How we help
Our services, provided in a non-medical setting, range from Befriending and Counselling, to Meditation and other Complementary Therapies. We also have a wide range of information available, which covers many aspects of cancer and its emotional effects.
Please contact us if you have any further questions
We have a team of approximately 25 volunteer Befrienders, all of whom have completed listening and responding skills training. We are here to welcome anyone who comes in to the Centre and to listen in a non-judgemental way.
We provide a range of therapies including Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Indian Head Massage.
These therapies aid relaxation and can help restore the balance of the body and promote a feeling of wellbeing.
Available to help people feel more in control of their lives and better able to cope with their diagnosis. Our fully qualified Counsellors offer professional, free, one-to-one confidential counselling 5 days a week.
Macmillan HOPE Course
This is a 2 day self-management course for those who are post-treatment, which is facilitated by our trained staff. It is held at our venue in the Loft at the Centre at 37a The Hundred.