All programs and services are provided at no cost, thanks to our sponsors. For a complete listing, download our newsletter/program calendar.
IT'S BACK! Family Fun in the Kitchen, April 22, 5:30pm
Kids age 6+ join parents/grandparents to prepare, taste and enjoy healthy nutritious snacks for a memorable outing at the Cancer Support Community Kitchen, with Chef Bryan Loveless. RSVP 614-791-9510 two days prior.
NEW NAME! Cancer-Smart Cooking at Cancer Support Community, 3rd Thursdays, 6pm
Create nutritious, healthy and fun foods using cancer-smart foods, featuring Wellness Chef Bryan Loveless. RSVP two days prior: 614-791-9510.
Cooking for Wellness at Giant Eagle Market District, 4th Thursdays, 5:30pm
Join us at Market District Demo Kitchen with presentations by Cancer Support Community Chef Bryan Loveless and Gina Casagrande, MS, RD, LD, Dietitian and Wellness Coach, Giant Eagle Market District. March: "Herbs-The BETTER Flavor Enhancers;" April: "Organic"-Mysteries Resolved.
Increasing Your Energy Awareness, Friday, April 12, 10am
Learn how energy can affect health using gentle techniques that engage the body's healing response.
NEW EVENT! Wake up to Wellness: "Living Healthy With, Through & Beyond Cancer," April 30, 8-10:30am @ Wexner Heritage Village co-sponsored by Columbus CyberKnife. Whether it's you or a loved one, a cancer diagnosis can be confusing and life-altering. You can take steps to enhance your or a loved one's cancer journey. Learn healthy coping skills. Taste nutritious snacks for a cancer-smart diet. Hear from experts on breakthrough technology treatment for cancer. Healthy breakfast & coffee provided. NO COST.
Welcome to Wellness: Afternoon & Evening Appointments Available
This casual orientation introduces our organization and programs. Recommended for all newcomers. Call to schedule your session: 614-791-9510.
SUPPORT & NETWORKING
People Living With Cancer, Wednesdays, 6:30pm. Experience a caring, uplifting and supportive community with others. As one participant describes, "It’s where I learned to laugh again." Bring your loved one so s/he can join the Friends & Family Caregiver Group, which meets at the same time.
Friends & Family Caregiver Group: Wednesdays, 6:30pm
Taking care of someone with cancer can be, without a question, very challenging. Learn coping strategies to improve your capacity to support your loved one — and avoid burnout.