Hope Connections for Cancer Support opens new facility in Landover
Hope Connections for Cancer Support held a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday for its new facility in Landover, located at 8401 Corporate Drive, Suite 100 in Metroplex 1, adjacent to the New Carrollton metro station.
Attendees included Paula Rothenberg, co-founder, president and CEO of Hope Connections; co-founder Bernie Kogod; Hope Connections board member Liza Marshall; Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Jim Coleman; Prince George’s County Councilwoman Andrea Harrison (D-District 5); and Betty Hager Francis, Prince George’s County deputy chief administrative officer for health, human services and education.
Hope Connections, a nonprofit based in Bethesda, has provided free professionally-facilitated programs of emotional support, education, wellness and hope to people with cancer and their caregivers for the past nine years.
The Landover facility has more than 3,000 square feet of space designed and furnished to feel like a home to which all are welcome. Programs offered free of charge include support groups, educational workshops, mind/ body and exercise classes and social activities.
To learn more about Hope Connections, go to www.hopeconnectionsforcancer.org.
Hope Connections for Cancer Support held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday for its new facility in Landover. Pictured from left are Bernie Kogod, co-founder of Hope Connections; Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation President and CEO...