cancer treatment center staff standing in front of a cancer treatment center booth at a summer third thursday event in downtown klamath falls. the sun is bright. there are five people in the image: a tall woman on the far left wearing a black tee-shirt and jeans. a man with a beard in a ball cap wearing a blue tee shirt that says "fit 2 be cancer free" and khakis. another woman wearing sunglasses and a ball cap wearing a blue fit 2 be cancer free tee shirt and dark pants. Another woman wearing sunglasses and scrubs, she had a Sky Lakes staff badge that says "R.N' the woman next to her is holding bunny ear fingers behind her head. Ont he far right a woman wearing sunglasses with dark hair is wearing dark clothes and has a sky lakes staff badge and holding a beverage.

Cancer Care Resources

A Guide Book for Cancer Patients


This guide book is a cancer care resource that covers topics important to a patient’s care such as personal care during treatment, managing potential side effects, social and emotional topics, support services and resources, and information about the Sky Lakes CTC and Sky Lakes Foundation.

a woman with long light brown hair in a black floppy hat and a striped poncho/blanket stands with her back to the camera looking out on a valley. The sky is overcast and its misty. There's a natural rainbow in the right side of the image. The words "Inspire hope, your guide to navigating the cancer journey" is in the foreground.
image of a little free library full of books sitting on a brown round table in the sky lakes cancer treatment center in the foreground. In the background there are tables with refreshments for patients and a decorated christmas tree. There is bright natural light coming through the windows.

Little Free Library at the CTC


The Little Free Library is a cancer care resource for patients and their visiting family to use during their visits or treatments. The concept of the little free library is a trade system, you take a book, you leave a book.


If you would like to donate books to the little library, please leave them with our front desk staff.

Support Groups at the CTC for cancer care patients and their loved ones


Social support has been shown to help us make lasting increases in being physically active—cancer survivors and their friends and family members are invited to attend support group events together! These cancer care resource support groups are open to anyone in the Klamath Falls area regardless of whether you or your loved one are receiving cancer care at Sky Lakes Cancer Treatment Center or not.

image of the inside of the hugh currin house. In the foreground you can see two armchairs facing each other with a coffee table in between them. on the left side of the room there is a round dining table that seats four people. the right side of the background reveals a full kitchen with a stove, microwave,dishwasher, and refrigerator. The Hugh Currin house is available for patients receiving cancer treatment in klamath falls and need a place to stay. it is across the street from the cancer treatment center.

The Hugh Currin House for cancer care patients and families from out of town


Named in honor of longtime area physician Dr. Hugh B. Currin, this residence provides a friendly, comfortable place where patients and their families can stay. Patients who are receiving cancer treatment that live outside of Klamath Falls can request to stay in the Hugh Currin House. Out of town patients who have an RV can also request to park an RV in one of the RV hook-up sites available at the Hugh Currin House. It’s just across the street from the Cancer Treatment Center.