Please note, due to COVID-19 restrictions, the services available may be subject to change or on temporarily suspended. Contact the organisations directly to find out more.
The team at Cancer Fund for Children ensure that no family has to face cancer alone. They're there for children and young people between 0 and 24 years old that are diagnosed with cancer or those living with a parent with a cancer diagnosis. Offering support at home, in the community and on the hospital ward as well as at their residential centre, they are there to help emotionally, physically and financially.
For men and women across Northern Ireland living with breast cancer, as well as their friends, family and carers, Pretty n Pink is a breast cancer support centre providing information and advice, as well as offering access to emotional support and complementary therapies. Since 2006, this charitable organisation has been ran by a team of volunteers and is the only registered breast cancer charity in Northern Ireland.
Based at the Northern Ireland Cancer Centre, this organisation provides support to cancer patients and their families as they go through treatment. Providing complementary therapies, exercise classes, and information. The work of Friends of the Cancer Centre focuses on three key areas - patient care, patient comfort and research and their work supports the services provided by the Health Service.