If you or someone you know has been affected by cancer, we can support you. Find out about support services and programmes offered by the Irish Cancer Society and affiliated cancer support centres and groups across the country.
On this page:
Support and resources for cancer patients
If you have been diagnosed with cancer, there are many resources and supports available to help you through your diagnosis and treatment.
Contact a Cancer Nurse, chat with other people affected by cancer, and find support in your community.
Information and advice for people diagnosed with cancer.
Information and resources on organising transportation to and from treatments, work, money and more.
Support and resources for carers and loved ones of cancer patients
If someone in your life has been diagnosed with cancer and you are caring for them, you are not alone. We have information and resources to help you along.
Support for teachers
Cancer in the classroom is a video guide to help school staff to support children and young people affected by cancer.
Looking for face-to-face support?
Speak to a Cancer Nurse at any of our Daffodil Centres located in hospitals across Ireland.
Support and resources for cancer survivors
If you are finished your cancer treatment and finding it hard to re-adjust to your normal life, there are supports and resources available to help you cope.
Browse a wide range of topics on our online community and register for a free account to chat with other patients, carers and survivors about all types of cancer.
For more information
1800 200 700