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Whether you have been diagnosed with cancer, or have a family member or friend who is affected by cancer, there are times when you may need support. Our professional services and support programs are here to help you.
For more information on the types of support available, please see below.
Our Cancer Council Helpline is staffed by trained professionals with knowledge about cancer and cancer care. They are there to help you with information, support and referrals to other services. Call our Helpline from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday on 13 11 20, or you can order resources online.
Our Cancer Counselling Service gives people affected by cancer the opportunity to talk through problems and learn new ways of coping.
We are linked to a number of Support Programs that offer peer support and information to people with cancer and their families and range of informative workshops and seminars
Our Cancer Connect service provides cancer patients with peer support and information by connecting them with people who have had similar cancer experiences.Our Breast Cancer Support Service offers support and information by connecting women who have had similar breast cancer experiences.
Our Brain Tumour Support Service provides information, referral and support for people with brain tumours.
Support During Treatment is important when a person is diagnosed with cancer. We offer a range of support services for people with cancer.
Childhood, Adolescent and Young Adult Support is provided to children or young people who have been diagnosed with cancer or who have been affected by a diagnosis of cancer in the family.
We hold regular awareness events in local communities across Queensland.
Counselling and Support Services
- Cancer Counselling Service
- Support During Treatment
- Breast Cancer Support Service
- Brain Tumour Support Service
- Childhood, Adolescent and Young Adult Support