Together 4 Cancer Concern
Today a new support service has been launched by the National Cancer Control Programme, the Irish Cancer Society, and Cancer Care West.
The organisations have come together to build a virtual community of care for people who are struggling with the emotional and psychological effects of living with cancer during this very challenging and uncertain time.
The free service will be available from anywhere in Ireland and can be accessed through the Irish Cancer Society’s Supportline Freephone 1800 200 700. It includes a panel of experienced cancer counsellors, with connections to community cancer support centres across the country and a team of clinical psychologists from Cancer Care West. This will ensure that everyone, no matter what their level of distress, can access the right support, at the right time.
Irish Cancer Society Support Line remains open during coronavirus and is operating extended hours
The Irish Cancer Society Support Line is operating extended hours and is available from 9.00am-5.00pm Monday-Friday.
For free, confidential advice and support for any type of cancer on Freephone 1800 200 700 or by email.