About the KRH Cancer Support & Survivorship Program
KRH Cancer Support & Survivorship is located close to Kalispell Regional Medical Center and provides a full range of support services for youth and adults affected by cancer. Our office is located in a renovated home so that you feel comfortable and relaxed. We encourage you to come get a tour of our warm environment, help yourself to a cup of coffee and meet our volunteers and staff!
It takes a community to build a place for people affected by cancer. All our programs are offered free of charge and we count on working with the community as donors and volunteers to implement this important work. There is a place for you here. Please join us.
About Our Staff
Madison Evans, MSW, SWLC
Madison is the Cancer Support & Survivorship program manager and Oncology Social Worker for KRMC, and she facilitates support groups for cancer support services. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Montana. Madison is committed to offering support for cancer patients and their families so that everyone involved can focus on what is important to them and their healing. When she is not working, Madison is spending time with friends and family out in the natural beauty of Montana.
Carrie Taylor is the Cancer Program Coordinator at Kalispell Regional Healthcare. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in community health from Saint Cloud State University in Minnesota. At the Cancer Support and Survivorship Program, she will be providing active outings for cancer patients and their family members to enjoy and connect with others in our beautiful backyard of Northwest Montana. Carrie enjoys spending her free time outdoors, going biking, hiking, boating, and also loves coming up with new recipes in the kitchen.
Our amazing volunteers! We depend on the support of our wonderful volunteers to help keep the day-to-day needs running smoothly at the KRH Cancer Support & Survivorship house. We are indebted to the kindness, generosity and compassion that these individuals share. Many of these people have been or are current cancer patients, or maybe have lost a close friend or family member to cancer. Volunteering at the house, for a fundraising event, or to assist with an activity is encouraged and most appreciated. If you want to give back we can certainly find a place for your skills. Please call us to find out where you are most needed. Thank you!