Heller Center for Kids with Cancer
Hear from a Heller Center Family:
The Heller Center for Kids with Cancer was created to help local kids and families live life beyond cancer. Unable to watch children and families struggle with a cancer diagnosis, treatment and survival; in 2016, John and Annette Heller generously donated $1 million, to establish the Center with the purpose of helping patients thrive beyond their disease.
The Heller Center for Kids with Cancer provides critical, non-treatment related, medical and support programs and services, to help oncology patients live life beyond a cancer diagnosis.
Heller Center programming is aligned with the comprehensive list of nationally adopted Standards of Psychosocial Care of Children with Cancer.
Although each program addresses individual standards of care, the unique design of The Heller Center provides an integrated care model that aims to improve the patient care experience.