"Healing is an intentional process by which a human being is motivated to accept their authentic life, through the exploration of internal thoughts, feelings, physical and spiritual connections – in a non-judgmental way and in a trusting environment. As a result of this acceptance, meaning and purpose transform suffering and the individuals perception is that life’s harmony and integrity are restored."
Mark Gilbert, MD
Appointments (520) 694-2873 (CURE)
- Social Work
- Complementary therapies
- Support group calendar (July 2015)
- Multidisciplinary clinics
- Better than Ever Program (Fitness and Cancer Prevention)
Cancer can turn your world upside down. The Supportive Care for Healing services at The University of Arizona Cancer Center are here to help you regain your balance.
Supportive Care for Healing services address the whole person by focusing on the health and life of a person with cancer, as well as that of their loved ones. These services include, help in the ability to get health care and follow-up treatment, support in coping with second cancers and late effects of treatment and various programs and events geared toward improving quality of life.
We provide a map for the whole experience of coping with cancer. Support services at The University of Arizona Cancer Center are abundant and easily accessible. Please explore this section to learn more about the opportunities available to you. For more information, download the Supportive Care for Healing Fast Facts, (en Español).
For more information, call the Supportive Care Volunteer Desk: (520) 694-1812
The Eye of the Hurricane: (520) 626-6586
Psychiatrists, social workers and nurses offer specialized care for meeting the challenges of fighting cancer.
The UACC provides integrative cancer support and survivorship care to meet the holistic needs of our patients.
This clinic is dedicated to helping patients and families cope with the challenges of difficult, life-limiting illness.