The Community Cancer Center provides support to cancer patients and their caregivers through programs and services offered on-site at the Cancer Center. Services are in support of the survivor's quality of life and include physical, psycho-social and nutritional services.
Program supports the continuing progress of our clients with our Aftercare Program. Aftercare groups meet once a week and are facilitated by a staff counselor. Designed to help individuals who have completed treatment but are having a difficult time staying away from substances.
Offers a bereavement camp for children ages 7-16, a Grief Resource Library, and other Grief Support Groups. Also offers support groups for grieving parents like Adult Bereavement, Beyond Baby Blues, Empty Arms, Homicide Survivors, and Parents With Empty Arms.
Free parenting program for children ages 18 months - 5 years of age who are struggling with behavioral issues, such as aggression, tantrums, separation anxiety, non-compliance, difficulty in school/daycare, etc.
Helps children who display serious behavioral and emotional difficulties at home, school or in the community. Children are taught social skills, anger management and coping skills. The family component of the program also teaches families to deal effectively with their children’s behaviors.