Get a Mentor Angel or Become a Mentor Angel
We’ve partnered with Imerman Angels to match mentors, also known as Mentor Angels, with those facing lung cancer. You can sign up to seek support from someone who has been in your shoes OR you can sign up to become a mentor and offer support to another person facing lung cancer.
Read how mentoring impacted these LUNG FORCE Heroes.
Making a Connection
"I searched everywhere. When I connected with my mentor at Imerman Angels, it was the first time I was able to feel, truly understood. I have made new friends that are now walking with me through this. In one conversation we were able to cry until we laughed, it feels so good. I know someone else out there could use the same."
—Nellie S., LUNG FORCE Hero
"I could talk to my Imerman Angel’s mentor and express myself emotionally, and they understood. I decided that I had such a wonderful, positive experience with my mentors that maybe it was a way for me to give back so I’ve become a mentor myself."
—Denise L., LUNG FORCE Hero
Steps to Receive a Mentor Angel:
- Register online by completing the form below. Your information is always kept confidential between the American Lung Association, Imerman Angels and your mentor.
- Once you fill out the form, a cancer support specialist from Imerman Angels will contact you.
Note: This service is free. All Mentor Angels are properly screened and trained. We ask that you only register yourself and if you do register another individual, it’s with their permission.
About Imerman Angels
Imerman Angels provides personalized connections that enable one-on-one support among cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers. This is accomplished through a unique matching process pairing those impacted by cancer with a Mentor Angel. Mentor Angels have faced the same type of cancer. These services are provided for free through trained volunteer Mentor Angels. With 11,000 Mentor Angels lending support and empathy, Imerman Angels can help cancer fighters and caregivers navigate the system, determine their options, and create their own emotional support systems.
Page last updated: December 22, 2020