The LivingWell Cancer Resource Center is opening a location in Warrenville on May 2nd

On Monday, May 2nd, the LivingWell Cancer Resource Center, part of Northwestern Medicine, will open a second location in Warrenville.

Located in the Keystone Building at 4525 Weaver Parkway, LivingWell offers more than 100 free programs and services to support patients, families and caregivers affected by cancer.

“We are very excited to expand our services beyond our current location in Geneva,” said Angela McCrum, director of the LivingWell Cancer Resource Center. “Being close to Northwestern Medicine Cancer Center and the Proton Center, patients have more convenient access to services such as counseling, support groups and more.”

Programs and Services will be available in the following formats:

• Individual and family counseling: face-to-face and virtual

• Support groups: face-to-face and virtual

• Touch therapies (massage, reflexology, reiki and facial treatments): personal

• Art classes: face-to-face and virtual

• Fitness and yoga courses: face-to-face and virtual

• Nutrition lessons: virtual

• Medical and educational presentations: virtual

• Wig boutique: virtual

“LivingWell does an incredible job of supporting patients and their families at every stage of their cancer journey, from diagnosis to treatment to survival,” said John D. Abad, MD, surgical oncologist at Northwestern Medicine Cancer Center in Warrenville. “The proximity of these resources to our Warrenville patients is a wonderful addition to our campus and gives them greater access to LivingWell’s offerings.”


        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

Also on May 2nd, the original LivingWell location at 442 Williamsburg Ave. reopened to the public in Geneva and resumed some in-person programs suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic.

When LivingWell is fully staffed with volunteers and social distancing is no longer an issue, nutrition classes, the wig boutique and medical/educational presentations will be available as hybrid (in-person and virtual) offerings.

All programs and services are provided free of charge. Learn more at livingwellcrc.org.

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