Patient & Family Support

Interior Content

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Supporting You and Your Partners in Care

We understand receiving medical treatment is only one part of the healing process - and that you aren't the only one affected by your diagnosis. Medical appointments and concerns can sometimes seem overwhelming without someone to help you coordinate and be your advocate. Our staff can assist you and your partners in care with a wide range of services, including:

  • Genetic testing and counseling

  • Financial counseling and resources for support

  • Transportation access to assist patients to and from treatment appointments

  • Lodging options (including the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge)

  • Home health, palliative care and hospice referrals

  • Medical equipment assistance

  • Suggestions for cancer support groups

  • Assistance to access medications related to cancer treatment and symptom management for things like pain

  • Distress screening and management

  • Emotional support through counseling and referrals to local counseling services

  • Survivorship care plans and resources for patients who have completed treatment

For information on any of these services or to request an appointment, please contact an oncology social worker at 513-585-2323. And, click below for more information on our mind, body and nutrition programs as well as therapy services and additional resources from reputable organizations across the country.

Integrative Medicine Programs
Nutritional Program
Rehabilitation Therapy