We support people through their cancer journey from diagnosis, through treatment and then post-discharge. We provide counselling, complementary therapies, wellbeing classes and supporting information, all personalised to individual needs. We also help carers, family members and bereaved relatives.
We want to support the growing number of people affected by cancer. One in two of us will get cancer in our lifetimes, and following delays in testing due to Covid, a larger number of people are receiving diagnoses at more advanced stages of cancer. Those with a diagnosis as well as their carers, family, and the bereaved are going through a traumatic time in their lives and need help to improve their wellbeing, to feel more in control, and be better able to manage.
Our services are tailored to individual needs and include: - Counselling services to help come to terms with a diagnosis or bereavement, - Support groups to talk with others in a similar situation, - Complementary therapies to help cope with the stress of cancer and its treatments, - Wellbeing classes to aid relaxation, - Information workshops on subjects such as welfare & benefits and nutrition, - Social & creative activities. All our services are free of charge and we are open to all.