We have now suspended our live services but we still have a lot of useful information to support you.
When your world has been turned upside down by breast cancer we provide personalised support to help put your life back together.
Unfortunately, due to the financial impact of COVID-19, we are winding down our service provision. We aim to continue providing support where possible until the end of June. Read our announcement here.
Whilst we are winding down our one-to-one therapies we will still be providing individual support from our healthcare professionals as well as online groups and classes up until the end of June.
We will also signpost our visitors to other possible sources of support when appropriate.
Our support is 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. When in my treatment can I use your services?
You can access our services at any point in your treatment. This could be before, during, or after your medical treatment for breast cancer. Please call us on 0300 012 0112 or email [email protected] to explore options.
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.
Groups, classes, seminars and workshops hosted by our healthcare professionals, available for you to access wherever you are.
We are delighted at the success of our reach with our Live Online programme provided by Zoom and phone.
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.
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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