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A chronic illness diagnosis can cause you to go through different types of trauma:
Art therapists try to help you relieve these mental, emotional, and spiritual concerns by providing activities that touch your internal feelings with more than just words.
One on One Virtual Art Therapy Care
Free one-on-one virtual art therapy is now available to all Henry Ford Cancer Institute patients.
Connect with Art Therapist Mallory Montgomery from the comfort of your home, and she will bring healing creativity to you through a variety of art projects. Art supplies can be provided at no cost, and projects will be chosen based on your interests.
To make an appointment, call 313-556-8736 or email Mallory at MMontgo2@hfhs.org
Live Art Therapy Open Studio
3rd Tuesday of the Month, 1-2:30pm
Contact: CancerSupportInfo@hfhs.org to register
Art for Wellness Journey: Guided Art Tutorials on YouTube
Henry Ford Cancer Institute Art Therapist Mallory Montgomery walks you through some art projects you can do at home anytime!
Mallory Montgomery, MS, ATR
Thank you to our clients, caregivers and loved ones who have supported the Art Therapy Program. Special thanks to our grant funder, The Zoe Foundation for Infusion Art Therapy, whose generous grants provide services at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital and Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.
You can get involved through donations of art supplies, volunteering or monetary gifts. Art supply donations are received at Macomb and Detroit Hospital locations during class times. Visit our volunteer section to learn about ways you can participate in the program. To care it forward with a gift please call/email the development office to help make a difference (313) 876-1031 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Henry Ford Health System is committed to ensuring our Deaf or hard-of-hearing patients and visitors have equal access to all services. We provide the appropriate auxiliary aids and services, including qualified sign language interpreters, TTYs and other assistive listening devices, at no cost. To request assistance, call 313-916-1896 or email CommunicationAccess@hfhs.org.