Not generally, no. Oncologists treat cancer. Cancer centers provide the facilities for treating cancer. Personally, I wouldn't want them to plan my spiritual, nutritional, and emotional needs because they have no expertise to do so. Some of the larger for profit cancer centers may provide these services, which are usually contracted out and substantially pads the bills and are not typically covered by insurance carriers. If you want spiritual support, go to your pastor (or equivalent), if you want nutritional support, go to a dietitian, if you want emotional support, go to a psychologist or join a cancer survivors support group.
I remember reading that article in Cure, but several months ago, so either not the latest issue or they have published another article on the same subject. In any case, in the article I read, the intent was to provide info, ideas, and resources to help you create your own plan, not to find one stop shopping to have one created for you.