Cape Wellness Collaborate Moves To South Yarmouth Location

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Cape Wellness Collaborative (CWC), a Cape Cod-based 501(c)(3) offering free-of-charge integrative wellness therapies and support for anyone on Cape Cod and the Islands facing cancer, has relocated its offices to 436B Station Ave., South Yarmouth.

Previously headquartered in Hyannis with a staff of five working out of two administrative offices, the move to South Yarmouth will allow CWC to grow organizationally as well as offer clients in-person services, such as support groups, peer-to-peer support, educational opportunities, and integrative wellness therapies, such as yoga classes and massage.

The new space in South Yarmouth is located on Station Avenue and provides significant improvements to the organization’s programs, such as a large outdoor freezer to store hundreds of nutritious meals offered free of charge to cancer patients and caregivers on Cape Cod.

“Growing into this new space allows us to expand all our services and have frequent touch points with our members,” said CWC Chief Executive Officer Abigail Field. “We wanted to create a beautiful space where our clients can come in, take a deep breath, and have the time, space, and community to share their concerns and worries and find solutions to start feeling better.  People facing cancer need a breadth of support especially during treatment and after.  Our mission is to address all the peripheral needs that result from cancer and its treatment:  integrative therapies, emotional support, nourishing meals, community.”

While the offices are currently open to the public during business hours, CWC is planning a grand opening to celebrate the new space in Fall 2023.

For the past nine years, Cape Wellness Collaborative has provided integrative therapies to Cape Codders facing cancer.  Today, CWC serves nearly 800 people each year and partners with practitioners across the Cape to provide yoga, massage, acupuncture, and other therapies to relieve symptoms and side effects of treatment and recovery.  CWC also offers fresh, handcrafted nourishing meals (over 7,000 served to date) and mental health support group. All programs are free of charge. To learn more, visit