The CLL Society Peer Support Program
If you or a family member has been diagnosed with CLL / SLL, often it is helpful to speak with someone who is going through the same thing and can share their experiences and how they learned to manage their disease. Whether it is watch and wait, insurance, newly diagnosed questions, or treatment decisions and side effects, the emotional rollercoaster that most patients experience can be challenging to manage. Having someone to listen to and support you can be crucial to your mental well-being.
The CLL Society Peer Support Program offers patients like you personal and confidential one-to-one support. It can provide resources to help you understand your disease and how to manage your daily lives. It can teach you ways to educate yourself on CLL / SLL and become a stronger advocate for your health.
Connect with a CLL Society Peer Support Volunteer Today
Please complete the online request form to request a meeting with a CLL Society Peer Support Volunteer who has been trained to understand the major issues CLL / SLL patients experience along their journey. You will be asked to provide your name, contact information (email and phone number), and the time zone you are located in. Meetings can be conducted via phone or ZOOM.
If you have specific questions or topics you would like to discuss, please provide this information on the request form. Doing so will help your peer support volunteer to better prepare for your meeting in advance.
Consultations are open to individuals residing outside the United States. All consultations will be conducted in English.
The CLL Society Peer Support Program is not designed to provide medical advice or recommendations. All medical decisions should be carefully reviewed with your healthcare team.