When your world has been turned upside down by breast cancer we provide personalised support to help put your life back together.
Your support programme includes 12 free hours of one-to-one appointment time. This is made up of two hours with a healthcare professional and up to ten hours of supportive therapy time which is tailored to your individual needs.
We offer assessments, counselling, and therapies to help with the emotional and physical side-effects of breast cancer and treatments. We also offer help with healthy eating and exercise and you can join one of our support groups.Our support is currently being offered live online and over the phone so you can access our services wherever you are.
Who can access our support?
We're here to support anyone affected by breast cancer. This also includes people who carry genes like BRCA 1 or 2. It doesn’t matter where you live and you don’t need a referral from a doctor. And if people close to you need some emotional support, they can talk to our counsellors too, free of charge.When can I use your services?
You can access our services whenever you need us. This could be before, during, or after your medical treatment for breast cancer. Please call us on 0300 012 0112 to speak to someone.
We know that a breast cancer diagnosis can be distressing for the loved ones of the person affected, We offer free counselling to friends and family.
Following your first consultation, together we'll develop a support programme best suited to you, your particular situation and concerns.
Support sessions hosted by our healthcare professionals, available for you to access wherever you are.
If you are unable to access one of our centres, these videos and audio bring the Breast Cancer Haven programme to you wherever you are.
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Our free support is available to anyone who has been affected by breast cancer. Including people who carry the BRCA 1 and 2 genes.
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