Who is buddhi for?
At this time, we exist to lighten the mental and emotional load for cancer thrivers (in treatment, living with and recovering from cancer) and their caregivers, with additional resources for supporters to learn how they could really use your help. We support healing across the entire cancer experience — regardless of time, diagnosis or geography. Membership is required to keep our community safe from trolls.
How much does buddhi cost?
At this time, buddhi membership is FREE!
How can I support a friend in treatment?
Invite them to buddhi (duh)! You can also invite them to join with a gift from our buddhi Shop, or learn other ways you can support them with these tips and a guide, curated just for you!
Does buddhi support caregivers or those who have a loved one in treatment?
Anyone can join for free here. But we are a new start-up with a lean team and primarily serve adults in treatment or recovery. We support healing across the entire cancer experience — regardless of time, diagnosis or geography. As we grow, resources will better serve everyone impacted by a diagnosis.
I am a private person and don’t want to share personal details of my life. Can you still support me?
How can we partner together?
Great question! Below you’ll find contact information for our team.
1) If you are a wellness business, please connect with us at: email@example.com
2) If you are a cancer-related organization, please connect with us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have a press kit?
Not yet, but for press inquiries please connect with us at email@example.com.
I love buddhi and want to tell everyone about it. What can I do?
Why thank you, and we love you too, bud!
Please drop us a note to learn more about our Ambassador program: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am not 18 yet, can I still join?
Unfortunately, no. 😔Our founder was treated as a teenager and while we have a soft spot for those in treatment and recovery for childhood cancer, some content on our site is not suitable for minors.
Do you provide 1:1 matching with patients/survivors?
No, but Imerman Angels is a wonderful organization to check out.
Are you a support group or do you offer therapy?
buddhi is a cancer coping resource, but it is not a replacement for treatment, therapy or mental health services. Additional support resources are available, at no cost, through The Cancer Support Community.
Don’t see an answer to your question? Contact us here. We are a lean team and will respond to questions, feedback and concerns as soon as we possibly can.