The Pink Ribbon Place focus is on improving the quality of life for individuals and families impacted by cancer in the Inland Empire.
The new counseling services are available for individuals diagnosed with cancer, their immediate family members and primary caregivers to support behavioral health needs associated with cancer diagnosis, treatment, survivorship and caregiving. The recently formed partnership gives clients access to 22 therapists equipped to help with the impact, stress and emotional upset that a cancer diagnosis can carry. Central Counseling Services therapists specialize in services for adults, teens and children and can offer individual or family counseling sessions 7 days a week.
The Pink Ribbon Place offers all of its services at no cost, including client navigation, education, support groups, counseling, product support services and a warm place for survivors of all types of cancer to connect with one another, share resources and get the support they need to navigate their individual cancer journey.
For more information visit http://pink.rchf.org or contact Nicole Stovicek, director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 951-823-0261.