Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) views treatment as a team effort, with you at the center. Please use this guide as you journey with us.
- Preparing for your first visit
- What to expect during your care
- Coping with side effects of treatment
- Self-care help including support groups, special diets, patient navigators, our Patient & Family Resource Center, and spiritual care
- Services for children and teens, many provided at Seattle Children’s
- Thriving after your active treatment is finished
Nuts and Bolts
- Maps, directions, and phone numbers for our clinics and hospitals
- Transportation tips such as our free shuttle
- Insurance coverage and bills
- Housing at SCCA facilities and in the community
More About SCCA and Seattle
- Learn about support and self care resources at SCCA, including the SCCA Activities Calendar.
- Read the SCCA blog for news about clinical trials, events, and medical breakthroughs.
SCCA provides care at five locations, with most adult clinic visits at the SCCA outpatient clinic at Lake Union. For surgery and overnight hospital stays, adults usually go to University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC). Children and teens up to age 21 typically get care at Seattle Children’s. For certain services or patient convenience, SCCA also has outpatient clinics at UWMC, UW Medical Center-Northwest, and Halvorson Cancer Center, a partnership between SCCA and EvergreenHealth.