Our support groups and classes offer a way to connect with others who are going through similar experiences. They may provide you—and your loved ones—with information, assistance and encouragement. Our classes are open to the general public. You don’t have to be a patient of the Cancer Partnership to attend.
Please note: At this time, classes are only offered virtually. Please contact us to register.
We occasionally offer cancer-related special events such as guest speakers, art shows and more. These events are typically open to the public. Check back soon for information on upcoming events!
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When you’ve been a cancer patient yourself, you have valuable insight and information to share with others going through their own cancer journey. Volunteering can be a great way to help those now walking in the shoes you’ve walked in.
As a volunteer, you might work in our Cancer Resource Center or help drive patients to their medical appointments through the Road to Recovery Program. You could also help with our “Look Better. Feel Better” class. There are many opportunities, and we can help you find something that matches your skills and interests.
To make sure your experience is rewarding and best benefits our patients, we ask all volunteers to take part in formal training offered by Providence and the American Cancer Society. To learn more about volunteering, call 425-261-4580.
Along with all the other concerns you’re likely to have, you may worry about the cost of your care and what your insurance will cover. We accept most health insurance plans and will bill them directly. Financial counselors are available to address any questions or concerns about payment. We try to make things as easy as possible for you so you can devote your time and energy to getting well.