We believe that NO ONE fights alone!
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.
To provide resources to meet and address the unique needs of cancer survivors.
Yearly Cancer Survivor Encounters
Health & Wellness Classes
Emotional and Dietary Counseling Sessions
Treatment Summaries & Survivor Care Plans
HOW IS THE CENTER FUNDED?
The Cancer Survivorship Center is funded in three ways:
- Funds from the 24 Hours in the Canyon bicycling event (held every summer) donates 100% of their proceeds to fund the center.
- The Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation (no relation to Harrington Cancer Center) has committed funds to assist the survivorship program.
- Third party fundraisers who donate for Survivorship Programs.
For more information on either of these organizations, please click on the links below.