Cancer Support Service at the Macmillan Support and Information Centres
What the service does
The Cancer Support Service in partnership with Advice Space NI, Cancer Focus NI, Friends of the Cancer Centre, Look Good Feel Better and Macmillan Cancer Support, provide a wide range of information and support to people affected by cancer.
The following services are provided:
- Macmillan Benefits Advice
- Information and support
- Complementary Therapy
- Work Support Conversation
- Cancer Related Fatigue Programme (online)
- Tai Chi
- Look Good Feel better
- Art Therapy (Cancer Focus Northern Ireland)
To find out more about our services please contact us.
The services open to those 18 and over who have been affected by cancer.
Who provides the service
The Belfast Trust working in partnership with Cancer Charities.
How to access the service
Referrals to the services can be made by healthcare professional or the person affected by cancer (patient, carers and families). Referrals can be made by telephone, email or drop in during opening hours. Some services are available by appointment only.
|Belfast City Hospital
Macmillan Support and Information Centre
Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm (excluding bank holidays)
|Royal Victoria Hospital
Macmillan Information Centre
Monday and Thursday, 9am – 4pm (subject to change).
|Macmillan Support and Information Centre
Belfast City Hospital
77-81 Lisburn Road
Belfast, BT9 7AB
|Macmillan Information Centre
Main Corridor Level 2
Royal Victoria Hospital
|Tel: 028 961 50077||Tel: 02961 51751|