Support Services

Harper's Hope can offer you and your family the support services needed to overcome any obstacles that may accompany your cancer diagnosis. Our team places an increasing emphasis on finding the most effective ways for treating the whole person, including your mind, body, and spirit.

A host of support services are available to cancer survivors. These services address some of the many needs that you may have during or after treatment.

A Time to Heal

This is a 12-week holistic rehabilitation program designed to help cancer survivors and their caregivers regain their physical, emotional and spiritual health after cancer treatment.
Call (402) 319-3124.

Financial Counselor

The financial assistance program is designed to serve those in financial need with compassion, consistency and fairness. If you are experiencing financial difficulty due to medical expenses, our financial counselors will work with you to identify and explain available options. This service is free and confidential. Call (402) 354-7812.

Look Good … Feel Better

Volunteer beauty professionals help patients undergoing radiation and chemotherapy enhance their appearance using makeup, wigs and other accessories to restore their self-image, confidence and sense of control. This is a collaborative program with the American Cancer Society.

Lymphedema Services

We offer a nationally accredited program providing individualized treatment
and complete decongestive therapy by certified Lymphedema specialists. Call (402) 354-4670.

Pelvic Pain and Sexual Medicine

Health professionals at Methodist Physicians Clinic Women’s Center provide medical expertise, counseling and physical therapy to address concerns related to pelvic pain and sexual health. Call (402) 815-1770.

Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy

Specialized therapies enhance quality of life by maximizing patients’ strength, mobility, function and communication during and after cancer treatment. Call (402) 354-4670.

Spiritual Counseling

We empower patients to make the most of each day of their journey by helping them tap into their strengths and resources to face challenges, maximize choices, create meaning and find comfort. Call (402) 354-4016.

Weight Management

This program is designed to help individuals achieve a healthy and reasonable weight loss of 10% of their body weight over six months. Health professionals with specialized training in exercise science and dietary nutrition provide medical care and information including one-on-one sessions as well as group support and presentations. Call (402) 354-1900.

Additional Cancer Support Groups

Harper's Hope and Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center work with local organizations to offer additional, specialized support groups to cancer survivors.

Hosted at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center

Breast Cancer Support Group

Second Tuesday of the month, 4:30-6 p.m.,
Karrer Conference Room
For women only

LLS Omaha Community Support Group

Last Tuesday of the month, 5:45-7 p.m.
Suite 303

Prostate Cancer Support Group

First Thursday of each month, 7-8:30 p.m.
Main Lobby
For men, their family and friends

SPOHNC (Support for People with Oral, Head and Neck Cancer) Support Group

For more information, call (402) 354-5893.

Young Adult Survivor’s Network

Cancer survivors ages 18-45 are welcome.
For more information, call (402) 354-5893.

Hosted at other locations

Colorectal Cancer Support Group

Third Thursday of the month, 5:30-7 p.m.
This support group is held at the American Cancer Society, 9850 Nicholas St., Omaha, NE.
For more information, call (402) 393-5801.

Sarcoma and GIST Support Group

Second Thursday of the month, bimonthly, 6-7 p.m.
This support group is held at the Bergan Mercy Cancer Center, 7500 Mercy Rd., SW corner by the parking garage. This support group is facilitated by Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center and CHI Health. For dates or more information, call (402) 354-4213.

Check our calendar for more information.

Contact us today to learn more.