Supporting a Loved One
No family should have to face cancer alone. That’s why each of our hospitals offers a range of services to support your physical, emotional and spiritual needs surrounding a cancer diagnosis.
Cancer Care Coordinators
These specialists help coordinate care among providers, explain treatment plans and answer your questions.
Your spiritual health is a critical part of cancer treatment and recovery. Board-certified chaplains and Catholic priests are available 24 hours a day to visit with you or your loved one. Our chaplains can also contact your pastor, priest, rabbi or spiritual advisor. We always respect your spiritual traditions.
Our team can design a diet and supplement plan tailored to your needs.
We can help you find the right wig, skin care product or support group. Just let us know what you need.
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- Art programs
- Lymphedema prevention and treatment
- Spiritual counseling
Palliative care offers extra care and support for you and your loved ones while you cope with the challenge of a serious diagnosis. These services are provided during any phase of an illness, including active treatments such as chemotherapy. Palliative care addresses physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual needs, as well as facilitates patient autonomy, access to information and choice.
American Cancer Society Navigator
The American Cancer Society Patient Navigator program helps patients, families and caregivers navigate the many systems encountered during the cancer journey. Trained patient navigators help connect you to the appropriate programs and resources.
Contact your local hospital to learn more about specific resources available in your area.