Drop in information and support service
This service is available for anyone affected by cancer. You’re welcome to come and browse the wide range of information leaflets we have at the centre, or we can help guide you to find the information you’re looking for. Staff and volunteers can also help you to find out about and access support services at the Horizon Centre and locally. You can also call the Macmillan Support Line on 0808 808 00 00.
'What's on the horizon' drop in visit
No appointment needed – you can just drop in for a 15-20 minute introduction to the range of support available at the Horizon Centre. After the introduction you might want to find out more about a support service or book an appointment, or perhaps just stay for a chat.
Book a needs assessment appointment
This is a 45-minute one-to-one appointment to talk through your information and support needs. Cancer impacts life in different ways and sometimes people have several concerns they would like to find out more information about, including what support is available to help them cope during this time.
Sign up to attend a 'what next' session
This is a 90-minute session for small groups of four to six people. Everyone adjusts to life after cancer treatment differently, people can experience a range of feelings and it can be daunting dealing with an expectation to get back on with life as it was before. This session offers people the chance to address some of the common issues people face at this time, chat with others who have been through a similar experience and find out some practical ways that can help people cope with adjusting to life after cancer.