Staff Picks


If we're allowed to pick a favorite, this would be it! The Cancer Association of Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties has been around almost as long as cancer has! They're an amazing local organization that have pooled generous time and talent in our communities to provide needed resources to a special population. Please take the time to explore their website by clicking on the above link.

Good health begins with good eating! We are so fortunate in Spartanburg to have this amazing Hub City Farmers' Market. You absolutely owe it to yourself to check it out and see what all the hub-bub is about!

Did you know there are 11 library locations in Spartanburg County? No matter which corner you live, you can check out the latest book, audio book, read a newspaper or your favorite magazine, or just catch up with a neighbor or friend!

Ok, so this is shameless self-promotion, but along with this website, we've created a FB page to enlighten, entertain and inform.

          Local Resources

Our local chapter of the American Cancer Society has lots of resources from locating free or reduced-priced wigs to free transportation, and of course loads of cutting-edge valuable information on the never-ending fight against cancer.

Wonderful resource center housing flyers, fact sheets and post cards on a variety of cancers and topics.

The Blood Connection makes it easy for your loved ones to direct their blood donations in your name if you are in need of this precious resource as a result of your treatment or disease.

The single best thing you can do for yourself or for your loved one is to quit tobacco. Your S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control can show you how.

         Internet Resources


Counseling, education and financial assistance. "75 years of help and hope".

Helpful information on leukemias and lymphomas as well as travel assistance programs and clinical trial navigators.

Personalized assistance in guiding patients through complex financial healthcare challenges.

Get help with out of pocket costs for expensive medications.

Cancer-specific guidelines written for patients and their caregivers by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network

This is a soup-to-nuts site on all things related to cancer. It's "doctor-approved" patient information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

We have many Hospice organizations in Spartanburg and we love them all. A good place to start, though, is the Hospice Foundation of America to learn how Hospice care's focus is to maintain/improve quality of life.