Cancer Navigators of Rome

… because people shouldn't have to journey alone

Call us: (706) 509-5040

How Our Navigators Can Help You

Elizabeth Ashley-Pritchett

Denise Powers

While we know there are no easy answers, Cancer Navigators, you, your caregivers and your medical team will travel through the process together to find the best pathways for this difficult journey you are taking.

Customized one-on-one navigation means we can do a needs assessment and see what resources you might qualify for and what answers we may be able to get for you on other matters. We can provide many services to you free of charge. Please visit us at 255 W Fifth St. in Rome at the Harbin Clinic cancer Center on the 3rd floor or call us at 706-509-5040 to arrange your appointment today.

Reasons to Visit Cancer Navigators

  • You are a cancer patient in active treatment.
    (IV Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy or Radiation.)
  •  You are in need of resources.
    Cancer Navigators accesses community resources to assist cancer patients in need of financial assistance. Cancer Navigators has a supply closet stocked with wigs, hats, and incontinence supplies to provide patients during treatment. (Availability is based on donations.)
  •  You have transportation issues.
    Cancer Navigators supplies gas cards to patients in active, infusion/radiation treatments to assist with transportation.
  •  You are hungry or malnourished.
    Cancer Navigators can supply a 12-pack of nutritional protein shakes bi-weekly to patients in active treatment.
    Cancer Navigators can refer patients in active treatment to local food pantries.
  •  You need emotional support.
    A Licensed Clinical Social Worker is on staff to provide one-on-one counseling to patients and caregivers. Cancer Navigators offers support groups and retreats for patients and caregivers.

Our navigators can help find you needed resources and register for classes that can help ease you on your way during this journey.

Educational Assistance

Patients who participate in small groups for support tend to have better medical outcomes than many of those who don’t. These groups offer you knowledge about your condition and the full range of treatments that may include complementary therapies such as meditation, acupuncture, massage, nutrition, Yoga or others that often can increase your endurance and confidence to respond to medical therapies. Plus they offer support and reassurance.

Our educational mission is to help support cancer patients and their loved ones’ bodies, minds and spirit to provide education and understanding of the cancer journey.

We offer weekly support groups, where cancer patients can encourage and each other during their battle. Our Renewal Retreats offer a weekend in a sanctuary with others on their journey to renew, connect and learn.

Other programs include our monthly Caring for the Caregiver workshops that share how to make sure key caregivers are taking care of themselves as they join their loved one on their journey.

We also collaborate with our healthcare partners and the Northwest Georgia Regional Cancer Coalition at health fairs and initiatives that seek to bring awareness to the community at large.

Complementary Care

Research shows that complementary therapeutic methods can be extremely effective for decreasing anxiety and stress, and improving fatigue and physical functioning for individuals undergoing cancer treatment. These services have special benefits for cancer patients, who are already experiencing both physical and emotional issues during their treatment. As part of their care plan, physicians may refer patients to Cancer Navigators for participation in a new complementary care program.

The program provides the following complementary services at no cost to the patient, with the specific service tailored to the patient’s individual symptoms:

  • Chair Yoga
  • Acupressure
  • Meditation
  • Music therapy



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About Us

Through education, counseling and access to valuable resources, Cancer Navigators is available to help ease some of the difficult emotions you may experience and help you keep a sense of control over your diagnosis and treatment. Read More

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Contact Us

255 W Fifth St. Suite 300
(3rd floor Harbin Clinic Cancer Center)
Rome, GA 3016

(706) 509-5040 (PHONE)
(706) 509-3323 (FAX)

Mailing address

3 Central Plaza #415
Rome, GA  30161