Hearst Cancer Resource Center
1941 Johnson Ave, Suite 201A
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
The Hearst Cancer Resource Center (HCRC) is a one-of-a-kind resource in San Luis Obispo County for those living with cancer and their families.
Our goal is to help persons with cancer learn about the disease, recognize opportunity for improved health, build a personal support system, and sense of extended family. We are dedicated to serving patients and their families: ranging from those newly diagnosed with cancer, in treatment, in recovery, and survivors.
The HCRC is made possible by a generous gift from members of the Hearst Family and individuals in the community. This donation allows all cancer patients and families use of this unique center and its resources free of charge. The HCRC integrates many community cancer organizations under one roof with the expertise of oncology-trained professionals on staff.
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CLASSES & SERVICES
Hearst Cancer Resource Center wellness and support services provide a bridge between standard medical care and a full range of healing therapies. Our integrative approach offers a foundation for care that includes an array of programs designed to strengthen the body, educate the mind and alleviate the stress which often comes with a cancer diagnosis.
The classes and services listed below are free
to cancer patients, family members and friends. These programs are designed to help those touched by cancer, and their loved ones, live better lives during treatment and beyond.
Hearst Cancer Resource Center Newsletter (pdf)
Schedule of the Classes, Groups and Programs (pdf)
CANCER TREATMENTS VIDEO
Oncologist Thomas Spillane, M.D. discusses cancer treatments and advances
Learn more about cancer services available in our area, recent technological advancements about cancer treatments at French Hospital Medical Center, and the Hearst Cancer Resource Center.
Helping patients maintain dignity and quality of life throughout all aspects of their cancer care.
- Providing direction and support to patients and their families through all phases of care to minimize anxiety and confusion.
- Establishing networking opportunities with other cancer patients, families, and members of the community.
- Providing continuing education through seminars for patients, their families, health professionals, volunteers and the community.