Programs & Services
A cancer diagnosis can be a devastating event for patients and families, but it doesn’t have to be.
The Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House offers a variety of patient support, supplies and services that will help survivors and caregivers face this battle with a fresh new perspective.
Helping Survivors Fight Back
At the Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House, survivorship is our number one priority. If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, we are here to help. When you come into the Support House for the first time, you will find your self in comfortable surroundings being greeted by the warm smile of a new friend. We are able to walk you through the process from start to finish. Please take some time to browse through our services and support section to read more about our programs, then come by and get registered. You will also find our calendar full of great activities and support groups for patients and caregivers.
The Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House offers a variety of programs and services in a comfortable, inviting atmosphere at no cost to the patient or family. With our unique mix of support, the House has assisted thousands of cancer patients and their family members with their battle against cancer. Browse through the options below to learn more.
The Support House has funding available for emergency financial assistance (for daily living expenses and transportation to and from treatment).
Our in-house patient navigators can assist cancer patients at any point in their journey. Call (479) 782-6302 for more information.
Support Groups offer cancer patients the opportunity to interact, comfort, and encourage one another, and provide emotional support after diagnosis and during the rigors of cancer treatment.
We offer a wide variety of Support Groups and Creative Classes for Men, Women and Adolescents. These Support Groups and Classes are open to cancer fighters, survivors, co-survivors and caregivers.
All Groups and Classes are held at the Reynolds Cancer Support House, 3324 South M Street. Emotional groups are lead by a licensed professional.
To register for a group or class or mentorship match, please come visit us or call (479) 782-6302 or 1-(800) 262-9917.
4th Monday at 11:30 a.m. – Men’s Peer to Peer Support Group
5:00 p.m. – Women’s Breast Cancer Support Group (Virtual)
5:30 p.m. – Women’s Mixed Diagnosis Cancer Support Group
6:00 p.m. (2nd & 4th Mondays) Kids Kicking Cancer – Support Group for adolescents age 7-17. Open to children with a cancer diagnosis and their siblings and children who have a parent/guardian with a cancer diagnosis. Sponsored by the Western Arkansas Guidance and Counseling.
6:00 p.m. – (2nd Monday) Mom’s Kicking Cancer – Support Group for Mom’s whose children attend the Kids Kicking Cancer Program
6:00 p.m. – (4th Monday) Dad’s Kicking Cancer – Support Group for Dad’s whose children attend the Kids Kicking Cancer Program
5:00 p.m. – Women’s Mixed Diagnosis Cancer Support Group – for adult women with all cancer diagnosis.
6:00 p.m – (1st & 3rd Tuesdays) Women’s Breast Cancer Support Group – A group for adult women with a breast cancer diagnosis.
Mentorship support is available to cancer fighters who are looking to connect one-one with someone who has already faced the cancer journey and can share personal experiences. Mentor matches are facilitated by a licensed professional.
To register for a support group or be connected to a buddy, call (479)782-6302 or (800)262-9917.
Wigs, hats, scarves & turbans: These supplies and fittings are offered to patients who experience hair loss during treatment.
Patients are treated to a private fitting session in the House’s professional beauty salon. The salon is open during House office hours and no appointment is necessary.
- Miracle Sets: Debbie Hocott, with Mary Kay Cosmetics, provides moisturizing Miracle Sets for patients who experience dry skin during treatment. You’ll receive a set when you register with us.
- Hair Donations – If you are interested in making a donation of human hair, we recommend WigsforKids.org. Because there are no local human hair wig manufacturers, the Reynolds Cancer Support House no longer accepts hair donations.
Expanding Services through Area Partnerships
The Reynolds Cancer Support House serves as a centralized resource hub for survivors and families in Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma. In addition to the services and support we provide, we also have strong relationships with other non-profits and healthcare providers in our community and around the United States. Some examples of these valuable partnerships include the Arkansas Cancer Coalition, River Valley Ovarian Cancer Alliance, River Valley Skin Cancer Alliance, River Valley Food Bank, Community Services Clearinghouse, Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation along with various churches and other local non-profits.
Facilities & More
In addition to our well-known patient programs and services, we also offer community education programs. These supplement our patient programs and further our mission by providing additional preventative & health related education.me in to register with us.