Pink House

Pink House
Read a WBTV news article about the Pink House.

Soon after CBF began, so did the vision of creating the Pink House, a unique respite center for breast cancer survivors. The Pink House became a passionate and altruistic cause and today, with the dream a reality, the excitement continues.

Inspired by CBF Founder Kristy Adams-Ebel, this vision became the passion of more than 2000 Charlotte breast cancer survivors.

At every stage of the journey-- from diagnosis, surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments, living with metastasis, remission; or the fear of recurrence -- women who have walked the same path are available to provide support, encouragement, information, and assistance.

The Pink House is a sanctuary for the hopeful transition to treatment and cure.  As a one-of-a-kind, "one-stop shop," the Pink House serves breast cancer survivors in numerous ways:

Wellness Education: Motivational guest speakers address a host of health and wellness topics including self-esteem and self-image, pharmacology, holistic medicine, nutrition, and sexual intimacy.

Library and Computer Research Center: Print and electronic resources are available for researching diagnoses, treatment options, alternative medicine options, and more.

Healing Garden: Designed for relaxation and meditation, this sanctuary setting surrounds you with soothing sounds and smells while you enjoy gardening and nature in full bloom.

Fitness Center: Workout equipment, exercise and yoga classes offered at physically appropriate levels will provide survivors the opportunity to build strength to endure the journey.

Nutrition Center: A spacious and well-stocked kitchen for classes on planning and preparing nutritional meals to encourage healthy eating habits.

Self-Image Services: Connections to resources and professional consultations related to products specific to breast cancer patients, including wigs, scarves and hats, cosmetics, skin care products, and prosthetic garments.

Arts & Crafts Workshop: A creative center for working on arts and craft projects, creating keepsakes, gifts, and personal journals in a therapeutic setting.

Mentoring:  New members are matched with a veteran CBF survivor who is similar in age, diagnosis and/or treatment.

Contact Us

  • Open Monday to Friday 10:00-5:00
  • 1607 E Morehead Street, Charlotte NC 28207

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