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Cancer patients and their families can count on guidance, information and supportive services from the team of experts at the HOPE Resource Center. The HOPE Resource Center, located on the first floor of the Payson Center for Cancer Care, provides services to assist you with all aspects of your cancer experience. In addition to radiation, medical oncology and surgery, the Center offer programs and services that address the physical and emotional needs of patients and their families.
Fittings by appointment available for women who have had breast surgery. Also provided are post-operative camisoles, mastectomy bras, prosthetics and some everyday items.
Nancy Lockhart, RN, CFm
Catie Casey, CMF
A registered dietitian, specially trained in oncology nutrition, is
available to help patients manage side effects and make healthy food choices before, during and after treatment. This service is available to all patients at no cost.
Megan Ryder, RD, CSO, LD
Offering a warm, inviting atmosphere for those with cancer and those who care for them. The Boutique offers specialized items such as wigs, scarves, hats, skincare products, clothing and inspirational items.
The Joan K. Farrel Resource Library is a lending library for cancer patients and families that contains books, brochures and computer terminals with internet access.Nurse Navigation
Oncology Nurse Navigators guide patients through the cancer care continuum from diagnosis into survivorship. Working with patients to identify and remove barriers to care through coordination of services and patient education.
Caitlin Roberts, BSN, RN, OCN
Kim Pauliks, BSN, RN
An oncology social worker can help you and your family as you move through the cancer experience by providing emotional support, helping with financial challenges, and assisting with transportation to treatment if needed.
Adrianna Crooker Catlin, LICSW, OSW-C
Nancy Druke, LICSW
Judith Kowalik, LICSW