Oncology Support Programs
The art therapy program uses visual arts to improve and enhance well-being. Patients and caregivers are encouraged to join every Wednesday from 9am–12pm to participate in collaborative projects.
Cancer Support Group for Women
This group meets on the second Wednesday of every month from 11:30am-1pm. The group offers emotional support and educational information to all women who are cancer survivors. Lunch is provided.
A collaboration between the Singletary Oncology Center, Archbold Outpatient Rehab and the YMCA, the HOPE (Helping Oncology Patients Exercise) program is free and designed to help cancer patients improve the quality of their lives with an exercise regimen. Patients must be referred by the Singletary Oncology Center in order to start the program.
Free chair massages are offered the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in the lobby from 10-12am.
Visiting with our certified therapy dogs provide patients and their families with relaxation and distraction from pain, discomfort and stress while improving mood and energy. Pet Therapy visits occur the third Thursday of each month.
Look Good, Feel Better
A free hands-on group workshop dedicated to helping female cancer patients cope with and combat appearance-related side effects of chemotherapy and radiation. Patients learn skin care and make up applications and hair/wig techniques. A free gift of name brand cosmetics is given for use during and after the workshop. The meetings are held the fourth Monday of every other month from 2-4pm. This program is sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
Gentle, reflective, restorative—come give yoga a try. This class is for all levels and is held each Tuesday in the lobby from 5-6pm.
The nutrition needs of each person can be very different during cancer treatment. The registered dietitian can help you formulate a nutrition plan specific for you during this important time and assist with the management of nutrition-related side effects.
New Patient Chemotherapy Orientation
Patients learn what to expect when beginning chemotherapy, including side effects and symptoms. Family members of patients are encouraged to attend as well. Orientation is offered every Tuesday at 3pm and Friday at 10am. For more information, call 229.584.5462
Ministry is available to people of all faiths, as well as those of no religious affiliation. Our oncology chaplain, specializes in the unique needs of those with cancer and visits the center twice weekly. The chaplain is available 24/7 for patients or caregivers in need.
For more information about these programs contact:
Oncology Dietitian at 229.584.5458
Oncology Social Worker at 229.584.5462
Patient Navigator at 229.584.5445