Furlong Wellness Retreat Celebrates One Year of Business, Helping Cancer Patients

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The wellness center focuses on working with those facing cancer diagnosis.

A Bucks County wellness center is celebrating one year of business after helping hundreds with dealing with serious health issues.

Kin, a retreat and wellness center located in the Furlong area, just celebrated one full year of business, having their first client come in for help on Dec. 8 of last year.

“We now support nearly 250 cancer patients and their families across Bucks County,” the center said on social media.

“With over 50 practitioners and instructors providing care through that is physical, social, emotional support.”

The center’s Executive Director is Keith Fenimore, who founded the nonprofit Pine2Pink, which raises awareness of great cancer in the Bucks County area.

On its website, Kin describes itself as “a comforting retreat, free to all cancer patients across Bucks County. A place where they can come to have their non-medical – yet critical – emotional, social, physical and lifestyle needs met throughout their journey of treatment, recovery and beyond.”

Learn more about the center’s work in the Bucks County community at Kin Wellness and Support.

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