How we can help

You aren't alone. Whether you've been diagnosed with cancer or know someone who has been, we have a variety of practical and emotional services to help you along the way.

Talk to a survivor

Ask a question

Find local support

Coping with and after cancer treatment

We'll help you to deal with life during and after treatment, including:

Find counselling

How to talk to loved ones

Manage side effects

Life after treatment

We have two dedicated transport programmes: our Volunteer Driver Service, where trained drivers can give you a lift to your treatment, and Travel2Care, which helps with the costs of transport. 

Volunteer Driver Service

Travel2Care


Learn more about our Night Nurses who provide end-of-life, in-home care for patients at the end of their cancer journeys.

More information


Find out more about managing money and dealing with practical matters during your cancer journey.

Managing money

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Looking to talk to someone who's been there?

Receive one-on-one emotional and practical support from someone who has already dealt with a cancer diagnosis themselves.

Learn more


If your child or teenager has been diagnosed with cancer, we can provide the information you need, whether you're making a decision about treatment, looking for support or need to understand the basics.

More information


Understanding the needs of an employee with cancer and effectively managing the work-related challenges they face can benefit both the employee and the organisation as a whole. 

Learn more

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Talk to a cancer nurse

Call our Cancer Nurseline freefone
1 800 200 700

Confidential advice, support and information
Mon-Fri 9 am - 5 pm

Email us

Talk to others

Chat with our cancer nurses or other people living with cancer in our online community.

Online community

In-person support

Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centres provide in-person, one-on-one cancer information, support and advice in local hospitals across Ireland.

Find a Daffodil Centre