What Mold support group offers support to anyone affected by lymphoma. Attendees can expect a mixture of speakers and discussions on lymphoma-related topics, and an opportunity to share experiences and gain mutual support. If you are going to the group for the first time and would like to talk to someone about it or would like further information about meetings, please call the freephone helpline.
What The Macmillan Information and Support Centre issituated in the main Concourse at University Hospital of Wales. Staff and volunteers at the Centre are happy to provide a wide range of assistance and support for people living with or beyond a cancer diagnosis; families and carers of those affected by anyone seeking information about cancer.
Where Concourse, University Hospital of Wales,
What The Macmillan Information and Support Centre offers free and confidential information and support in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Whether you have questions about prevention, have just been diagnosed or are living with and beyond cancer the service is there to help. Services include: counselling, benefits advice, self-help and support, practical support and courses and workshops. Open Monday to Friday 09.00-17.00 for printed, audio and visual information.
What Maggie's Edinburgh offers emotional, practical and social support to all those affected by cancer including family, friends and carers. To see a list all of the services, groups and workshops available please visit their website. There is no need to book an appointment you patients are able to drop in for a cup of tea and to speak to one of the team and find out what is on offer.
What Working With Cancer (WWC) supports all people affected by cancer to manage work, return to work or find work after a cancer diagnosis according to their needs. WWC also supports working carers, colleagues and teams affected by cancer. The services offered by WWC focus on achieving three aims:
What Macmillan run a confidential, volunteer-led Information and Support Service. They provide practical advice and signposting to other agencies to supply you with services you require. Macmillan can provide emotional support to anyone who has been affected by cancer, offer support groups, self-help workshops, counselling, welfare and benefits advice and telephone support. The centre has a huge range of information booklets that are free of charge.
What Brain Tumour Support hold a support group in your local area of Portsmouth for anyone affected by a brain tumour diagnosis. For more information please click on the link above.
Where Rowan's Living Well Centre, Purbrook. Groups are usually held on the second Thursday of the month 13.30-3.00pm
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What Cancer Connections provides information about cancer, specialist cancer counselling, complementary therapies, family support, welfare benefits advice, and bereavment support. Talking and sharing your anxieties with others who have been through the same experience can be very helpful. For more information please visit the website or contact the service.
Where South Tyneside
What The Helen Rollason Cancer Centre in Springfield offers cancer patients and their carers counselling and therapies. The centre is open Tuesday: 1.00pm – 5.00pm and Thursday: 9.00am – 5.00pm. For more information about booking an appointment, please check the website or call the number provided.
Where Essex Hub, GenesisCare Hospital, Springfield.
What Maggie's offer emotional, practical and social support to all those affected by cancer including family, friends and carers. Services on offer include bereavement support, carer support, courses for managing stress, help for families, gardening groups, support for young people, help returning to work after cancer, professional, welfare and benefits help. For a full list of support groups and workshops please visit the website to see what is available at Maggie's Merseyside.