Wellness House of Annapolis receives a much-needed contribution from one of its largest sponsors, Maryland Oncology Hematology – Annapolis, to help bolster their individual and group therapy support services for the community.
[ANNAPOLIS, MD, May 4, 2021] — Wellness House of Annapolis (WHA) is excited to announce Maryland Oncology Hematology – Annapolis (MOH-A) as a new Top Sponsor for their dynamic psychological support services program. These vital counseling programs are free and have helped thousands of cancer patients, their families and caregivers in the Annapolis area navigate through the functional, emotional, and spiritual adjustments necessary to maintain their quality of life during their cancer journey. “Our patients have benefited from the holistic support of Wellness House for many years. As I walk the halls of this house, I feel the warmth of the family memories, supportive moments, and sense of well-being the Wellness House has offered so many of our patients. It is an honor to be able to financially support an organization that has been so welcoming to patients, especially during this difficult pandemic time,” says Dr. Carol Tweed, M.D. of MOH-A.
The local group of physicians at MOH – Annapolis cancer care center treat patients in a new state-of-the-art facility that provides infusion services, chemotherapy, biologics, and an on-site lab, all in one location. The doctors feel strongly about the support services at WHA and believe it indispensable to the holistic health and treatment of cancer patients in the community. “Relaxation techniques, meditation, massage, and therapy can help patients and families cope with symptoms from cancer and the treatments used to treat their cancer. We are very fortunate to have Wellness House of Annapolis right here to partner with us in their care.” – Dr. Jeanine L. Werner of MOH-A.
About Wellness House of Annapolis
WHA has been a beacon of hope for cancer patients and their families. For over 14 years, WHA has been providing free support, education, and counseling services to help individuals and families who have been touched by cancer recover their health and well-being in a nurturing home-like environment. WHA is a 501(c)3 that provides over 35 free programs and services to cancer patients and their loved ones from diagnosis to survivorship. These programs include yoga, meditation, reiki, seminars on progressive treatment options, counseling, support groups, and children’s programs. “Relief from physical, psychosocial, and spiritual problems can be achieved in over 90% of advanced cancer patients through palliative care” (World Health Organization, www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/cancer).
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