HairPeace Wig Salon

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Please call 216-595-9546 to make an appointment at Hair Peace Wig Salon

The Gathering Place is pleased to offer free wigs to women currently experiencing hair loss from cancer treatment. Our salons are stocked with synthetic wigs in a wide variety of colors, styles and lengths. We invite you to visit HairPeace Wig Salon at The Gathering Place in Beachwood  or in Westlake to find a wig that is right for you.

What to expect at a salon appointment:

  • To make an appointment to select a wig call 216-595-9546.
  • We encourage you to make an appointment so we can be sure that one our trained volunteers is available to assist you.  When you come, it is beneficial to bring a friend to help you find a flattering wig.
  • We provide women with one synthetic wig, a wig stand and wig cap liner (all free).
  • You will find a wide selection of wigs that are either new or that have been donated by salons and stores and professionally cleaned.  We only offer synthetic wigs because of their ease of care.  They hold style well and are more durable than real-hair wigs.
  • We will teach you how to wash and care for your wig.

Other Services at The Gathering Place:

  • The Gathering Place also offers a variety of classes around skin care, eyebrows, nails and other changes that can come about from chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery.  We offer programs and services that address all aspects of the cancer journey.  Click here to learn more about our free programs and services.

To Donate a Wig:

We accept wigs at both of our locations:

  • The Gathering Place in Beachwood: 23300 Commerce Par, Beachwood, OH 44122
  • The Gathering Place in Westlake: 800 Sharon Drive, Westlake, OH 44145
  • Both locations are open Monday through Friday 9am-5pm; Saturday 9am-1pm and evenings when programs are scheduled.

 

Regina Brett, local author and Plain Dealer columnist, was the inspiration for HairPeace Wig Salon. She has said that being bald was one of the hardest parts of her cancer journey and wanted women to have a comfortable, nurturing place to come where they don’t have to worry about cost.