About Art for Recovery
The Ernest H.Rosenbaum MD Art for Recovery program provides a safe environment where adults can express the intense feelings that arise in life-threatening illnesses.
It nurtures the aesthetic sensibilities of patients, visitors, and medical staff at the various campuses of UCSF Medical Center and in the community, and creates a safe haven for patients and staff to be heard, to express their feelings and find support.
We invite you to explore the creative spirit of Art for Recovery participants and programs.
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Take a closer look at Art for Recovery's Cindy Perlis in this video from the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay:
Open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
At Mount Zion
UCSF Box 1712
1600 Divisadero St., Room 128-B
At Mission Bay
1855 Fourth St., Room A-5477
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Videos about Art for Recovery
Cindy Perlis: Making Art for Recovery Magic
Fishbon Video News: Art for Recovery
Cindy Perlis, director of the Art for Recovery program, discusses the healing power of art in this episode of Fishbon Library video news.
A safe haven to meditate, pray, and find peace at Mount Zion. The new Mission Bay Hospitals have a meditation space as well.
Ultrasound Suites Ceiling Murals
The beauty of mural art for patients undergoing treatment.
Open Art Studio
Where anyone dealing with cancer can express their innermost feelings.
Art for Recovery Program
A documentary about the pioneering Art for Recovery program at the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center in San Francisco, California.