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Patient Resources

Reflecting our commitment to treating the “whole patient,” the Center offers a range of support services to you and your family.

Support & Counseling

Social Support

Our oncology social worker is available to help address the impact of cancer on daily life, work and relationships. The social worker can help you and your family manage the emotional aspects of cancer, and address any concerns about diagnosis, treatment or care.

Spiritual Care

Spirituality or faith may be a source of strength or comfort while undergoing treatment. A designated chaplain serves as part of your care team and is available to offer support and guidance during cancer treatment at the Cancer Center. The chapel at Milford Regional Medical Center also provides a place for quiet reflection, and additional pastoral care services.

Support Groups

Support groups can help you and your loved ones cope with a cancer diagnosis and treatment, and find comfort and companionship from other patients and caregivers. The Cancer Center offers a range of support and educational programs to help address the challenges of cancer treatment.

For more information, please call (508) 488-3783 or visit our Education & Support Programs page.

You may also take advantage of support groups offered through DF/BWCC in Boston. For information, please call (617) 632-4235 or view the calendar of programs.