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Here at Care for Cancer we run a number of services that are of help to cancer patients, their families and the bereaved. These services include:

A drop-in centre run by experienced staff and volunteers, always available to answer any queries and as a “listening ear”. We are based in Campsie, Omagh and opening hours are 10.00 am – 4.00pm.

Driving Service

Treatment for cancer can mean many visits to hospital for appointments: to see the Oncologist, Consultant,or for chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

Our Driving Service provides door to door transport for cancer patients who find it difficult or stressful to travel to hospital and is open to anyone who has cancer though children must be accompanied by an adult.

Use of our driving service takes alot of the stress and financial pressure of traveling for the patients and their families. When you use the service, journeys will be pre-booked for you in advance.

Complementary Therapies

Complementary therapies work alongside traditional medicine but do not replace it. The aim of complementary therapy is to bring more balance to the body (homeostasis). Each individual is unique and a holistic approach seeks to treat the person as a whole.

Physical, mental, spiritual and emotional aspects of one’s being are all important in the overall approach to each treatment. Each person is encouraged to take responsibility for their own health, by eating a healthy balanced diet, maintaining a good fluid intake, reducing stress and learning to relax. 

We have three therapists, all specially trained to work with people with cancer. Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Reiki are offered. This service is available to both patients and their carers.

A Bra-Fitting Service

After surgery and treatment for breast cancer some women feel less confident in their body and self-image. Feeling good in your clothes can make a real difference.

We provide a specialist Fitting Service to help women find the right solution in bras and swimwear for them. A wide range of products are available and our staff will help you choose the right garment, in the right size, to suit you. The service is completely free and totally private.

The confidential consultations take place in the Care for Cancer Centre in Omagh, where we stock a range of bras. In exceptional circumstances a home visit can be arranged.

This service is by appointment only, on Mondays. To find out more information contact the Centre on 02882 246599 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Support Groups

Care For Cancer have support groups for those affected by cancer and the bereaved. Many people with cancer have benefited from sharing experiences and getting to know others in a similar situation. If you would like to find out when the next support group is, please contact the Centre on 02882 246599 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Recliner Chairs

Here at Care for Cancer we provide a provision of recliner chairs for the terminally ill. Recliner chairs can provide that little bit of extra comfort and support for patients to relax. All our chairs are full recliners with the rise to stand ability, and are fully electric for easy use.  

An Information Library

At Care for Cancer, we find that understanding a little about your cancer and treatment can make a very big difference, so at the Centre in Campsie, Omagh we have a small Information Library consisting of relevant books and leaflets on differenet cancers and treatments that people can consult or borrow.

Classes & Courses

Our calsses and courses are available for anyone affected by cancer. They give people opportunities to express emotions such as anxiety, stress and depression and provides a time for relaxation which can lead to a greater sense of well-being. Some of the classes and courses include, pottery, print making and yoga.
To find out whats on contact the centre or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for further details.

Social Activities

Social activities and other events are run to support patients, their families and the bereaved.

They include a weekly coffee morning on Wednesdays 10.30am - 12.30pm which is open to everyone.


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