Support Services

Support Services


A diagnosis of lymphoma may bring about many different emotions – but the Lymphoma Research Foundation is here to help.  Whether you are newly diagnosed or seeking help with long-term survivorship, the Foundation offers a wide range of support services for people with lymphoma and their loved ones.

Lymphoma Research Foundation Helpline

Trained Helpline staff provide individualized information on types of lymphoma, diagnostic tests, treatment options, potential side effects, and the latest in research to more than 10,000 patients and caregivers each year.

Helpline services include:

  • Provide patients and caregivers with a list of questions to ask their healthcare team
  • Conduct customized clinical trial searches and provide a list of potential trials through the Clinical Trials Information Service (CTIS)
  • Connect patients and caregivers with others who have gone through a similar experience through the Lymphoma Support Network (LSN)
  • Provide patients and caregivers with financial assistance resources and other referrals for existing unmet needs

Contact the Helpline toll-free at 800-500-9976 or email at with any of your lymphoma-related questions, Monday through Friday from 9:30am – 7:30pm Eastern Standard Time (ET).

Lymphoma Foundation Research Support Services

The Foundation’s Clinical Trials Information Service provides patients and caregivers with information about clinical trials being conducted at cancer centers nationwide.

The Foundation offers a Patient Aid Program for people currently undergoing treatment for lymphoma to assist with quality-of-life expenses.

Helpline and Clinical Trials Information Service Supporters

This program is supported through unrestricted educational grants from: