Mayo Cancer Support Association
Mayo Cancer Support Association was formed in August 1999. It was formed by a group of volunteers who recognised the need for the service through personal experience and working with people diagnosed with cancer. Due to the growing demand for these services and with the help and support of people in Mayo, on the 14th April 2003, the service moved to its own premises at Rock Rose House, St Patrick’s Avenue, Castlebar.
What cancer type is the group/centre for? All cancers.
Who is the group/centre for? Carers, Patients, Adults, Relatives.
Geographical areas served: Mayo.
What support/services are offered? 1 to 1 support, Bereavement support, Drop in listening service, Public information/seminars, Support groups.
Opening Hours Mon – Fri 9.30am – 5pm
Mayo Cancer Support Association is affiliated with the Irish Cancer Society 2014-2017.