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Macmillan Community Cancer Navigators

Macmillan Community Cancer Navigators

Practical help and support groups

The Macmillan Community Cancer Navigators provide general information and support about cancer and cancer services, to enable people to navigate the health and social care system and make informed choices about their cancer and their life. Provide signposting, advice and guidance (including self-care information), access to education and appropriate resources such as financial, emotional, relationship or health advice. Deliver community based initiatives to improve the wellbeing of the living with and beyond cancer community. Organise a rolling programme of Health and Wellbeing events. These events will cover, for example, managing fatigue, promoting health and wellbeing, mindfulness and other topics. Work with health, social care and voluntary services to ensure up to date and relevant information is available for people who contact the service.

Group supports: Everybody; Adults; Carers; Patients; Relatives; Children whose relative has cancer; Children with cancer; Young adults affected by cancer; Young adults with cancer; Parents of Children or Young Adults with cancer; Men; Women. Diverse community groups: Bisexual; Gay; Lesbian; Transgender; Religious groups.

We offer:

  • Befriending
  • Bereavement support
  • Cancer information materials
  • Cancer information materials in other languages
  • Complementary therapies
  • Counselling
  • Dietary therapy
  • Financial support
  • Home visiting
  • Professional counselling
  • Provision for deaf/hard of hearing
  • Provision for learning difficulties
  • Provision for visually impaired
  • Support from Health Professionals
  • Telephone helpline
  • Written resources in other languages

Catchment area:

North East Hampshire, Farnham Surrey, Surrey Heath,Yateley, Bagshot, Lightwater, Waverley

  • Opening times:

    Not applicable

Interested in joining us?

Just come along to our next meeting, or get in touch with us on the details below.

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