The UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center offers a full range of support services beyond clinical care. Patients have access to services that include psychological support, cancer prevention and education, palliative care for those facing severe or terminal illness, nutrition, spirituality, mind/body, and holistic approaches to healing and wellness.
Many of these services are provided by UCLA Health and the Simms/Mann-UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology (located on the UCLA campus), which is part of the Jonsson Cancer Center and designed to help patients and family members optimize their wellness and address the challenges throughout the continuum of cancer care. The links below will take you directly to their respective websites.
People facing cancer have long recognized the importance of psychological counseling, self-expression and support. Simms/Mann Center provides a wealth of services, many free of charge, to patients and their families.
Palliative Care provides an "extra layer of support" to patients and families facing severe or terminal illnesses such as cancer. UCLA Health offers multidisciplinary palliative care with our teams working together to manage your pain and cancer symptoms.
Simms/Mann Center offers education and support to assist patients, survivors and caregivers on how you can become an active partner in your own health care and make changes in diet and lifestyle to optimize your well-being.
Reflections is a boutique and consultation suite operated by the Simms/Mann Center to help individuals manage the physical appearance changes brought about by cancer and its treatment.
The Simms/Mann Center and UCLA Health provide supportive care programs for child and young adult patients, and their caregivers and families.
Simms/Mann Center provides additional supportive care programs for patients in the advanced stages of their disease.
Simms/Mann Center offers many additional supportive care resources, including articles, a newsletter and community links.