Right Support Tailored To Your Current Needs

All our services are tailored to the needs of the individual. Find what you are looking for here or contact us with any questions or doubts, no matter how small.

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Our services are in English and we welcome any and all nationalities. We have a range of support options available both online and in person in Geneva, Vaud and Zurich. Our Cancer Support Centre in Geneva, with trained volunteers and an information library, welcomes visitors and provides a friendly and confidential space where they can find support.

Thanks to the generous and much-appreciated support of our donors, we offer support that is year-round, free of charge, and accessible to everyone.

Our services

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A 4-week programme designed for anyone who has lost a loved one to cancer.
Groups are made up of a small number of people who have recently lost a loved one. They meet with one of our counsellors who lead them in finding their own way through their loss.
Centered on understanding the intricate process of grief and adapting to life without a loved one, the workshop provides attendees with essential insights and strategies.
Visit our Drop-In Centre to learn more about the services we offer, as well as take advantage of our resource library and lists of community resources and complementary therapists.
Gentle gardening can help improve physical and mental well-being. Join this friendly group of amateur gardeners who love to get together to tend the garden and socialise.
Check out our cancer-related podcast recommendations.
Support group in Lausanne for anyone who's been touched by cancer.
Visit our Drop-In to learn more about the services we offer and meet our trained Peer Supporters for tea, cake and a chat.
Our library is available for all patients, carers, volunteers, peer supporters, counsellors, therapists and more. We have many books on diagnosis, treatment, and coping with cancer as well as Macmillan brochures.
Reliable and up-to-date cancer information websites for patients, families and carers
Our trained and supervised peer supporters, who have first-hand experience with cancer, can help in many ways: providing transportation, shopping for groceries, making a home visit or simply being there to listen.
Support group in Geneva for teens who have a family member undergoing cancer treatment. We are here to listen, talk, support and hopefully make it easier to cope.