From surviving to thriving, Canopy is dedicated to shifting the conversation from experiencing cancer to living and celebrating life at every stage of cancer treatment.
Below is everything you need to know about Memorial Hermann’s newest passion project.
WHO: Anyone who has been affected by cancer in some form or fashion (including friends and family members of cancer survivors) are welcome at Canopy’s warm, inviting space to receive support, learn something new, or simply relax.
WHAT: Canopy is a cancer survivorship center with a mission of bettering the health and well-being of cancer survivors. They offer a wide variety of programs and services like yoga classes, tai chi, art therapy, cooking demos, small group counseling sessions, and more.
WHERE: Located on the campus of Memorial Hermann The Woodlands, Canopy is the first of its kind in Montgomery County.
WHEN: Canopy opened its doors July 5, 2016. The center is open 9:00-5:00 PM Monday through Thursday and 9:00-3:00 PM on Friday.
WHY THE NAME ‘CANOPY’: Canopy was given its name to convey The Woodlands’ forest-like feel, and to represent the center’s sole mission: to serve as an all-encompassing safe haven where guests can rest easy the moment they arrive.
FUN FACT: Canopy is run on philanthropic dollars and individual donations. Click here to donate or become a sponsor.
Questions? You can learn more about Canopy and their mission by emailing Amanda.Poole@memorialhermann.org.