Supportive Counseling

Being diagnosed with cancer and going through treatment can be a difficult time in anyone's life. The good news is that patients don't have to suffer in silence. At Inspira, we provide all of our patients with access to specially trained counselors at no cost to the patient. Our goal is to help patients manage any issues that may be preventing them from fully recovering from their cancer treatment therapy or that may prevent them from finishing their treatment. 

If you answer YES to any of the questions below, you may benefit from supportive counseling: 
  • Are you having difficulty coping with your recent diagnosis?
  • Do you find it difficult to get motivated or get out of bed?
  • Do you have less energy?
  • Are you irritable and/or easily frustrated?
  • Do you feel like you are a burden to your family or friends?
  • Have you had to stop working or doing the things that you enjoyed?
  • Are you having financial difficulties?
  • Do you feel like no one understands you?
  • Does your world feel like it has been tipped upside down?
  • Are you having problems sleeping?
For more information or to arrange supportive counseling, please contact your oncology nurse navigator, oncology social worker, radiation or medical oncology physician or staff member know as soon as possible or call (856) 641-8670. 

If you are in need of crisis support, call:

Cumberland County Guidance Center at Inspira Health Center Bridgeton at (856) 455-5555.

Gloucester County Newpoint Behavioral Health Care at Inspira Medical Center Woodbury at (856) 845-9100.