CANCER IN YOUR HOUSE?
You're welcome in ours.
A SAFE HARBOR
Find support and empowerment at the Lake House.
Face it with the community at the Lake House.
Cancer In Your House? You’re Welcome in Ours…
If there is cancer in your house, you will find support and encouragement in ours.
The Lake House welcomes and encourages all who are touched by cancer to benefit from our free cancer support groups, one-on-one cancer support consultations and guidance, health and wellness talks and activities, stress management activities, and social events.
The Lake House is a safe harbor for you, your family, and your friends to support, educate and empower everyone during your cancer journey. We have the tools, the expertise, and the passion to enrich lives and inspire all who are touched by cancer to live well and enjoy life to its fullest in spite of this disease. There is no charge to participate.
Located in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, The Lake House provides free cancer support services and activities to Metro-Detroit communities in Northeast Wayne County and Macomb County, including: Detroit, Grosse Pointe, Harper Woods, St. Clair Shores, Roseville, Eastpointe, Warren, Clinton Township, Harrison Township, Mt. Clemens, Sterling Heights and more. . .
Tree of Memories
The support at the Lake House is helping me get stronger–mentally, physically and emotionally. I really enjoy the offerings, especially the Yoga.
My experience at the Lake House has been a positive adventure and enables me to pay forward all the healing, good thoughts and wonderful prayers that have been bestowed upon me during this cancer journey.
Any cancer diagnosis is devastating and life-changing. When I was diagnosed a second time, I experienced and had to deal with a downward spiral of emotions, as well as bodily health challenges. At The Lake House, I found caring, knowledgeable people, both professionals and visitors, who offer emotional and physical support that is truly helping me improve my health and well-being. The body-mind connection is strong–the team at Lake House understands this and gives those affected by cancer an opportunity for overall healing. And for this, I am grateful.
I refer patients to the Lake House to help them make connections to other cancer survivors, to help them get a handle on their diagnosis, to get support, to have additional non-medical resources to help them get through their treatments and get on with their lives, to let them know that their are other survivors, and to let them know they are not alone. Patients whom I have talked to seem to appreciate the classes that are offered there.
It is good–very good–to know I can drop in on a given Thursday evening and share with others my emotions and pain regarding the loss of my dream-come-true. It is truly a blessing to find the understanding and friendship that The Lake House provides to those suffering from immeasurable grief and pain. It is over two years since my sweetheart died of ovarian cancer, and I still find solace in the companionship and support of those who have experienced the loss of a loved one.