Cancer Connections, located in South Tyneside in the North East of England, is a charity dedicated to serving individuals and families suffering from cancer and its after-effects.
We are pleased to announce that our premises at 258 Harton Lane, South Shields will be open for visitors again from Monday 17th May, but please note that this will be appointment only for the time being.
Visitors should wear a mask, will have a lateral flow test for Covid-19 on arrival and social distancing will be observed.
Please telephone 0191 456 5081 to arrange your visit.
Counselling, welfare benefits advice, information about cancer, family support and “Someone to talk with who understands” are all available.
Our Director, Fay Cunningham, has recorded a little message for you, and you can see it here
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Although treatment in the NHS is very good, many people need emotional and practical help when trying to return to 'normal life' after cancer. Talking and sharing your anxieties with someone who has been through the same experience can be an enormous help.
If you have cancer, have had cancer in the past, are caring for someone with cancer, have a child or family member with cancer, or have been bereaved, you are welcome at Cancer Connections.
At 258 Harton Lane, South Shields, you will find a real 'home from home' for anyone affected by cancer.
Cancer Drop-In Telephone Help Counselling
Welfare Benefits Advice Complementary Therapies Family Support
Information about Cancer Bereavement Support for Adults, Families and Children
Cancer Connections Annual Report 2019 is available to read now. Click on this link.
CANCER CONNECTIONS' DATA PRIVACY NOTICE is available now. Click on this link.