Hult Center for Healthy Living’s Oncology Nutrition Programs and Services offers dietetic services at no cost to patients in active treatment for cancer. These services are made possible thanks to funding from Illinois CancerCare, Illinois CancerCare Foundation, Heart of Illinois United Way, Bikers for Tatas, and our generous donors.
Services are located inside Illinois CancerCare on Route 91 at 8940 N. Wood Sage Road in Peoria, Illinois, and at 12 satellite clinics throughout Illinois, including: Bloomington, Canton, Carthage, Eureka, Galesburg, Kewanee, Macomb, Ottowa, Pekin, Peru, Princeton, and Washington. Phone services are available for patients at the Dixon clinic. To inquire about these services, call Grace Hensold at (309) 243-3462 or email Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet with Hult Center for Healthy Living’s Registered Dietitians to find out how you can get the proper nutrition to help you maintain energy and strength during cancer treatment. Our Registered Dietitians may also be able to help you manage your nutrition-related side effects.
Our Registered Dietitians can help you with problems, such as:
- Poor Appetite
- Taste Changes
- Dry Mouth/Sore Mouth/Thick Saliva
- Difficulty Swallowing
- Weight Loss/Weight Gain
- Preparing for Surgery or Radiation
- Nutrition After Treatment
- Tube Feeding Management
All nutrition and counseling services are available at no cost for individuals in active treatment and caregivers; services are limited and dependent on grant funding and donations and therefore subject to change.
To donate directly to Hult Center for Healthy Living’s Oncology Support Programs & Services, please visit this link.