Support Services at WVCI

At Willamette Valley Cancer Institute, our commitment to excellence means providing the latest in cancer-fighting medical treatments and technologies and offering support services that address the emotional, physical, and spiritual needs of our patients.

Through a combination of traditional medical treatments and complementary therapies, such as one-on-one counseling and nutrition planning, patients often feel stronger, more resilient, and determined to meet the challenges they face.

FREE Support Services Offered to Patients Include:

Oncology Social Services (click the link for more about the support, access to resources, and help available to you free of charge) 

Nutrition Counseling (click the link to learn how you can receive a customized plan to help you feel better before, during, and after treatment)

Patient Navigators (click the link for more on how our navigators can help guide you through your treatment journey).

To schedule an appointment with one of our Support Services staff, please call 541-683-5001 or Toll Free 888-384-9822 and ask to speak to a social worker, dietician, or a patient navigator, depending on the service you are seeking.

Support Service & Navigation Resources:

Chemotherapy & Immunotherapy Binder 

Hormone Therapy Binder


WVCI partners with Findhelp, a resource for finding help locally, across the state, and nation — for transportation, food, financial assistance, counseling, and more. This database is the fastest and most reliable way to get help with privacy and dignity.

  • Self-navigation ensures researching programs can be done anonymously without fear or shame
  • Make location-specific searches based on ZIP code
  • +500,000 social support programs available nationwide
  • Easy access to quickly find and apply for social care

Share Your FindHelp Story!

We invite you to share your experience using to connect with organizations providing resources in your area. We’d like to hear about the positive impact and areas of need or resources you may still be searching for.

Advance Directive Resources and Forms: 

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