In October we’re touching on women’s health. We know many are touched by cancer directly or indirectly. In our community St. Charles plays a big role in helping people be survivors. Here is a link to their non-profit.
If you would like to know how you can help or volunteer, please contact Wendy Rudy 541.706.2969 or [email protected]
From the moment you receive a cancer diagnosis, you are a survivor. Our programs are available to anyone facing cancer regardless of where they are treated. for the list of current offerings see monthly event calendar.
DEFEAT CANCER is a survivorship empowerment program focusing on nutrition, physical activity, education and inspiration.
WELLNESS THROUGH NUTRITION AFTER TREATMENT is a program that teaches participants how to choose foods that optimize your diet during and after treatment.
RESTORATIVE YOGA for survivors. No experience necessary.
LOOK GOOD, FEEL BETTER is an American Cancer Society program dedicated to improve the self-image and appearance of cancer patients through self-help beauty sessions. Register: Mary Ann 541-549-6240.
SNOWSHOE TREK and HIKING for patients, survivors and their caregivers. All skill levels and experience welcome.
WOMEN FACING CANCER TOGETHER provides a safe setting for women to share their experience and gather strength.
REDMOND R&R (Recreation and Relationships) focuses on your health with exercise and support and is designed for adult survivors and caregivers.
COFFEE and CONNECTION is a small group facilitated by a social worker and meets twice monthly over coffee. Adult survivors, family members, caregivers and friends are welcome.
TRANSITIONING BACK TO HEALTH is a six-week program offered to survivors and caregivers that provides a weekly opportunity to exercise in our rehab gym with an exercise specialist.
SOARING SPIRITS CANCER SURVIVOR AND FAMILY CAMP is held annually at Suttle Lake on the second weekend in August and is free to survivors.