Finding someone who understands what you are going through can be challenging. That is why we invite anyone who has been affected by cancer to attend one of our groups.Groups provide a safe, accepting environment for patients and loved ones to talk openly about the stress a cancer diagnosis brings. We have a support group for all types of cancer, as well as a group specifically for breast cancer. Caregiver, bereavement and children’s groups are also available.
Stress relief is an important part of managing a cancer diagnosis. We offer many options for relaxation and stress management:
All services are performed by Licensed professionals. Some therapists are available to come to your home.
Home of Hope regularly offers classes and workshops to inform participants about various effects of cancer and ways to cope with the challenges presented by a cancer diagnosis. Doctors, nurses, and dietitians are among the professionals that volunteer their time as guest speakers. Lunch & Learns are an informal way to get up to date information on cancer-related topics and we provide lunch!
At Home of Hope, our goal is to help people affected by cancer and their loved ones in a variety of ways. Home of Hope understands that children experience the anxiety and uncertainty much like adults. That is why we provide support sessions at area schools. Contact the school counselor or Home of Hope for days
Additional information is also available through the Home of Hope lending library which carries a wide variety of books, music and movies. Our goal is to provide access to relevant health-related resources, as well as materials for enjoyment.
There may be times when something arises and you or your loved one is unsure about where to turn. Home of Hope is here to help. Even if we are unable to provide the service or tool you need, our staff will work to find the resources that you need. Home of Hope is part of a network of service providers meeting the unique needs of individuals and families facing challenges associated with cancer.