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Community Resource Centers

About Massey's Community Resource Centers

Massey’s Community Resource Centers and satellite sites provide access to cancer health information – cancer prevention, early detection, treatment, clinical trials and survivorship – in local communities. We offer up-to-date and helpful information and education on knowing your cancer risk, as well as help cutting through the clutter and fear of a stressful diagnosis by directing cancer patients, survivors and their networks of support to reliable sources.

Community Resource Centers and satellite sites are available to:

  • Ensure community members have the knowledge and resources needed to live healthier lives
  • Navigate Virginians to screening services for early detection
  • Establish trusted relationships with health service providers
  • Provide cancer-specific informational material

Community Resource Centers are located in Danville and Lawrenceville along the State Highway 58 corridor. In addition, satellite services are offered at our community partner locations – Petersburg Library HLLC and the VCU Health Hub at 25th in Richmond’s East End.

Danville Community Resource Center
530 Main Street, Suite 208, Danville, VA 24541
(434) 791-5205
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 10:00am - 4:00pm and Friday, 10:00am - 2:00pm

Lawrenceville Community Resource Center
221 North Main Street, Lawrenceville, VA 23868
(434) 532-8190
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 4:00pm 

Petersburg Healthy Living & Learning Center
201 W Washington St, Petersburg, VA 23803

Visit the Petersburg Healthy Living & Learning Center for more information.

VCU Health Hub at 25th
1330 N 25th Street (Suite A), Richmond, VA 23223

Visit the VCU Health Hub at 25th for more information.

Questions? Contact us at

All programs and services are of no cost to individual community members. The following services are currently available at Massey’s Community Resource Centers and satellite sites.

  • We CAN Quit: This free, community-based service connects people with “Quit Coaches” and other supportive resources to help them stop using tobacco. Complete the We CAN Quit request form for more information.
  • Personal Prevention Coaching: Want to learn more about lowering your cancer risk? Personal Prevention Coaches are available to discuss ways to develop healthy habits and limit harmful exposures that may decrease your chances of developing cancer.
  • Community-based education: Cancer health education (awareness, prevention and early detection) for local groups can be tailored to the unique needs of individuals and the local community or work groups.

  • Navigation services: Assistance is available to help establish a primary care provider, schedule appointments, find a screening site or connect you with external resources for financial needs or insurance enrollment.
  • Wig/Prosthetic Program (Lawrenceville only): At the Lawrenceville Community Resource Center, wigs and/or prosthetics are available to community members who are in active treatment at no cost and in consultation with a licensed cosmetologist.

Questions? Contact us at or complete the Community Resource Center support request form.

Our work within the communities we serve extends well beyond the four walls and the physical locations of the Community Resource Centers and satellite sites. We are proud to partner with organizations, individuals, community members, leaders and stakeholders to reach Virginians where they work, live, play and give back to their communities.

Collaborations to promote education, prevention and early detection include, but are not limited to, partnering with:

  • Faith-based organizations
  • Community-based organizations
  • Schools and universities
  • Sororities and fraternities
  • Indigenous/Tribal groups
  • Private businesses
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)
  • Tenant, resident, or homeowner associations

Complete the Partner with Massey form to request more information or suggest a partnership.

Need additional support?

Tell us more about your needs via the Community Resource Center request form below.

Request Services