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​Spiritual support

For faith-based individuals, spiritual support may play a fundamental role in their treatment journey at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA). Getting in touch with your spirituality may help you better cope with the psychological and emotional effects of cancer. If you express an interest in spiritual support services, they will be made available to you and your family members. At CTCA®, we reach across cultures, beliefs and religious backgrounds so that all patients, from any faith, may find the strength, motivation and inspiration they need during their cancer journey.

Our services

If you choose to integrate spiritual care into your cancer treatment, we offer a variety of services, including:

Chaplains are also available for prayer before surgery and can meet with caregivers and family members at any time. In addition, some clinicians, including physicians and nurses, may choose to pray with patients as part of the care they provide.

Spiritual support services also are available to you any time you choose, even after you have completed your treatment and returned home.

Our Journey of Hope

Our Journey of Hope® is a cancer care leadership immersion training program that delivers tips, training and tools designed to help clergy and church leaders better minister to the millions of Americans living with cancer. These resources also may help patients’ families, caregivers, friends and church families affected by this disease.

Learn more about Our Journey of Hope

Health, Hope & Inspiration

Listen each week to the Health, Hope & Inspiration podcast, sponsored by CTCA, as the Rev. Percy McCray and guest doctors, clinicians and other experts share answers to questions about cancer, treatments, prevention and healthy living.

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"Faith became one of the most important aspects of my experience with cancer and its treatment. I recall a pastor at CTCA reassuring me that it was perfectly okay to wonder why this had happened to me—to ask God why someone who has two children, who exercises and eats well, why this would happen. But, she said, don’t get stuck there. Don’t get stuck asking, 'Why me?' Instead, let the question move into, 'What are you trying to show me?' That question allowed me to stop worrying, to pray and give thanks to God, and keep going with my day. It allowed me to relinquish some control."

Jennifer Thigpen

Jennifer T.

Breast Cancer

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