The Irish Cancer Society,
43/45 Northumberland Road, Dublin 4.
The Irish Cancer Society can help people:
Concerned about Cancer
Diagnosed with Cancer
Caring for Someone with Cancer.
For free advice, support and information, just phone and talk to a specialist cancer support nurse in confidence. A referral is not necessary.
Freefone: 1800 200 700.
Monday to Thursday 9am to 7pm.
Friday 9am to 5pm.
The Gary Kelly Cancer Support Centre,
Georges St, Drogheda.
Telephone: 041 980 5100
Just drop in for a chat and a “cuppa” and find out more about the Centre
Who can attend?
People Diagnosed with Cancer
Family Members and Friends who Support a Person Living With Cancer
Health Care Professionals (Nurses etc)
Carrickmacross Cancer Society will pay for taxi service for counselling sessions or general visits to the Gary Kelly Cancer Support Centre, in Drogheda. Please contact Carrickmacross Cancer Society@ +353 42 9661904 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange this service.
A Referral is not necessary and all services are free of charge.
Monday to Thursday 10 am to 4.30pm
Friday 10 am to 3.30pm
19 The Grange, Plantation Walk
Crocus is a Peer Support Group for those living with a cancer diagnosis who are at different stages of their journey.
They are all there as equals in the group to support each other and our families, share experiences, offer advice and help out if they can.
Whether you are newly diagnosed or managing your cancer for some time, they are there to offer you the support you need.
Don’t hesitate to ask.