You don't have to go through your journey alone. Joining a support group can help with healing, feelings of isolation, and depression We offer several support services to help you and your loved ones with the challenges of cancer.
Cancer Support Group - Emotional help for patients and their loved ones. Call 760-940-3540 for more info.
Breast Cancer Support Group - Share experiences, learn coping techniques, and find emotional support through the strength and warmth of those who understand. Call 760-940-3375 for dates and times. FREE
"Look Good, Feel Better" - Skin care advice and cosmetic techniques. Tips also provided on wearing wigs and scarves. Call American Cancer Society: 800-227-2345 to register, call760-940-3540 for more information. FREE
Community Education Classes - Presentations by healthcare providers who specialize in cancer care. Check calendar for upcoming events. FREE
I Can Cope© - Classes are held by telephone each week for patients and caregivers. Q & A and learn skills to manage your cancer experience. Sponsored by the American Cancer Society: 800-227-2345, call to register. FREE
Chaplain - We have chaplains on site offering care and compassion. Preserving dignity and offering respect are their highest priorities. Call 760-940-7954 to speak to one of them.
Chapel - Our chapel is found on the first floor of the hospital and offers a quiet place for reflection. Hours are subject to change.
Counseling - When you can't do it alone, we can help. Tri-City Medical Center's Behavioral Health Outpatient Services offers intensive counseling for patients who have been diagnosed with severe depression or similar mental hardships. Call 760-940-5050 to learn more.