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Wellness Activities & Events

Billings Clinic Cancer Center offers a variety of wellness activities and events for cancer patients, their families and friends. If you have been touched by cancer, it’s helpful to have the support and companionship of others who have shared the same experience.

The activities and events are split into three categories: Mind, Body, and Spirit. Each class or activity is described below.  For more information and to register, please call:

406-435-7335 or 406-435-7135

Toll-free: 1-800-332-7156, Ext. 7335 or 7135

Activities, Classes, Events for the Mind, Body, and Spirit


Here and Now - Education and Support for Women

Each monthly session will focus on a way to cope with cancer, including complementary therapies such as nutrition, movement, massage, and relaxation. No registration required.

Second Thursday each month - 5:45 to 7:15 pm

Cancer Center Conference Room, Fourth Floor

Hope Knit - Free Knitting Classes

Knitters of all skill levels are welcome to knit, socialize, share ideas or assist beginners. Open to all cancer patients and their families. You may bring your own supplies or you can use ours. No registration required.

Dates vary, please see calendar for more information.

Billings Clinic Commons

Partners in Survivorship

These classes are designed to help empower you so that you are able to manage any longterm physical effects and emotional stressors. We will partner with you as you establish your “new normal” after cancer treatment. If you are receiving ongoing treatment with no set completion date, you are also welcome to join us.

Each series consists of six (6) classes, once a week for six weeks. Participants may register for the whole series, or you can pick the specific evenings you would like to attend. If you are unable to attend one of the classes in the first series, you can always attend it in the second series.

Dates vary, please call for more information.

Cancer Center Radiation Conference Room, First Floor (Available via telemedicine)

Crafting for the Cure

Join us for sisterhood, education, crafting, and most of all, inspiring fun! Proceeds from the event will benefit cancer support programs at the Billings Clinic and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Variety of vendor booths, chance to win door prizes, raffle, special crafting classes, participate in fun crafting make-and-takes!

Dates vary, please see calendar for more information.

There is a fee for this event. Seating is limited so please register in advance.

Look Good…Feel Better

LGFB is a free program (offered by the American Cancer Society) led by a trained cosmetology professional that teaches beauty and wellness techniques to women in active treatment. Ask questions– such as how to fill or draw in your eyebrows, or how to camouflage particular types of pigmentation. Cancer patients will receive a free makeup kit to use during the session and to take home. You will also learn how to use wigs, scarves, and other accessories to cope with hair loss.

For location information and to register, please call 256-7156.

Various Billings locations.


Nutrition for the Survivor

Good nutrition is vital for those touched by cancer. This program offers four 1-on-1 sessions with a registered dietitian and focuses on healthy eating and lifestyle changes to help cancer patients improve health and quality of life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our dietitians, call (406) 238-2500 or 1-800-332-7156.

There is a fee for these sessions.

LiveSTRONG at the YMCA

LiveSTRONG at the YMCA is a FREE program open to all cancer survivors! This 12-week program fulfills the important need of supporting the increasing number of cancer survivors who find themselves in the transitional period between completing their cancer treatment and the shift to returning to their everyday lives.

To receive the most benefit from the program, participants are required to participate in two classes per week.

For more information or to register please call (406) 248-1685, or visit

Wig Boutique

We are proud to collaborate with the American Cancer Society to offer our FREE Wig Boutique to help patients look and feel their best during cancer treatment. Taking control of one’s appearance is an important part of the healing process for many patients.

A wide variety of FREE wigs and head coverings is available for patients. Please ask a staff member at the Registration desk to call for boutique assistance.

Breast Boutique

The Breast Boutique carries breast prostheses, surgical bras, breast enhancements and a unique selection of products. Our Certified Fitter has many years experience and will help put you at ease and help you find the best products with the best fit for you. You may either schedule a visit or just walk in. Please bring your physician’s prescription and insurance cards.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 406-435-7210. Hours M-F, 8 am to 4:30 pm

Billings Clinic Cancer Center, Second Floor. Next to the Reger Family Center for Breast Health


Relax your body, ease your mind, and renew your spirit with therapeutic massage and healing touch.

Massage sessions are tailored to the individual’s needs to provide relaxation and stress reduction, as well as relief of muscular tension and physical discomforts.

Massages can range from 1 to 90 minutes.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call Moriah at (406) 670-6999 or email

There is a fee for these massage sessions.

Cancer Rehabilitation

A variety of rehabilitation services are available on an outpatient basis to help cancer patients restore mobility and physical functioning, while preventing further disability.

For more information about cancer rehabilitation, please talk with your nurse navigator, physician, or call 238-5676.


Grief Support and Education

Grief support is available for patients and families who are grieving the death of a spouse, child, family member, or friend. Please contact an Oncology Social Worker or ask your physician for a referral.

Professional Counseling

Individual and family counseling sessions with a licensed social worker or licensed counselor are also available. Please schedule these sessions with the individual provider. The appointments are typically 30-50 minutes.

To schedule an appointment, please call Central Appointments at 238-2500.

There is a fee for professional counseling. Billings Clinic will bill Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance for these services. Financial assistance is also available.

Survivorship Night with Billings Clinic and the Billings Mustangs

Occurs in the summer at Dehler Park.

Please see calendar for more information.

National Cancer Survivor’s Day BBQ

Join us for family fun and games...and a great BBQ!

Occurs in June.

Please see calendar for more information.

Stupid Cancer Boot Camp

For young adults 18 to 40 years of age impacted by cancer. This one-day workshop deals with the questions really on your mind. No topic is off limits, no question is too sensitive.

A panel of experts and young adult survivors share information and stories. Free food and prizes offered.

One time per year, please see calendar for more information. For more information, please call 435-7335.

Stupid Cancer Meetups

For young adults 18 to 40 years of age impacted by cancer. Meet friends, and hang out with folks who understand what it’s like to deal with cancer.

Dates vary, please see calendar for more information.

For more information, please call 435-7335.

Join our PATHWAYS Facebook Group

The Billings Clinic Cancer PATHWAYS group has been created to offer helpful tips, present new stories, and provide education to patients, families and caregivers.

Join the conversation here.

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