The fact that you are browsing our website may mean that you or your loved one has had a cancer diagnosis.

At Cancer Lifeline, we don't pretend that it's easy to cope with the changes this brings to you and / or your family's life.

We hope the information on our website will inform you about the types of services we offer & more importantly about how to access them.

We encourage you to take that first and often difficult step to ask for help and support by getting in touch with us by your preferred method of contact.

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About Us

At our "home from home" centre, Cancer Lifeline reaches out to you and your loved ones through a varied programme of support and information, targetted at the North Belfast Community.

A caring welcome, in a comfortable setting, where people can relax and talk through what is happening to them.  The organisation has been referred to as a "lifeline" by many of our members.

A cancer diagnosis brings with it a whole array of emotions, some of which can be overwhelming.  It is at these times that you may need to talk to others facing similar fears and anxieties.  You or your loved one may need access to practical support services, somewhere you can feel comfortable, where your feelings and reactions will be understood and treated sensitively.

Our programme of support varies according to members needs.  Helping people to cope better emotionally, mentally and physically with their illness.