Our strength is
helping you recover yours
So how can we help?
Your Experts in Cancer Support
We’ve been providing support to people affected by cancer for over 30 years. We offer support to people who have a cancer diagnosis or those who are recovering from cancer. In addition we support family members or carers of people affected by cancer.
- Support, Counselling and Complementary Therapies at our dedicated centre.
- Complementary therapies on hospital wards funded via NHS charities.
- Specialist services for Children and Young People including counselling, play therapy and much more.
- Online courses and classes to enable to you benefit from our services in your own home.
To find out more please fill out the form below or call 0114 2784600. We are a self-referral service (you don’t need to be referred by a healthcare professional)
If you are a parent or gaurdian and wish to refer a child for support from our Children & Young People’s service please click the button below and fill our the referral form.
You can also find online resources including short courses to benefit your wellbeing via Cavendish@Home, our online resources hub.
Help us be there for those who need us
Cavendish Cancer Care is funded almost entirely by the generosity of the local public. We are proud to work in an integrated way with our NHS partners to help support patients and their families, but we are not an NHS organisation. We are a local, independent charity, largely reliant on fundraising and donations to keep our doors open.
We could not provide essential support for thousands of people affected by cancer without the generous support of the wider community. Our supporters organise and attend events, take on challenges, give one off or regular donations, run hundreds of miles, remember us in their Wills, pack countless bags and much more to ensure no-one has to face cancer alone. It’s thanks to people like you who mean we can continue to support these families but also grow, develop and reach new people who need our support.
Mum of two Sarah was a fit and healthy marathon runner when she received a shock diagnosis of lung cancer followed by a brain tumour. Cavendish helped Sarah’s young children with therapy sessions.Read more
Karyn self-referred to Cavendish for counselling to help her cope after her diagnosis of cervical cancer. She says her sessions with her counsellor were the only place where she “didn’t need to put a brave face on.”Read more
Paul lost his wife Kathy to lung cancer in 2016. To help manage his grief, he accessed counselling and complementary therapies with us. He says that Cavendish helped him get to a healthy place again.
The Collins-Clark family (Josh's story)
Josh was just four years old when he was diagnosed with leukaemia. Josh, his brother Finley and parents Harriet and Ben all received help from Cavendish and have since completed several fundraising challenges for us!Read more