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Cancer support services

Our cancer support services are free for you and those caring for you.

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Free services and support for you and the people caring for you

We’re here from the moment you’re diagnosed, for you and the people around you.

So, whatever it is you need, just ask! Whether it’s advice from healthcare professionals on side effects or treatments, knowing what you’re entitled to and applying for welfare benefits, or just wanting someone to talk to, we’re here.

Thanks to the generosity of our fundraisers and donors, our services are free for you to use.

Managing emotionally

Cancer affects all areas of life, including your emotions. You may feel frightened, overwhelmed, anxious or you may even find it hard to believe that you have cancer when you are first told.

Managing practically

Cancer can bring about changes to your physical and mental health. We can advise you on how to manage any practical concerns you may have as a result of your diagnosis.

Managing financially

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, it might affect your financial situation. It can have a huge impact on your working pattern or hours, and a knock-on effect on your finances.

Managing physically

Cancer and cancer treatment can have a huge effect on how you feel physically. We can offer support and advice to help you manage the physical impact of cancer.

What's on

Our cancer services and support are for you and the people caring for you. All our services are free. This is what we do. To find out more or to book, call 0114 553 3330.

Where to find us

Visit our Charity Hub or Weston Park Cancer Support in Sheffield. You can find out more about what we do and how you can get involved.

Christmas opening times

Throughout the festive season you may find that our helpline, charity hub, transport service and Weston Park Cancer Support are closed or are open at different times. Find full details of our festive opening hours here.

Coronavirus guidance

The Covid-19 outbreak remains a challenging time, particularly for people with cancer and their families. You may feel worried about how the pandemic will affect you.

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