For Patients & Families

Patient Programming

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Get the help you need.

Thanks to generous donors, WMCC’s Patient Care Services & Survivorship Fund (PCSF) provides funding for various patient programs. Programming is available to all cancer patients at no cost.

Planning for health care in the future is an important step toward making sure you get the medical care you want if you are unable to speak for yourself. Throughout the year, we host advance care planning workshops to provide information and assist you in the decision-making process. You can request a private education session with one of our social workers, or you can register for an onsite workshop when available.

A board-certified, registered art therapist leads classes, either virtually or in-person, to support survivors and families coping with cancer.

We offer complimentary massage by licensed therapists to active treatment patients and caregivers during their visits with us. For more information, click here. To schedule a 10 minute session before or after an existing treatment, call 269.384.8629. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WMCC Groups

Our Coping Together support group series is currently on pause. Please check back periodically for future offerings. If you have any questions, please contact our social work department by phone at 269.384.8629 or by email at

Community Groups

We have also developed a comprehensive list of support groups in the community for patients with cancer and blood disorders. The list covers support available online, by telephone and in person in the Southwest Michigan area. This list does not include all possible support groups. WMCC respects the patient’s right to choose a particular support group and does not recommend specific groups.

We recommend that you contact a support group in advance, either by email or phone, to determine 1) If the group will meet your needs; 2) If the group is meeting during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Please click on the link below to access the support group list:

Community Support Group List >