Priceless4Purpose offers mental and emotional relief to adults with cancer in MN
Three words we hope never to hear, “You have cancer”, but sadly,
we all know someone that has.Cancer is a physical disease but even more so…an emotional
one. With a diagnosis comes worry of uncertainties of physical and financial future combined with overwhelming
stress. Priceless4Purpose-The Steve Bartlett Cancer Nonprofit
understands this.We work hard
raising funds to grant respite, retreat, “time away” at Mystic
Views lodging facility tucked into the northern woods of Minnesota,
renowned for its peaceful, relaxing, scenic, pampered atmosphere.
" Merely being in nature
for brief periods-even just having it in view-can reduce the
flood of stress hormones and improve immune defenses. This was an incredible
finding, revealing that nature is like a little drop of morphine for the
"The wellness of
individuals and nations-and clearly the planet-depends on recognizing that contact
with nature is essential to human health."
Mother Nature News Magazine Dec
2015/Jan 2016 article Nature Really Does Make Us Happy
- Priceless4Purpose grants the opportunity to adults diagnosed with cancer alone, or with an adult loved one of their choice up to 3 nights respite time at Mystic Views to rediscover the things that bring them
enjoyment without being a financial strain, affording distraction from sights
and sounds of doctors and hospitals.
- Adults affected by cancer may celebrate a milestone in treatment,
an anniversary, a birthday or just spend quality time with a loved one at
Mystic Views located “North of the Tension Zone”. Overlooking a natural private
lake, the log cabin look, King/Jacuzzi suite and meals served to the
privacy of the guest's suite, allow them a moment to breathe and
rejuvenate without added financial burden.
Steve Bartlett spent his career in physical therapy working
with trauma patients and performing massage therapy on cancer patients while
receiving their treatment. Priceless4Purpose-The Steve Bartlett Cancer Nonprofit was created in Steve’s memory to continue
his example of helping emotionally and physically at a time patients need most.