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Cancer Support Services

We Care About Your Emotional Health, Too

Living with cancer, even surviving it, comes with a heavy emotional toll. Thankfully, that’s 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. Many of our support services can benefit caregivers as well.

While it may not always seem like a medical or clinical solution, the fact is that support has a real and tangible benefit for cancer patients and survivors. It often reduces anxiety and emotional distress, prevents depression, and can help improve a patient’s overall quality of life. In a difficult and physically uncomfortable season in a patient’s life, support can make a significant difference in his or her outlook.

Take a look at the support services we offer below.


Browse a list of upcoming cancer support group meetings and educational classes.


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.

Patient Navigators

Our patient navigators work with patients to provide support, information and resources to assist with overcoming barriers to care.

Cancer Rehabilitation

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

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.

Access currently open cancer research trials here

Specialist in Oncology Nutrition

Cancer patients can receive nutrition counseling from our certified and registered dietitian.

Genetic Counseling

Winchester Medical Center offers genetic counseling services to patients who may have a genetic explanation for their personal or family history of cancer. A board-certified genetic counselor is available by appointment to provide a personalized cancer risk assessment and help patients make informed decisions about genetic testing.

Cancer Program Resource Liaisons

Valley Health’s cancer program offers a helpful resource liaison at each of our Virginia and West Virginia hospitals, who acts as a patient’s personal resource. Their goal is to improve the quality of life of each patient while providing them with the detailed answers they need about our cancer services.

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Our Doctors

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Our Cancer Care Locations

We have 5 locations offering these services. Click the button below to find the location nearest you.

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