We exist to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of people affected by cancer. Whether you've been diagnosed with cancer (at any time), you're a carer, or a loved one, we provide a range of services to help you live well with what cancer means to you. We'll focus on what's most important to you, at the right time for you, and we can help you to reduce feelings like stress, anxiety, fear, isolation or uncertainty.
We've had to suspend our face-to-face services, but we are still here for you and your wellbeing. We know that living with cancer brings many challenges, several of which may be more difficult to cope with during this time of heightened anxiety, stress and isolation. We are still here for you over the phone and online, with a range of different options to suit your own circumstances, including structured counselling, informal wellbeing support, stress management workshops and a host of online and audio self-care tools. Please get in touch with our wellbeing team to see how we can support you during this time.
Anyone can sign themselves up to our services, and we also welcome referrals from third sector or health and social care professionals.
We can support anybody affected by cancer over the age of 16, and at the moment all of our support is offered online, over the phone or by video. Our face-to-face services will resume as soon as it is safe to do so and you can find out more about these on our website.
Please contact us to find out how we can best support you and your wellbeing.