cancer patient visits their oncologist for the first time,
it can be a source of great stress and anxiety. Our licensed
oncology social workers are available to meet with patients
and caregivers to determine challenges that may be faced
during treatment and address those that can be lessened or
avoided with our assistance. All too often, the physical
effects of cancer are only a part of the whole picture. Our
social workers are advocates who may be called on as often
as necessary on the journey toward recovery.
Hope Cancer Resources is able to provide assistance at no
cost to patients diagnosed with cancer who are living in or
being treated in our four-county service area of Benton,
Carroll, Madison and Washington.
Counseling, supportive emotional sessions and support groups
are available to patients, caregivers and family members who
wish to discuss issues related to their cancer diagnosis.
These services are provided by licensed social workers, two
of whom are fluent in both English and Spanish. Click here to
learn more about our support groups.
cancer patients are met with the financial burden that stems
from their diagnosis. We work to alleviate some of that
burden by providing financial assistance for those who
assistance is provided for prescriptions, dental care,
travel expenses and everyday living expenses such as
rent/mortgage, homeowners insurance, car payments, gas
cards, and utilities.
access our application for financial assistance here:
information about our patient support services, please
email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Spanish interpreter is available to assist patients during
their cancer-related appointments to make sure they
understand the medical aspect of their diagnosis. For more
information, contact our Spanish Interpreter at
certified tobacco treatment specialists meet with patients
to discuss strategies and provide resources to help quit the
use of tobacco products. Contact Leisha Atwood, Certified
Tobacco Treatment Specialist at 479.361.5847.
major barrier for many cancer patients to receive or
complete treatment is lack of transportation. We provide
this service to and from cancer-related medical appointments
for patients who do not have the resources or are physically
unable to drive. Our dedicated drivers transport patients
within a 60-mile radius of Highlands Oncology Group in
Rogers or Fayetteville, and Landmark Cancer Center in
Rogers. For more information, contact Jerrie Carter,
Transportation Supervisor at 479.361.5847.
Center for Hope
wellness team provides individualized plans for survivors
and caregivers to help with emotional and physical
here to learn more about the Wellness Center for Hope.
The programs of Hope Cancer Resources are funded in part
through grants, the Hope Cancer Resources Foundation and
corporate and individual donations.