Irish Cancer Society is Irelands National Cancer Charity who creates awareness, provide information, fund research and lobby the Government in relation to issues about cancer. Castleblayney Cancer Society support The Irish Cancer Society on Daffodil Day when funds raised are used to provide support and help cancer patients in their own home.
To speak to a specialist cancer nurse Freephone the National Cancer Helpline on 1800 200 700
Mon - Thurs 9am-7pm Fri 9am-5pm
People with cancer in Castleblayney are facilitated to attend the Gary Kelly Centre in Drogheda if required.
The Irish Hospice Foundation is a National Charity dedicated to all matters relating to dying, death and bereavement.
Crocus is a Peer Support Group for those living with different stages of a cancer diagnosis. They offer understanding, support and confidentiality in a caring and nurturing environment.
Meet every Thursday from 10.30am - 1pm in the Crocus Centre.
A wide range of complimentary therapies and support programmes are available at various times throughout the year.
The Palliative Care Services provides physical, emotional, social and spiritual care for people who require their services.
Contact the citizens advice bureau for information on benefits available.