My friends remark on my robust appearance. What they can’t see and perhaps what is most difficult to describe is the comfort I find in being part of an institution—a ...read more
Until you get diagnosed with cancer, you have no idea how alone in the world you feel. There, I found the support I needed and knew I didn’t need to ...read more
LivingWell has introduced me to a welcoming group of survivors who have helped me to be one of them, taught me to live in the moment and make the very ...read more
My counselor patiently and skillfully worked with me on climbing out my abyss. Because of her, I have taken back my life and started on a journey to healing. I ...read more
You just feel better there. It is a feeling that is immediately apparent when you walk through their doors. They really care for you and want to help you.
LivingWell became a saving grace for me. From the time I was diagnosed and throughout my treatment, LivingWell was the one place I counted on for support, comfort, and hope.
Cancer is a lonely and terrifying journey. Even the word wafts fear. Living and navigating the journey is treacherous to one’s soul. It is easy to get lost and become ...read more
I believe LivingWell saved me from my darkest hours. I didn’t want to burden my family with the fear and trepidation I was feeling but found solace within those walls. ...read more
My husband is a counselor and I am a retired teacher so I am familiar with the vast spectrum of skills that exists when it comes to counselors. Let me ...read more
You have empowered me beyond a point I thought was possible. Thank you.
The staff of LivingWell are the most caring and talented group of people I have ever had the privilege of meeting. They helped me through some of the most difficult ...read more
I have made good friends at LivingWell. The massage and Reiki has helped me with stress and being with other survivors is very encouraging and healing.
When I first came to LivingWell, I was greeted with warmth and encouragement from members of the staff and volunteers. I thought, there is hope, there is a happy life ...read more