The challenges don't end there for cancer survivors. Oftentimes, cancer survivors have a new lifestyle to learn to live, including new dietary and exercise guidelines. Our caring staff works with cancer survivors to help them in their ongoing efforts to live well.

Post-Cancer Support

As difficult as the physical battles may be, there are also emotional challenges. That's why it's important for cancer survivors to seek support and love from family and friends, as well as fellow cancer survivors.

The Utah Valley Cancer Center provides many ways for cancer patients to stay involved, including:

AF Canyon Run Against Cancer

AF Canyon Run Against Cancer

The AF Canyon Run Against Cancer brings the community together to show support for family, friends and neighbors who are fighting cancer.

Female cancer survivor with her son

Women's Cancer Support Group

A cancer support group for any woman who is a cancer patient or cancer survivor.
Women providing support to one another

Look Good Feel Better Support Group

The Look Good, Feel Better Support Group is specifically for women who are in cancer treatment.

Lifting Hearts Breast Cancer Group

The Lifting Hearts Breast Cancer Support Group was founded by breast cancer survivors to help Utah County women be healthy survivors and help other survivors heal.

Utah Valley Hospital Family Guest House

Family Guest House

The Family Guest House provides temporary housing for Utah Valley Hospital patients and families in critical care situations, based upon need.

Huntsman-Intermountain Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Care Program

The Huntsman-Intermountain Adolescent and Young Adult (HIAYA) Cancer Care Program caters to adolescents and young adults (AYAs) between 15 and 39 years old who have been diagnosed with cancer.

Gift Closet

Free wigs, hats, and scarves for cancer patients. Made by appointment only. Call (801) 357-3767.
caregiver-young woman

Road to Recovery

This is a program in which volunteer drivers transport patients without adequate transportation to and from their cancer treatments.

Contact: American Cancer Society, (801) 227-2345
Cost: No cost