Adjusting to and living with a diagnosis of cancer can be overwhelming and confusing for many people. Living with cancer may mean that you have to deal with added emotional, practical, and financial stressors.
The oncology social workers at Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center are available to help you find your way through the new challenges that cancer presents. These caring professionals specialize in being advocates and helping you mobilize your internal and external resources to face whatever lies ahead.
You or your family member can speak with an oncology social worker anytime throughout your cancer experience. You do not need a referral from your doctor to do so. Social workers are part of your cancer care team and are available to help anytime before, during, and after your course of treatment.
If any of the following topics are of concern for you, feel free to call us:
For more information or an appointment with an oncology social worker, please call us at 214-645-HOPE (4673).