Cancer House of Hope Offers a New, Alternative Option for Its Members: Hypnosis

A cancer diagnosis and its subsequent treatment can put people on an emotional rollercoaster, but hypnosis can help make cancer patients and cancer survivors feel more in control of their situation.

Volunteer Extraordinaire

Deb Napier, a volunteer for CHD’s Not Bread Alone (NBA) community meal program at the First Congregational Church of Amherst, is a weekly fixture in the NBA kitchen, which provides a high-quality meal to members of the community every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday—as well as Thanksgiving and Christmas. It also distributes groceries every Saturday.

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