Highlands understands that a cancer diagnosis can be distressing in a variety of ways. The Spiritual Care Team is available to provide emotional and spiritual care for you and your family. We are here to support you in the challenges you may encounter.
We offer you time and space to work through some questions you may be asking:
- Where will I find the strength and energy I need right now?
- How is my life going to change?
- How will this affect my family?
- Why is this happening to me?
- What dreams and hopes keep me going?
- What new life goals would I like to set?
- How is cancer affecting my spiritual and emotional health?
- What brings me peace right now?
- Are other resources available to me?
Highlands Spiritual Care Team offers a supportive environment for all faiths, cultures, and backgrounds to explore your questions. We are in the clinic when you are.
You do not have to walk this journey alone!
We are only an email or phone call away.
To reach us, please email [email protected] or call 479-334-2263.
Highlands Spiritual Care Team and John Brown University Bible Ministry are partnering to make a difference in our community and in our world.
JBU students in the Ministry to Families class will complete their Experiential Service Learning at Highlands Oncology. The students will minister to patients and caregivers as Spiritual Care Volunteers. They will greet patients, accompany patients as needed to treatments and tests while providing a compassionate presence. Students will engage patients and caregivers through active listening, dialoguing, comforting, encouraging, and praying.
Highlands is proud to welcome these students to our clinics.
The Spiritual Care Team is committed to daily Biblical prayer for our patients, families, staff, and doctors. It would be our joy and delight to include your prayer request in our daily prayers.
All prayer requests are confidential and will not be shared.