The purpose of this NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center is to improve diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer. Primary services include clinical research; quality patient care; community education and outreach; and a supportive healing program, with wellness classes and services. Please check their website for multiple locations.
The purpose of Supportive Care for Healing in The University of Arizona Cancer Center is to address the whole person by focusing on health and life of people with cancer as well as their loved ones. Primary services include assistance in the ability to get health care and follow-up treatment, support, patient education and resources, a pain/palliative care center, touch therapies and movement classes, comprehensive healing groups, social workers, nutritional counseling, and a survivorship program.
The purpose of The Survivorship Program at the University of Arizona Cancer Center is to address the full spectrum of needs and concern of cancer survivors through stages of treatment and recovery. Primary services include individualized survivorship care plan, integrative medicine, nutrition and physical activity guidance, evidence-based counseling regarding complementary therapies, guidance with goals, and assistance regaining a sense of control and well-being despite the diagnosis.
The purpose of the VHA is to provide quality healthcare to Veterans and their families. Primary services include comprehensive healthcare services; a call center; compensated work therapy; mental health services; educational resources and programs; and support services. Click on "Locations" in the menu to find a facility nearest you.
The purpose of this organization is to provide free therapy to low income women. Primary services include individual long-term counseling by professional therapists who volunteer their time to provide services to women who are referred by the Women's Counseling Network.