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We Care About Your Emotional Health

Living with cancer, even surviving it, comes with a heavy emotional toll. Thankfully, that is a burden that no patient has to face alone at Valley Health. We provide a wide variety of cancer support resources to help patients deal with their issues and concerns with confidence and courage. Support services are known to reduce anxiety and emotional distress, preventing depression, and can help improve a patient’s overall quality of life from diagnosis, throughout and after treatment. Many of our support services can benefit caregivers as well.

Valley Health Cancer Support Services


Our Wellspring cancer resource center offers products and resources for the physical and emotional side effects of cancer and chronic illnesses illnesses and provides support during treatment and recovery. Wellspring is located at 525 Amherst Street in Winchester.

Support Groups and Educational Classes

Our upcoming events are free of charge to all cancer patients and their caregivers.


Cancer Survivorship Program

Valley Health offers outpatient support services and resources for cancer survivors from diagnosis throughout and after treatment.

Support Services

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Oncology Nurse Navigators

Our nurse navigators offer individualized assistance to patients, families and caregivers. They can help coordinate appointments, connect you with transportation assistance, talk through every treatment option and answer all your questions. To reach a member of our Oncology Nurse Navigation team Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., please call 540-409-1622.

  • Suzie Frederick, RN, OCN – General Oncology Nurse Navigator
  • Reann Harms, RN, BSN – General Oncology Nurse Navigator
  • Amy Huck, RN - General Oncology Nurse Navigator
  • Lindsey Temple, RN, BSN, ONN-CG – General Oncology Nurse Navigator
  • Regina Wymer, RN, BSN – General Oncology Nurse Navigator

Talk with your nurse navigator about additional support available through an oncology social worker, registered dietitian, genetic counselor or financial assistance team.

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Clinical Research & Clinical Trials

Our medical oncologists participate in clinical trials for new cancer treatments, allowing our patients access locally to the newest therapies and medications.


American Cancer Society (ACS)

Learn more about support available by calling 800-227-2345 or go to

Reach to Recovery® is an ACS program that matches trained volunteer breast cancer survivors to people facing or living with breast cancer.

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