Thriving through life’s challenges by learning and practicing resiliency skills.

Wellness House child and family programs help children and adolescents who have been touched by a cancer diagnosis in their family connect and have fun with peers who are experiencing similar circumstances. Our groups are appropriate for children and teens who are living with the cancer diagnosis of a loved one or the loss of their loved one to cancer. These programs focus on fostering resiliency and coping skills to enable children and their families to live healthy lives. While cancer is the common denominator bringing participants together, it is not the focal point of all conversations. Our goal is to create a safe place to share feelings and concerns around life with cancer and more.
Registration is required for all Wellness House programs and services. To register, please click the link to the applicable form to fill it out and submit it to our office staff. If you have any questions, please email
To access the Child Member Application Form click here.
To access the Adolescent Member Application Form click here.
Children & Adolescent Counseling

Having cancer or having a loved one with cancer is a different experience for each person. Individual counseling gives a chance to focus on what kids are most bothered by. They can learn how to deal with strong emotions, handle changes, and build resiliency.

To access the Child Counseling Intake Form click here.
To access the Adolescent Counseling Intake Form click here.

Kidz Coping Support Group

A monthly group for school-age children. Resiliency is the cornerstone of discussion. We strive to help children build their own skills through games, art, music, and activities all while finding commonality and building friendships with other children in similar life circumstances.

Meets monthly.

Paint Your Rainbow Summer Camp

A week-long summer day camp. Children connect and form friendships and learn to understand and express their feelings through art, music, and exercise.

Play Video

Sometimes we talk about cancer and our parents having cancer, and sometimes we talk about really anything!”

Our child members put together a video to share how kids help other kids at the Wellness House. Take a look!