Classes and Support Groups

At BSA Harrington Cancer Center, we strive to offer a wide variety of support programs to meet patient and caregiver needs.  All BSA Harrington Cancer Center support groups are presented without charge as a community service.  For more information, contact Natalie Henning at 212-1991.  

Cancer Support Groups

Dialogue 

A survivor and caregiver resource for more than 26 years. Join us for a complimentary lunch and discussion to support healthy survivorship. Meets the first Thursday of every month, noon – 1 p.m., BSA Harrington Cancer Center Amphitheater, second floor.

Caring for Caregivers

Family members and friends share concerns and learn coping skills. Meets the fourth Wednesday of every month, noon – 1p.m., BSA Harrington Cancer Center Quiet Room, second floor.

Pampa Support Group

Patients, survivors and caregivers gather for a complimentary lunch and support. Meets the fourth Tuesday of every month, noon – 1 p.m., Central Baptist Church in Pampa. 

Stress Management

Patients, survivors and caregivers develop skills for coping with stress. Meets the third Thursday of every month, noon – 1 p.m., BSA Harrington Cancer Center Quiet Room, second floor. 

Women in it Together

Women gather to support each other through all stages of treatment and survivorship. Let's support one another! Meets the second Monday of every month, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m., BSA Harrington Cancer Center Amphitheater, second floor.

Chemotherapy Class

This class provides education about what the patient can expect while undergoing chemotherapy treatment. General side effects, when to call your doctor or nurse and basic cancer treatment principles are covered. Each patient receives a personalized treatment book filled with valuable information. Contact your clinical nurse for registration. This class is offered weekly. Class date and time will be offered by the BSA Harrington Cancer Center clinic scheduler.

Radiation Class

This class provides education about what the patient can expect while undergoing radiation treatment. General side effects, when to call your doctor or nurse and basic cancer treatment principles are covered. Contact your clinical nurse for registration. This class is offered weekly. Class date and time will be offered by the BSA Harrington Cancer Center clinic scheduler.

Tobacco Cessation Support

An upbeat, motivational, group setting to help those who are ready to be rid of nicotine addiction. The four-week series is available monthly. Individual counseling is also available on request. For more information, please call 806-463-QUIT (7848).