Smith Center is a nonprofit health, education, and arts organization in Washington DC. Our mission is to develop and promote healing practices that explore physical, emotional, and mental resources that lead to life-affirming changes for people affected by cancer.
Our programs focus on cultivating each person’s innate ability to heal, helping participants explore meaning and maintain hope—even in the face of life’s challenges.
We welcome you to join us for programs, visit us at our U Street Center and Art Gallery, or contact us to learn more.
December 5: Slow Looking and Mindful Poetry
December 6- January 10: Grieving Together: A 6-Week Series
December 9: Writing Through the Seasons: Moving Into Darkness Toward Light
December 11: Coming Home to Our Senses Meditation
December 13: Musical Mending
All programs will continue to run via Zoom until further notice. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
NEW! Black Women with Breast Cancer Support Group
– The virtual group is for Black Women who have been diagnosed with any stage of Breast Cancer and is open to those newly diagnosed, in treatment, or in survivorship.
Come join other Black women dealing with the issues and impacts of a breast cancer diagnosis. All meetings are hosted using Zoom.
This group is offered by the MedStar Georgetown Ourisman Breast Center and Smith Center for Healing and the Arts.
As we move into our third decade, we do so with deep gratitude. We thank you for taking part in this celebration and we look to the future with great excitement for what is to come. Check our our celebration event.