The safety of our cancer patients, volunteers, and staff is our top priority. To support efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, the Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House will CLOSE at the end of the day Thursday, March 19 and remain closed until Monday, April 6th. Please check our Facebook page or the website (www.reynoldscancersupporthouse.org) for updates.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
All People. All Ages. All Cancers. All Stages.
All Find HOPE Here.
The Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House provides cost-free, ongoing support for patients fighting cancer. The House is a haven where patients join others to accomplish a shared goal–survivorship.
The Reynolds Cancer Support House is the largest free-standing cancer support facility in the country. Located away from a sterile hospital or clinical setting, the Support House provides individuals a comfortable and inviting place of recovery and hope.
Our mission is to provide cost-free, non-medical support programs and services to cancer patients and caregivers, and to provide educational programs to the community in support of early detection of cancer.
Our ability to offer the many programs and services for individuals and families battling all types of cancer relies on generous contributions from donors. Will you please consider giving to our mission?
Understanding Medicareby the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
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