The Reynolds Cancer Support House Team is sending good thoughts to you today. We hope you are safe and healthy.
We are ready to get back to “normal” and are sure you are too. Keeping people safe remains a top priority. We are currently providing “curbside” service only to our patients.
If you need assistance, please call 479-782-6302. You are welcome to leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
We are listening to the guidelines set forth by the Arkansas Department of Health and the CDC to help us make the best decision possible for reopening.
We don’t yet know what that date will be but, we are still here to serve you.
Please watch our Facebook page 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.
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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?
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Part IV. In his final piece on emotional health, Reynolds Cancer Support House Support Group Facilitator, Gregory Roberts, Ph.D., discusses long-term emotional effects the pandemic culture will have on people of all ages. What long-term psychological changes (positive...
Part III. Reynolds Cancer Support House Support Group Facilitator, Gregory Roberts, Ph.D., continues his piece on emotional and spiritual health with tools for parents and caregivers to address anxieties in children. You often counsel children, what are some...