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You're not alone - we work with a variety of organisations who can help, and those closest to you.

TEENAGE

Supporting organisations

  • Centre 33 - Supports Young People up to the age of 25 with a range of issues
  • Cambridgeshire Youth Support Service Supports 11-19 year old's
  • Action For Children Outreach Services for children in Cambridgeshire
  • The Big C - Cancer support in Norfolk and Waveney (www.big-c.co.uk)
  • Macmillan website
  • Bloodwise website
  • CCLG
  • Lekaemia Care
  • Lymphoma Action
  • Clic Sargent 01223 714439
  • The Brain Tumour Charity - Teenage and Young Adult Service
  • Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (retinoblastoma)
  • Health Talk - Young People's Experience of Cancer
  • Kids Cancer Charity (formerly Christian Lewis Trust)
  • Macmillan Cancer Info for Teens and Young Adults
  • SHINE Cancer Support (adults in 20s, 30s or 40s)
  • Teenage Cancer Trust
  • Teenage and Young Adults with Cancer (TYAC)
  • Teens Unite Fighting Cancer
  • The Kite Trust (Support for LGBT under-25's)
  • The Mix
  • Trekstock Young Adult Cancer Support (adults in 20s and 30s)
  • TYA Help (Help! I've got cancer - supporting the wellbeing of teenagers and young adults)
  • Dreams Come True (ages 2 to 21, serious conditions)
  • Josie's Dragonfly (ages 0 to 24, cure no longer possible)
  • Make a Wish Foundation (ages 3 to 17, life-threatening condition)
  • Rays of Sunshine (ages 3 to 18, serious or life-limiting illnesses)
  • Something to Look Forward To (patients and families, receiving treatment or in 3 years following treatment)
  • Steph's Wishes (ages 18 to 25, recurring or terminal cancer)
  • Willow (ages 16 to 40, life-threatening illness or undertaking active treatment for a curative condition, excluding maintenance therapy)
  • Mummys Star - supporting pregnancy through cancer and beyond (mummystar.org)
  • Working with Cancer - help employees affected by cancer to return to work (www.workingwithcancer.co.uk)