Reffering local people to a range of
Free and confidential support and advice
Financial and Benefits Advice
Counselling and Emotional Support
Employment Advice and Support
Health and Lifestyle Advice
Opportunity to meet people affected by cancer
About Bury Multi-Agency Cancer Service
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.
Is the service for me?
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.
What support is on offer?
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
Which local organisations are on board?
This service is managed by Bury Cancer Support Centre and is provided in collaboration with:
Age UK - Bury
Asian Development Association of Bury (ADAB)
Bury Exercise and Therapy Scheme (BEATS)
Bury Lifestyle Service
Bury Society for Blind and Partially Sighted People
Chai Cancer Care
Citizens Advice Bureau (Bury)
Creative Living Centre
Health and Employment Service (Bury Council)