We offer our patients many resources and support services, including Healing Chair Yoga classes twice weekly, once a month Cancer Bites cooking demonstrations, a Survivorship Nurse and Dietitian on staff and a comfortable, friendly, peaceful clinic environment. We are here for you and our commitment is strong to you, your family and caregivers. Below is another list of resources we find helpful for our patients.
Your one-stop resource for everything related to Cancer and every step of the way.
http://alaskaregional.com/service/cancer-care-center About the Cancer Care Center
http://alaskaregional.com/service/resources Resources available through the Cancer Care Center
Provides information and support to those affected by cancer.
Let every woman know – Alaska was formed to promote awareness and education about gynecologic cancers in Alaska. Proceeds from Let Every Woman Know – Alaska events will be used to fund programs and projects specifically for Alaskan women.
To promote recovery & wellness by providing consumer-driven behavioral healthcare services. Provides a free 24-hour crisis hotline for those who might be suicidal, lonely, or depressed.
Provides support and/or services to those who are grieving or have experienced the death of a loved one. Please call for additional information.
Us TOO is a local men's cancer support group, promoting education and information. You will have an opportunity to meet and talk with other men in your community who are living with prostate cancer and related diseases. They help men and their families make informed decisions about prostate cancer detection and related side effects.
Provides support and promotes the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of women living with cancer.
Offering education, counseling, and support after cancer treatment ends. We understand life after cancer treatment may be different for a Veteran and their family.
We also offer a Cancer Care Navigation Team. Our goal is to assure that Veterans with cancer receive timely, well-coordinated care.