How we can help

You aren't alone. Whether you've been diagnosed with cancer or know someone who has been, we have a variety of practical and emotional services to help you along the way.

Talk to a survivor

Ask a question

Find local support

Coping with and after cancer treatment

We'll help you to deal with life during and after treatment, including:

Find counselling

How to talk to loved ones

Manage side effects

Life after treatment

We have two dedicated transport programmes: our Volunteer Driver Service, where trained drivers can give you a lift to your treatment, and Travel2Care, which helps with the costs of transport. 

Volunteer Driver Service


Learn more about our Night Nurses who provide end-of-life, in-home care for patients at the end of their cancer journeys.

More information

Find out more about managing money and dealing with practical matters during your cancer journey.

Managing money


Looking to talk to someone who's been there?

Receive one-on-one emotional and practical support from someone who has already dealt with a cancer diagnosis themselves.

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If your child or teenager has been diagnosed with cancer, we can provide the information you need, whether you're making a decision about treatment, looking for support or need to understand the basics.

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Understanding the needs of an employee with cancer and effectively managing the work-related challenges they face can benefit both the employee and the organisation as a whole. 

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Talk to a cancer nurse

Call our Cancer Nurseline freefone
1 800 200 700

Confidential advice, support and information
Mon-Fri 9 am - 5 pm

Email us

Talk to others

Chat with our cancer nurses or other people living with cancer in our online community.

Online community

In-person support

Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centres provide in-person, one-on-one cancer information, support and advice in local hospitals across Ireland.

Find a Daffodil Centre