Cancer Resource Center
Questions, concerns, worries, fears and hopes are all part of the process
for a patient diagnosed with cancer. Cancer patients and their families
often find it difficult to navigate and process the information needed
to sort through the array of available therapeutic options and decide
what is right for them. In addition to education, outreach, social services
as well as printed and online resources, Marshall’s Cancer Resource
Center provides a vast array of classes and support groups and services.
The Cancer Resource Center offers the following services:
- Two Oncology Patient Navigators on staff to address questions and help
navigate through treatment.
- Full time Oncology Social Worker on staff to address non-medical needs
and concerns like work, insurance, emotional well-being, help at home, etc.
- Support for patients, family and caregivers
Images of Hope: Art therapy
- Monthly art classes offered free of charge to patients and caregivers.
Images of Hope also sponsors various events that reflect the creativity
of our community and raise money for Marshall's Cancer Resource Center.
Other healing activities:
- Two Registered Dietitians available to address dietary questions and concerns
for those going through treatment
- Biweekly Introduction to Chemotherapy Class (recommended for all new patients)
- Monthly Lymphedema Education
- Monthly Look Good, Feel Better Class
- Therapy Dog
- Cancer Support Groups
Onsite American Cancer Society Wig Bank
- One free wig per person going through treatment
530-672-7050 for an appointment
To learn more about the Cancer Resource Center, visit their
page or call,