Monroe County YMCA
2125 S. Highland Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47401
Mon., Wed., Fri. 10:15-11:15 AM or 6:30-7:30 PM, and Sat. 8:00-9:00 AM at the Monroe County YMCA
The W.I.S.E. Program is an exercise program designed specifically for individuals who are either currently undergoing treatment for a cancer related illness or those who have completed their therapy. This program is open to all cancer patients/survivors, regardless of cancer type, stage, or current treatment status, or time since diagnosis and treatment. Approval from your physician is required to start the program. Contact Margie Kobow at the Monroe County YMCA for the appropriate forms.
Patients and caregivers connect with others who have coped with a brain tumor diagnosis. NBTS Patient and Caregiver Support Network provides an opportunity for those who are newly diagnosed, long-term survivors, or caregivers to connect with other survivors and caregivers over the phone or by email. The Support Network members are volunteers who would offer their support and experience to help others
Unique to Bloomington and its innovative hospital, the Olcott Center for Cancer Education is completely supported by its community.
Registered nurse educators provide one-on-one education with clients and their family members. The Center offers an extensive lending library, weekly support groups, patient advocacy, and some individualized financial assistance. Free educational talks and materials are always available to groups, schools, businesses, and individuals.