Referring local people to a range of free and confidential support and advice services provided by local organisations.
This service offers people affected by cancer access to a range of free and confidential support and advice to meet their needs.
Through a single point of contact, initially by telephone, people can discuss any of the non-clinical issues or concerns they may have in confidence with a key worker.
Once an individual's needs are known, free and professional support will be offered from a range of organisations.
This service available for people who are affected by cancer, including people who have received a cancer diagnosis (during or after treatment), their carers and families. The service is or people aged 18 and above, who are registered with a Bury GP practice.
This service is managed by Bury Cancer Support Centre and is provided in collaboration with:
Practical and confidential support and advice for a range of non-clinical issues such as financial and benefits advice, counselling, emotional support and more. Any concerns of a clinical nature should be directed to an individual's main care provider, this may be their Cancer Specialist Nurse, hospital team or GP practice