What Macmillan Move More Hertfordshire is a positive behaviour change and physical activity programme, funded by Macmillan Cancer Support and working in partnership with the YMCA, along with Stevenage Leisure, Finesse Leisure and Broxbourne Leisure trusts. The programme is designed to encourage people living with cancer to become and stay more active throughout their cancer journey.
What Heathers Cancer Support is an independent cancer self help group supported by Macmillan Cancer Support, which operates in line with their best practice guidelines. There are drop-in support meetings twice a month on the first and third Monday of each month (except Bank Holidays). For further information please contact the service.
Where Meetings take place between 2 pm and 4 pm in the hall behind the Unitarian Church in central Horsham
What The Aylesbury Vale Prostate Cancer Support Group offer help for men, their partners and families at a time when they are worried about prostate cancer. The group includes Health Care Professionals and has links with other support groups and specialist charities.
Where The group meets on the first Monday of each quarter (lunchtime meetings)
What The Beds Prostate Cancer Support Group is there to provide support for patients of prostate cancer amongst men of all ages. The support group meetings provide an opportunity to get to know people who have been through treatment or are about to go through treatment, and a forum to ask questions or to have quiet chat with individuals. Specialist speakers on prostate cancer are regularly invited to give presentations throughout the year, along with non-specialist speakers from time to time. Th
What The Northampton Prostate Cancer Support Group is a group of men that have all had prostate cancer. The group comes together to help men and their families going through what these men have experienced. The group supports men with prostate cancer and their families in the Northampton Area.
Where Please meet at St. Johns at 7pm on the first Tuesday of every month.
Who Men and their families who have been affected my prostate cancer.
What The Swallows head and neck support group offer a 24/7 helpline. If you need to talk to someone who has been where you are and need some help, support or just talk then call now on 07504 725 059.
Who The service is for both patients and carers or any family member. You are also welcome to join in at monthly patient and carers meetings, please contact the service for details.
What Brain Tumour Action provide information, support and counselling to brain tumour patients, their relatives and friends. The service offer a confidential helpline whereby people may to talk to a trained, experienced counsellor. The service also provides information leaflets and booklets available for individuals and hospital wards on various aspects of living with a brain tumour and advertise local groups up and down the country as well as running their own support group.
What NET Patient Foundation (NPF) is a UK wide charity solely dedicated to providing support and information to those affected by Neuroendocrine Cancer. From diagnosis, through treatment(s) and beyond, the charity offers expert-endorsed guidance, support, education and information to anyone affected by neuroendocrine cancer. Services include online advice and information, a specialist nurse helpline, and a telephone counselling service. Please see the website for more details.
What A free, open-access service, Grief Encounter offers everything from one-to-one counselling, group therapy, residentials, fun days, national e-counselling, memory making workshops and creative therapy sessions to bereaved children young people & their families, living in select regions of London, Essex & Bristol. The service professionally care and respond to young people’s needs when they require it the most. For locations and services please visit the website or call the number provided.
What Cinnamon Trust is a national charity for the elderly, the terminally ill and their pets. The charity provides long term care for pets whose owners have died or have moved to residential accommodation which will not accept pets. Emergency care or short term care is also available for pets whose owners face a spell in hospital.
Where A national network of over 15,000 community service volunteers and pet foster carers.
Who A service for the elderly or terminally ill and their pets.