About Us

These are just some of the programs and services offered by The ECHO Cancer Foundation:

ONE to ONE MENTOR PROGRAM – This unique program offers the cancer patient support and information from someone who has “been there”. Trained Mentors are available to listen and talk to you regarding any questions or concerns that you may have. This program is free of charge and is available to any cancer patients, regardless of where the patient is receiving treatment.

LUNCH – If you have not brought lunch for yourself, we can arrange delivery of a boxed lunch from a local café at the cost of $5 per lunch. Please let the Beacon of Hope Volunteer know that you will need lunch when you arrive.

COFFEE, TEA & GOODIES – Complementary coffee and tea is available for you and your guests while you’re in the waiting area and chemotherapy suite.

WIGS, PROSTHESES & APPAREL – The Foundation Office has a generous supply of gently used and lovingly refurbished wigs for anyone who needs one. Resource and information about post-surgery, Lymphedema and chemotherapy products are also available.

LYMPHEDEMA SUPPORT – Personalized help to understand risk factors, prevention strategies and coping with Lymphedema.

TRANSPORTATION – We can help arrange transportation to and from chemotherapy or doctors appointments. We ask for a minimum of 24 hours notice to help with transportation..

RESOURCE CENTER – We have a large collection of books to borrow that may help you cope and better understand your disease. We also have several laptops that may be used while receiving treatment here in the office.

Please remember that we are here to help you find your way through your cancer diagnosis and treatment. Contact the Foundation to learn more.

Laura Stevenson-Flom, Executive Director
330 Washington Street, Suite 220
Norwich, CT 06360
860-886-8362 ext. 289

What is the Purpose of the ECHO Cancer Foundation?

The ECHO Cancer Foundation is a unique non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing supportive services, guidance and education to cancer patients and their caregivers.

It is our goal to address each patient’s individual needs so that no one lacks care or comfort while living with cancer.



Terri Slater, President

Laura Stevenson-Flom, Executive Director

Laura Stevenson-Flom, Executive Director








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