Other Services


All cancer patients, persons living with cancer, and cancer survivors regardless of age, stage, and date of diagnosis are classified as Persons With Disability (PWD) under Section 25, Article VII (Supportive Environment for Persons with Cancer and Cancer Survivors) of Republic Act No. 11215 or the National Integrated Cancer Control Act (NICCA) of 2019.

To apply, visit your local Persons with Disability Affairs Office (PDAO) with your valid ID, Medical/Clinic Abstract from your oncologist, Histopathology Report, and a Certification of Disability signed by your doctor. You may download the template for the Certification of Disability here.


Finding out you have cancer, having treatment for cancer, and living with cancer can cause extreme feelings that persist over time. If you are experiencing mental disturbance at any point in your cancer treatment, please do not hesitate to ask for help from any of the institutions listed below.

IMPORTANT: If you are experiencing current distress and are in need of URGENT ATTENTION, please proceed to the emergency room of the hospital nearest you. 


National Center for Mental Health Crisis Hotline (NCMH-USAP)

0917-899-USAP (8727)
7-7-989-USAP (827)
Philippine Mental Health Association Online Support: https://www.facebook.com/PMHARMHPSS2023
E-mail: pmhacds@gmail.com
Mobile: 0917-565-2036


Ateneo Bulatao Center for Psychological Services

Provides online counseling and Psychological First Aid
Email: bulataocenter.ls@ateneo.edu
Website: ateneobulataocenter.com



The Ruben M. Tanseco, S.J. Center for Family Ministries (RMT-CEFAM) is a ministry undertaken by the Society of Jesus and its lay partners. It seeks to promote family well-being, healing, and growth.

Spiritual-Pastoral Center
Ateneo de Manila University Campus
Seminary Road, Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Satellite Pastoral Counseling Site (In cooperation with Don Bosco Parish)
Don Bosco Parish, Arnaiz Avenue corner Amorsolo Street, Makati City
Email Address: cefam.ateneo@gmail.com
Number (Pastoral Counseling): +63 927 863 9346


Philippine Psychiatric Association: Mind Matters



GrayMatters Psychological and Consultancy, Inc. Philippines



Mental Health First Responders (MHFR)

Provides free online peer and family support. Link to request form here.


In-Touch Community Services

Available 24/7, the Crisis Line provides free, anonymous, and confidential helpline support for anyone who needs it. In Touch provides counseling services for children and teens, adults, couples, and families. 
(02) 8893-7603 / 0917-800-1123 / 0922-893-8944

Website: https://www.in-touch.org


Hopeline PH by the Natasha Goulbourn Foundation

Provides free 24/7 suicide prevention and crisis intervention hotlines.
0917-558-4673 / 0918-873-4673‬ / (02) 8804-4673

UGAT Foundation

Facebook Messenger: http://m.me/ugat.sandaline.35

Link to Counseling Service Request Form here.



SLU- Sunflow Children and Youth Wellness Center, Baguio City


The De La Salle University Dasmariñas Center for Applied Psychology


Psycore Neuro Testing Center (Isabela)

Offers telepsychology services



Western Visayas Psychosocial Support

Offers psychosocial support services
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/westernvisayas.psychosocial/



Camp Navarro General Hospital, Health Service Center, Health Service Command AFP

Offers telepsychology services in Calarian, Zamboanga City
Viber: 0917-305-1891

Psycli-nik psychological assessment and intervention services

Offers telepsychology servicesNZUE Building 3rd floor, Room 3030 Tomas Claudio Street, Zamboanga City
NZUE Building 3rd floor, Room 3030 Tomas Claudio Street, Zamboanga City

Viber: 0917-305-1891
PLDT 955-8103

The HOFFEN CLINIC (Center for Mental Health and Psychosocial Development)

Adventist Hospital Davao
0951815 HOPE (0951-815-4673)
(082)-297-2761 loc 269
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavaoCityMentalHealth
E-mail: centerformentalhealth@adventisthealth-dvo.com



Hair For Hope is a partnership program with Makati Medical Center, Asian Hospital, UP Manila, ADMU and other beneficiary organizations, that provides free wigs to cancer patients. For every nine quality-passed hair bundles, Hair for Hope will give one wig to the chosen beneficiary organization for a patient in need.

1. Make sure to dry and brush hair. To keep the hair less messy as much as possible. Clean, shampoo, and/or condition hair, without any styling, hairspray, or additional hair products. Hair for Hope accepts treated, bleached, rebonded, colored, curly or straight hair.
2. Create a ponytail with an elastic band. Measure the length of the ponytail from the elastic band to the tips, making sure it’s at least 12 inches or 30.5 cm long.
3. Cut the hair just above the elastic band so that the elastic band remains on the ponytail after cutting and keeps cut hair together.
Place the ponytail, keep it intact with the elastic band, in a zipper-locked bag and seal tightly.
4. If you choose to get your hair cut for donations from a trained hairstylist of HEADS volu-med Manila, there is a service fee of Php 400.00 that will be charged.
5. You may take a photo of the Before & After Haircut which will be posted in the Hair for Hope social media accounts.
6. You may request a Certificate of Donation by sending the following details via email to hairforhope@heads.ph
a. Complete Name
b. Pictures (Before & After Haircut)
c. Date of Donation

For Hair Donation via courier, please send to the following addresses:

The European Hair Factory Inc.
Block 1 Lot 9 Southpoint Subdivision, Brgy. Banay-Banay, Cabuyao City Laguna, 4025 Philippines

Heads Volu-med Manila
Ground Floor Unit 133 Makati Shangri-la Hotel Ayala Avenue, Makati City 1200
Attention to: Ms. Rocel Suruelos I hairforhope@heads.ph | +63-9209706922