What Charis is a cancer care charity that support men and women affected by cancer at every stage of their journey. Charis also assist and support the families and supporters of those living with cancer or any family member bereaved by cancer. The service offer bereavement counselling, EatSmart nutrition workshops, complementary therapies, Yoga, relaxation, financial and benefits advice. For a full list of services please visit the website or call the number provided.
What Paul's is a cancer support centre that offers many services including counselling, support groups, mindfulness courses, self management, complementary therapies and yoga. The services on offer can help to reduce levels of stress and trauma, create a sense of well-being, improve self-esteem and self-confidence, reduce feelings of loneliness, increase people's sense of control and raise energy levels during and after treatment. For a full list of what's available take a look at the website.
What Breastfriends Cardiff and Vale breast cancer support group is for people (women and men) who have or have had breast cancer, at any stage of their breast cancer experience. They hold meetings twice a month to which anyone is welcome to "drop-in". Some meetings have a serious, breast cancer-related topic with an external speaker. Local health care professionals have delivered talks at their meetings.
Where The support group is located in Cardiff.
What The Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre (SROMC) provide fully integrated chemotherapy and supportive care treatments for a range of adult cancers. New and follow-up oncology outpatient clinics are held at the centre, as well as haematology outpatient and day-case services. It offers a range of multi-disciplinary advisory, practical and self-management support services for both hospital and community patients and carers who have been affected by a cancer diagnosis.
What The cancer information centres at the University Hospital of North Tees and the University Hospital of Hartlepool provide a confidential service for anyone with questions or concerns about cancer. The centres offer booklets, leaflets and other sources of information free of charge, and visitors can also access welfare benefits and financial advice.
Where University Hospital of Hartlepool, Holdforth Road, Hartlepool.
What Big C Centre, King's Lynn provides emotional, practical and social support to all those affected by cancer. The Centre offer a variety of cancer related information and services such as scarf tying, complementary therapies counselling family support, relaxation group, herb and nutrition group and men's cancer group. Some of their services are by appointment only, so please visit their website to find out more.
Where Located in the heart of Great Yarmouth
What The Mulberry Centre provides support and information for anyone affected by cancer, offering practical ways of enhancing physical, psychological and emotional well-being. The Mulberry Centre aims to deliver these services to all people affected by cancer including patients, friends and family, carers and those bereaved by cancer.
What Dormy House Spa offer a specialist theraputic Massage for people who have to manage their experience with cancer. This specialised massage can help to improve the quality of life, relaxation, sleep and immune function. It can ease the anxiety, pain, and fatigue bringing much needed comfort, nurture and support with light and soft touch therapy. Therapists have received the accredited training from Pure Massage Spa Training Method® and are fully certified to provide you with this incredible Therapeutic Touch treatment.
What CLAN Cancer Support Banchory offers emotional and social support to all those affected by cancer. They also offer complementary and relaxation therapies relaxation and visualisation classes.
Where CLAN Cancer Support Banchory is centrally located within Banchory
Who CLAN Cancer Support Banchory welcomes anyone affected by cancer. Drop in for a cup of a tea and chat or give them a call to find out more. Please check with service for full eligibility criteria.
What The Urological Cancer Charity (UCAN) focuses on raising awareness of urological cancers and improving support and quality of life for people and families who are affected. The UCAN provides social and psychological support by offering support groups and a buddy network which allows cancer patients to receive additional support from other patients by sharing their experiences with each other. For full details about the service, please visit the website or call the number provided.