Programs

Flower Power

As a symbol of hope and support, we send a fresh bouquet of flowers to patients at Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital during their initial appointment for chemotherapy. We also distribute Chemo Care Tote Bags to patients at other local cancer centers that are filled with practical and inspiring items to provide much-needed comfort, relief and relaxation for patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment.  Along with each bouquet and tote bag is a card from Tricia’s Troops Cancer Connection offering further support — because we believe  “Where FAITH Is Planted, MIRACLES Can Bloom!”

People Power

Through this program we focus on the practical concerns, out of pocket costs and daily living needs that arise from living with cancer. By helping alleviate some of the daily stresses associated with a cancer diagnosis, people are able to place more focus on their health, happiness and those they love. To achieve this we provide limited financial assistance and free services to help cancer fighters address some of the non-medical challenges that insurance doesn’t cover. Based on the unique needs of each individual, we may offer support in the following areas:

  • Fuel/Transportation
  • Groceries/Meal Support
  • Home Care (Cleaning, Errands, Repair and Upkeep)
  • Laundry (Wash & Fold Delivery Service)
  • Child Care/Respite Care/Pet Care
  • Utilities/Bills
  • Exercise/Wellness
  • Massage Therapy
  • Wigs

We accept referrals from local cancer centers and can also support individuals who contact Tricia’s Troops directly. If you or someone you know may benefit from the help of Tricia’s Troops, please call (262) 569-7800 or e-mail candi@triciastroops.org.

Prayer Power

This program is all about believing in the power of prayer! We have a group of volunteers committed to lifting up in prayer the names of anyone living with cancer who requests this spiritual support.

If you’d like to make a prayer request or become a Prayer Power volunteer, please call (262) 569-7800 or e-mail candi@triciastroops.org.

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