survivorship Specialist
302-672-6435
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165 Commerce Way
Dover, DE 19901