Supportive Care

Supportive Care

The Supportive Care team at BSA Harrington Cancer Center includes Social Work Services, Counseling Services, Nutrition Services and Volunteer Services. Supportive Care is an integral part of how the Cancer Center responds to the individual needs of patient care. If you need assistance with any Supportive Care service please call 806-212-1990 or toll free 800-274-4673.

Supportive Care Resources

BSA Harrington Cancer Center Boutique

Our boutique offers free wigs, caps, turbans and seat belt-covers to our patients. Personal wig fittings are available by appointment. Contact Barbara Simms, LBSW at 212-1994.


Individual and family counseling is available for patients coping with issues related to their cancer diagnosis. All counseling is provided by on staff Licensed Professional Counselors and offered without charge. Contact Natalie Henning, LPC-S at 212-1991 for information.

Lymphedema Consults

Consultations by certified lymphedema specialists are available at BSA Harrington Cancer Center all day on Mondays and in the morning on Thursdays. Contact Shelley Hill at 212-1014 to schedule an appointment.

Nutrition Services

Nutrition plays an important role in every stage of cancer care. Our Board Certified Oncology Nutrition Specialist is available to assist with nutritional questions or concerns. Contact Whitney Warminski, RD, CSO, LD at 212-1993 for a consultation.

Social Work Services

Help is available to assist with accessing community resources, including transportation, temporary lodging, financial assistance and help at home. Contact one of our social workers to learn more.
• Stan McKeever, MSW, LCSW at 212-1990
• Debbie Powell, LBSW at 212-1992
• Barbara Simms, LBSW at 212-1994 for assistance.

Spiritual Care 

The BSA Harrington Cancer Center Chaplain is available to provide emotional and spiritual support for patients and families. Contact Chris Caldwell at 212-5343.

BSA Harrington Cancer Center Volunteers

We have many opportunities to help. You can make a difference by becoming a volunteer. Contact Barbara Simms, LBSW at 212-1994 for more information.