Cancer online and telephone support
There are a variety of telephone and internet cancer support groups available to those patients and carers who prefer the convenience and privacy of receiving peer related support in their own home.
Participation is free and members are from all states of Australia. For more information contact our Cancer Support Centres on 1300 656 585.
Visit our website for full details of:
Cancer Council confidential telephone support service 13 11 20.
Cancer Connect - a peer support service that puts people in touch with others who have had a similar cancer experience
Cancer Council Online community - an online platform for people affected by cancer
Cancer Directory - cancer care publications and resources
Who this service is for
Patients and carers affected by cancer.
Participation is free.
How this service is delivered
Call or visit us online
Call us or see our website for links to a range of online services and information.
More programs from Cancer Council
transport2treatment (t2t) is a free service for patients who otherwise could not get to cancer treatment provided by Cancer Council Tasmania.
Cancer Council Support groups provide a safe place for people affected by cancer to come together, develop friendships, share ideas and thoughts in a non-judgemental environment.
Cancer Support Centres
Cancer Council trained staff and volunteers are available to assist members of the public with any enquiry or support need relating to cancer which can be made over the phone or by simply dropping in – no appointment is necessary.