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Our mission since 1995: To be a place where anyone touched by cancer can find support and resources to live life to the fullest. Cornucopia accomplishes this by supporting the mind, body and spirit of those journeying with cancer, their families and caregivers through complementary therapies, movement classes, individual and group support, expressive arts, information and resources, all in a non-clinical setting.
Cornucopia House, established in 1996, provides education, companionship, and support that allow people with cancer to explore the best choices for their own approach to coping with cancer. People with cancer learn that they are not alone...that there is hope... and that they can affect the quality of their lives. All services at Cornucopia House are free and open to people with cancer, their families, and friends at any phase of their treatment/recovery/survivorship process. Cornucopia House activities are in support of, and in addition to, conventional medical treatment.