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Support Services at The Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center

The Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center provides support groups and wellness programs to give the support you need before, during, and after cancer - at no cost. All classes and support groups will be held in the Community Room at The Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center, located at 1910 Royalty Drive, Pomona, CA 91767.

Please note that all groups are subject to change. To confirm if a group is meeting, call 909.865.9907.

Cancer Education Library

Our Cancer Education Library is open to the community Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm and offers cancer-related materials for check out.

Psychosocial Support

A dedicated licensed clinical social worker who is oncology certified is on-staff to help guide you through your cancer journey. As an oncology social worker, she can offer emotional support, advance care planning, referrals to community resources, and advocacy through the various service areas.

Kathy Yeatman-Stock, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C

KathyKathy joined the Cancer Care Center in 2008 and established the social worker component of the multidisciplinary team at the Center. She has a Master’s degree in Social Work and is licensed to practice in the state of California as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. In addition, she has her Oncology Social Work Certification. Her background includes working in mental health, hospice, and medical settings. She values working in a multidisciplinary team and collaborating with the patient and patient’s support system to meet the goals of care. She is appreciative of the team approach found at the Cancer Care Center and the opportunity to work with the patient and the patient’s loved ones as they cope with the impact of having a cancer diagnosis.

Free Wig Program

A free wig is available to women undergoing cancer treatment. Call 909.865.9907 to schedule an appointment.

Access to DigniCap for Chemotherapy-Induced Hair Loss

The DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System can reduce hair loss during chemotherapy for both male and female cancer patients with solid tumors, according to the FDA. Patients wear a snug-fitting cap connected to a cooling unit before, during and after chemotherapy. Cold fluid circulates through the cap, constricting blood vessels in the scalp and reducing the amount of chemotherapy that reaches hair follicles. Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center Foundation has created a fund to assist our patients who otherwise might not have access to this technology.

For more information on support services at The Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center, please call 909.865.9555.