We offer individual and group counseling. From current cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, we can provide you with a warm welcoming space.
Programs & Services We Provide
Please reach us by phone or email, or stop by the office, to obtain services for yourself or a loved one, or to learn more about what we do.
View our client application HERE
Feel free to print this application and either mail it or drop it off at our office!
If you can't print it out, you can stop by and pick it up or have someone from the cancer center you are working with help fill it out and fax it to us
Financial assistance for lodging during treatments.
Financial assistance for insurance co-payments, prescriptions, medical bills, durable and nondurable goods.
Gas vouchers to help with the cost of fuel during cancer-related travel.
A library of cancer-related materials
Advocacy and referral to community and cancer resources
Individual and family counseling, as well as monthly support groups, facilitated by licensed clinical social workers.
Loaned durable medical equipment, including wheel chairs, walkers, lift chairs, shower chairs, etc.
Yoga classes emphasizing relaxation techniques to increase physical tolerance.
Wigs, hats, scarves, and post-mastectomy products.
All of our services are free of charge and provided without regard to financial need.
Call for the current status of group meetings of each month at at our office at 1205 Highway 2 Suite 101B Sandpoint, ID 83864. Call 208-255-2301 to see if it’s what you have been looking for. Enjoy the support of others who have been through treatment in a comfortable and caring environment. Led by a professional counselor and/or a survivor.
FOR CANCER PATIENTS, SURVIVORS, AND CAREGIVERS
Sara Muckler is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been serving CCS clients, caregivers and family members since June of 2018. Counseling sessions are by appointment only. Please call our office at 255-2301 to schedule an appointment and learn about our services.
“When I discovered Community Cancer Services and realized the amazing work being done here, I thought, wow! I want to be part of this! I am incredibly thrilled and humbled to be here at CCS and to be able to serve our community.”
Sara grew up in Sandpoint and obtained a Bachelors of Science in Communications from the University of Idaho and later a Master of Arts in Psychology with an emphasis on Family Systems from Saybrook University. After living in Seattle for many years, she returned to the area in the spring of 2018. Sara has worked as a mental health therapist in private practice, as an emergency room social worker, and has worked with adults and elders in assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. She has worked, as well, with people of all ages who are dealing with long-term health issues, as well as those who have experienced loss.
“My personal experience in counseling and dealing with the loss of a parent from cancer led me to want to help others. I am continually humbled and inspired by the insights, growth, and self-discovery that occur in the therapeutic process. One thing that I’ve learned through my own experience and in working with others is that you do not have to deal with big life events by yourself. It’s ok and actually really helpful to have a dedicated someone to talk to.”