Help, Hope and Humor for the Cancer Journey.
Hours: Monday- Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Marianne’s Boutique opened in 1994, funded by a generous donation from the Richard and Marianne Reinisch Foundation. Marianne and her daughter, Nancy, both carry the BRCA 2 gene for breast cancer and have found inspiration in the support of family, friends and care team members.
The gifts on offer at Marianne’s Boutique are customized for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers. The array of specialty items includes journals, inspirational books, fun socks, tea, lotion, essential oils, pillows, shawls, candles, soaps, jewelry and more.
Theresa Truelove, Deb Roviera
The boutique is conveniently located in the lobby of the Calaway Young Cancer Center, so you can treat yourself or someone you love to something lovely and uplifting right when they need it most.
Extra TLC (Tender Loving Care) Services for Cancer Patients:
A private treatment room inside the boutique, where cancer patients are invited to receive facials from a professional esthetician, is homey, clean and comfortable (with an extra thick blanket on the treatment table). Also, on the first Friday of each month, a local hair designer is available by appointment to teach cancer patients how to style wigs, tie scarves and keep looking their best during treatment.
The boutique’s mission statement is Help, Hope and Humor for the Cancer Journey. A helpful and good-humored Valley View employee is on hand 9-5 Monday through Friday to support family, friends, and patients as they blaze the trail that lies beyond a cancer diagnosis.
Valley View Hospital | 1906 Blake Avenue | Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 | 970.384.7570