What is a Myeloma Coach?
We understand that having multiple myeloma is not easy. Myeloma Coaches are a team of myeloma patient and caregiver volunteers who can help you find and use the best myeloma resources so you can better navigate your myeloma care. Get help finding a myeloma specialist, learning about financial aid or using online and digital resources that can help you live longer and better with multiple myeloma.
Myeloma Coaches have skills to share that include:
- Mental/emotional health
- Navigating Medicare/Medicaid
- Physical health
- Nutrition and exercise
- Financial help and guidance
- Stem cell transplant advice
- Computer skills
- Myeloma in younger patients
- African American myeloma patients
- How to become your best advocate
- Clinical trials
- Short/long term disability
Find a Myeloma Coach
Become a Myeloma Coach
If you are a myeloma patient or caregiver who wants to give back and you can volunteer at least 8 hours per month for up to a year, join us and become a Myeloma Coach. Myeloma Coaches will be trained to help patients learn where they can go to find the best and most helpful resources.
“Because this disease is treatable, it’s important to have someone to
talk to that can help you through the emotional and physical aspects.
Coaches are essential in fighting myeloma.
When you have a Coach, it helps build a positive attitude that you can get through this disease”
-Doug Stewart, Ogden, UT
Myeloma Coach is a program of the Myeloma Crowd, a non-profit organization.
Special thanks to our Myeloma Coach sponsors: