Any person diagnosed with cancer, from the time of initial diagnosis; for life.
24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center is a Program of the Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation.
Addressing the unique needs of survivors.
A special place for survivors
The 24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center, established in June 2015, is a community center available for residents of the Texas & Oklahoma panhandles. The programs and services offered are free for any adult survivor to access during and after completion of treatment. In addition, services are not limited to survivors who receive treatment in Amarillo.
Services & Activities
The Adult Survivorship Program is open to all adults (age 21 or older) who have been diagnosed with cancer, regardless of where treatment was received or type of cancer. Cancer survivors may start to participate in the FREE health and wellness activities at any time after they have received the diagnosis of cancer.
Get moving with a huge selections of classes available, from Zumba to Yoga and many more we have the right group exercise that will fit your needs!
Meet with our Certified Personal Trainer and let her devise a plan to help build your strength and endurance during and after treatment.
Mind & Body
Mind & Body
Mind-body practices are techniques designed to enhance the mind’s positive impact on the body. We provide what you need to feel good inside and out.
An opportunity to learn evidence-based nutrition information for eating well before, during and after cancer.
You do not have to be an artist to use art as an expressive outlet. This group will utilize different types of art media to explore what words cannot express. Caution the projects could get messy
Wellness is not always about working out. Sometimes you just need to have some fun!
Be paired with someone as closely as possible with respect to diagnosis, gender and age, who understands what you are going through because he or she has traveled that same road.
A summary of potential late effects, symptoms and treatment, recommendations for cancer screening; psychosocial effects, and more…