You’ve finished active treatment. Congratulations!  It's very real to face this part of your journey with mixed feelings. You are relieved, but still unsure about what the future holds and how to fully embrace your "new normal". Life and your body has changed and your emotional outlook is different now. Some say the transition into post-treatment is where the real work begins. Don't hesitate to speak to your medical team, to reach out for counseling or to reach out to us if you are seeking support.


Fitting Services

Wigs, Hats, Bras, Prostheses and Apparel

Your treatment may include surgery, treatments, medications that will affect your physical appearance. We provide a private atmosphere for wig and mastectomy fittings. Fitting services are provided in Delmar, Saratoga Springs and Amsterdam, NY. Please click here for more information or call 518-439-5975 to schedule an appointment.


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Support Services

Support groups provide a safe place to share feelings and information that remains confidential. Group facilitators guide women through thoughtful discussion. Surround yourself with women who understand. To Life! offers a number of support groups that meet monthly. Learn more about this valuable resource by clicking here.


Educational Programs

Throughout the year To Life! offers educational programs free-of-charge to anyone who is interested. See what's coming up by clicking here.


Additional Resources

Many women are surprised to find post-treatment is when some of the most difficult feelings arise. Well-meaning family, friends and colleagues celebrate that things are “back to normal" but your life has changed, your perspective has changed.

Here are links to services and resources To Life! has assembled.

General Resources List

Financial Resources

Resources by County

Breast Cancer: Follow-up Care and Monitoring,

Breast Cancer: Questions to Ask the Health Care Team

Facing Forward: Life After Cancer Treatment

Follow-up Care after Cancer Treatment,

Living after Cancer: What is a Cancer Survivorship Care Plan?, University of Rochester Medical Center

Living with a History of Breast Cancer, Living Beyond Breast Cancer

Managing the Emotional Effects of Breast Cancer

Post-Treatment Care, Young Survival Coalition

Questions to Ask Your Doctor When You Have Finished Treatment

The Mental and Emotional Challenges of Surviving Cancer