If you or someone close to you has been affected by breast cancer, there are a wide range of support groups and services that can help. We’ve listed a few here…

 

Local Support Groups

 

Local Support Centres

Advice & Information

 

NHS Videos:

Blogs

Instagram


Other links

 

Cancer Supportive Care Directory

This supportive care directory focuses on the most common sources of distress that people with cancer may experience. Distress can be caused by a wide range of physical, social, emotional, interpersonal and spiritual factors, all of which can interact. The directory offers options to help deal with these issues and makes suggestions for local and national support.


Jeremiah’s Journey

Jeremiah’s journey supports all children, young people & their families who are anticipating or experiencing the death of someone special.


Jen’s Friends

If you require a free Mastectomy Pillow please get in contact.

For more information please call 07710976136 or email jensfriends@hotmail.com 


Fruit Fly Collective

The Fruit Fly Collective offer a service called ‘The Cancer Clouds’; these are a group of toolkits created for children, or young people, who are affected by their parents being diagnosed with cancer.


Wig Service

For those patients who may lose their hair due to chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment, an advisor from Browns Wigs attends the Mustard Tree Centre every Thursday.

Appointments are available on Thursdays between 10:00am-3:30pm and last approximately one hour.

These sessions provide an opportunity to discuss with the advisor any concerns you may have in a confidential environment and to see the range of wigs now available.

Appointments can be made by calling the Mustard Tree on 01752 430060 or Brown’s Wigs on 01822 610292.

Please note - A referral form needs to be completed by your hospital doctor or nurse prior to making an appointment.