The Mass General Cancer Center Smokefree Support Service (SSS)

The Mass General Cancer Center Smokefree Support Service (MGH SSS) provides a free, virtual based, one-on-one tobacco counseling resource for all MGH Cancer Center patients. Phone and/or video based counseling provides information and guidance in an effective and convenient way.

Learn more about our program here.

Or contact us directly by email ( or phone (617-724-2445).

Stress Management and Resiliency Training (SMART): Relaxation Response Resiliency Program

The MGH and Benson Henry Institute Stress Management And Resiliency Training (SMART) program teaches self-care practices that help buffer daily stress, making participants less emotionally and physically vulnerable to it.

This program is designed to help participants regain control and build resilience through a variety of mind body principles and self-care interventions, leading to reduced medical symptoms and enhanced quality of life.

Anyone with the following would benefit:

  • Anxiety-related symptoms
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Mild to moderate depression
  • Chronic pain or TMJ
  • Insomnia or fatigue
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Asthma or allergies

Learn more or register for the program here.

MGH Mind Body Program for Cancer Survivors

The HPRIR Program and The Mass General Cancer Center is pleased to offer the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine’s highly regarded Stress Management and Resilience Training: Relaxation Response Resilience (SMART-3RP) training in an online format on Zoom. This program is designed to help patients cope with the many emotional, social and physical challenges that emerge after cancer treatment. It teaches patients a variety of mind body, positive psychology and cognitive behavioral tools to help enhance their resiliency and overall quality of life.

Learn more about our program here.

Register for the program here.

Or, reach out directly to our program coordinator, Gabbie Nicolosi, here: