Wellness Program

Wellness Program

Through the Unite for HER Wellness Day program, breast cancer and ovarian cancer patients learn about the benefits of complementary therapies and create a personal plan for incorporating these fully-funded services into their treatment and recovery. 

All program participants receive a HER care box package, as well as an invitation to experience a virtual Wellness Day in the comfort and safety of their own home without delay. Through the UFH at Home program, participants can learn about integrative therapies such as acupuncture, massage, Reiki, yoga, meditation, nutrition, professional counseling (including sexual health), and caregiver support, as well as meet care providers. Each care box contains educational resources, healing and healthy self-care products, and the hallmark of our program, a wellness passport.

Each passport is valid for a 12 months and worth $2,000 of integrative therapies and services from approved providers (located on our provider list) for the therapies they feel will best support their everyday health and wellness.

Upcoming Wellness Days

If you are experiencing any of the following, please contact us to find out more about our Wellness Program.

  • If you have been diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer within the last 18 months
  • If you are facing a recurrence of breast or ovarian cancer
  • If you are living with metastatic breast or ovarian cancer

We partner with over 30 hospitals and cancer care centers. If you are being treated at a non-partner hospital, please contact us to learn how you can attend a Wellness Day. 

Hospital/Foundation Partners

All Unite for HER funding from donations, sponsorships, and grants goes directly toward the women we serve. No funding is gifted directly to our hospital partners. Our trusted hospital partners support us in recruiting women for our programs.

Wellness Partners

  • Adventist Health Bakersfield
  • Black Health Matters
  • Chrysalis Initiative
  • FORCE-Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered
  • Independence
  • Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance
  • Touch BBCA