Michelle’s Place expands services for cancer survivors and thrivers

Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center in Temecula has completed phase one of its expansion project and the next phase is currently under construction. Valley News/Diane A. Rhodes photo
An open house was held April 29 for the staff and volunteers at Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center in Temecula to show what can be accomplished with support and love from the community. The completion of the first phase at 41669 Winchester Road in Temecula, is just the beginning of an expansion of not only space, but resources.Since 2001, Michelle’s Place has offered those diagnosed with cancer a place to connect with others who are on the same journey by supplying free nonmedical outlets, classes, support groups and items such as wigs, prostheses, hats and scarves. The nonprofit organization relies on donors, grants and fundraising efforts to provide its free programs and services to clients.Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center was created as a dying wish of Michelle
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