Cancer Well Being Survey

We are interested in finding out more about the specific emotional, practical, social, physical and other impacts a cancer diagnosis may have. We would also like to look into the various ways in which individuals cope with a diagnosis, and the importance of outside support. Please help us to understand more by completing our survey. To take part, click on the following link https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/cancer_well-being

 
CANCER BLACK CARE

Cancer Black Care (CBC) provides a comprehensive support service to ALL members of the community, who are affected by cancer. We offer a safe confidential, neutral place, where service users, carers and families and friends can meet to support each others cultural and emotional needs. As every family is unique, our service is committed to the interest of our service users and their families.

We aim to enhance the quality of life by reducing fears, tensions, bitterness and misunderstanding. We assist and encourage individuals to discuss and reach importnat decisions, which affect them and their families. We respect and individuals dignity, beliefs and culture.

 
Gbenga Olatunji 10m Run

Gbenga Olatunji will be doing a 10k run to fundraise for CBC. Click here to visit his donation page on the "Just Giving" website.

 
ACTIVITIES

Monthly Support Group South London

The groups runs on the first Saturday of each month between the hours of 2 pm - 4 pm at 305 - 307 Camberwell Road, Camberwell, London SE5 0RZ. Contacts: Jean Ambrose 07903 061 045 and Rawl Price: 07949 364 708 (Service User & Group Facilitators)

Monthly Support Group Meetings Brent

The support group runs on the second Saturday of each month between the hours of 2 pm - 4pm. The Information Officer facilitates the group and speakers participate when requested.

Monthly Coffee Mornings

The coffee morning are held on the last Monday of every month, between the hours of 10:30 am -1 pm.

 
CORE SERVICES

As every family is unique, our service is committed to the interests of our service users and their families. Our core services include:

  • Advice on general welfare benefits
  • Advocacy
  • Befriending
  • Community health awareness events
  • Counselling
  • Counselling Dietary needs
  • Family support
  • Financial support
  • Gateway to Allied Service
  • Grant applications
  • Home/hospital/hospice visits
  • Monthly coffee mornings
  • Monthly service users led support group meeting
  • Providing support throughout the illness
  • Telephone/ face to face contact
  • The Counselling Project: Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 3 pm; Friday 10 am to 1 pm.
 

PROSTATE CANCER - BY DR FRANK CHINEGWUNDOH

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