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The Blum Resource Center, located on the first floor of the Yawkey Center for Cancer Care, along with its satellite resource rooms, provides patients and family members with a comfortable environment to learn more about disease treatment and management. The center is staffed by nurses, volunteers, and medical educators who are ready to answer your questions and help with your inquiries and needs.
At the Blum Resource Center, you can find information on specific diseases ranging from common cancers to rare blood disorders. Resource pamphlets, teaching sheets, and books are offered in English and other languages, and provide detailed information on variety of topics including:
The Blum Resource Center offers computer stations, copy and fax machines, charging stations, videos, CDs, a private consult room, and a Library Catalog lending library. Ongoing support groups, seminars, and lectures are conducted at the resource center, where Dana-Farber's Calendar of Events can be found.
The Blum Center hosts Dana-Farber’s Community Art Exhibition, which displays digital pictures of artwork by Dana-Farber patients and families. If you would like to donate artwork, please complete this application and return it to us.
Lunch-and-Learn Integrative Therapies Educational Series: Learn a variety of strategies to manage stress and develop resilience through movement, nutrition, expressive arts, and meditation. Participants are invited to bring their own lunch.
Writing Towards Wellness: Led by author Claire Willis, you will learn writing techniques to jump-start your journals, memoir writing, and written legacies for friends and family.
Creative Expression Workshop: The MyMoments program promotes emotional resilience through imagery creation, using a free app you can download to your iPhone or iPad. iPads are available to borrow. You will receive your images in a complimentary personalized book.
Spirituality and Cancer: Led by a Dana-Farber chaplain, this group series addresses the important role of spirituality in coping with cancer.
Fighting Cancer with Your Fork: An informative nutrition group led by a certified Dana-Farber nutritionist.
To register, learn more, or learn about other programs and workshops, call 617-632-5570, email email@example.com, or stop by the Eleanor and Maxwell Blum Patient and Family Resource Center, open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
At the Blum Resource Center, we are dedicated to providing patients and families with access to information about their particular disease and the diagnoses and treatments we offer to address that disease.
At the center, we offer access to comprehensive information that includes:
The Blum Resource Center offers a wide array of programs and services for patients and families before, during, and after their treatment at Dana-Farber. Our comprehensive services that include:
Located on the third floor of the Dana building, the Blum Pediatric Resource Room — with resources for parents, and activities and iPads for children and teens — serves parents and families of children receiving care at the Jimmy Fund Clinic. For information and questions, please call 617-632-3900.
At Children's Hospital, inpatient pediatric patients and their family members can visit the Hale Family Center for Families. Services include:
Blum Patient and Family Resource CenterYawkey Center for Cancer Care, 1st Floor450 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215
617-632-5570 or 800-525-5068
Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.