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136 Lockyer Avenue, Albany, Western Australia, Australia

Support and therapy for adults with communication difficulties.

Bindoon, WA, 6502, Australia

Provides a safe place for those affected by cancer to share experiences and feelings, support each other and obtain information to learn coping skills and improve wellbeing.

62 Forrest Avenue Bunbury 6230

Provides a safe environment to those with similar chronic illness. Aims to reduce the impact and incidence of cancer. Provides an opportunity to express issues and be heard. Provides evidence based tips and opportunities.

62 Forrest Avenue Bunbury 6230

Provides a safe environment to those with similar chronic illness. Aims to reduce the impact and incidence of cancer. Provides an opportunity to express issues and be heard. Provides evidence based tips and opportunities.

SJOG Hospital, Conference Room 1, Ground Floor, Cnr Bussell Highway & Robertson Drive, Bunbury, Western Australia, Australia

Provides people living with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and related blood disorders and their families and friends support through informal support network settings.

Busselton 6280

Provides information and emotional support to people affected by cancer. This includes those who are recently diagnosed, going through treatment, and for up to five years following an initial cancer diagnosis.

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Cancer Council Western Australia works to reduce the incidence and impact of cancer, through advocacy, research, education and providing people affected by cancer with support to enhance their quality of life. Cancer Council WA offers support programs and services for people affected by cancer that can be accessed by calling 131120. CCWA facilitated Cancer Support Groups and also external cancer support groups operated by other organisations that come under the CCWA umbrella are all listed on the Cancer Council WA website.

Western Australia, Australia

A free service for people living with cancer. Provides information on diagnosis and treatment, links with other services, assistance through the health care system and coordinates appointments.

A free service for people living with cancer. Provides information on diagnosis and treatment, links with other services, assistance through the health care system and coordinates appointments.

A free service for people living with cancer. Provides information on diagnosis and treatment, links with other services, assistance through the health care system and coordinates appointments.

A free service for people living with cancer. Provides information on diagnosis and treatment, links with other services, assistance through the health care system and coordinates appointments.

A free service for people living with cancer. Provides information on diagnosis and treatment, links with other services, assistance through the health care system and coordinates appointments.

A free service for people living with cancer. Provides information on diagnosis and treatment, links with other services, assistance through the health care system and coordinates appointments.

A free service for people living with cancer. Provides information on diagnosis and treatment, links with other services, assistance through the health care system and coordinates appointments.

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156 Wittenoom Street, East Perth, WA, 6004, Australia

An Indigenous Cancer Support Group that offers a culturally friendly environment for those diagnosed with cancer to meet with other Aboriginal people and carers going through a similar experience. Includes art therapy sessions, friendly yarnings, access to a counsellor, guest speakers, complimentary therapies and health assessments.

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Town Square Community Hall, 5 Barber Street, Kalamunda WA, Australia

Kalamunda Prostate Cancer Support Group is affiliated with the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia and holds its meetings to enable daytime attendance by members from the Perth Hills and surrounding areas at a location which also provides access to major shopping and service facilities.

The objectives of the Kalamunda Prostate Cancer Support Group are:

  • to meet the needs of members though providing support, reliable information and guidance,
  • to enable members to discuss or share individual experiences, and
  • to promote awareness of prostate cancer and the objectives of the Group to the community.

 

Membership is open to all individuals impacted by prostate cancer – including those currently undergoing diagnosis or treatment, survivors, wives or partners, and supporters.

As well as our regular meetings, we may arrange special activities for the group or within the local community. For details of events, please email or phone one of the group contacts.

Meetings are held at Town Square Hall Barber Street, Kalamunda WA on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am, except December.

Kalgoorlie 6430

Support Group meetings for people affected by cancer to share experience, learn from and connect with others.

5 Kimberley Street, West Leederville Western Australia, Australia

Kids Cancer Support Group (KCSG) is a not for profit organisation that is dedicated to connecting, supporting, and enriching the lives of kids diagnosed with cancer and other blood disorders at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) in Perth, Western Australia. This is all-encompassing support ensuring we include the whole family.

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Provides support for people who have been diagnosed with cancer in the last two years and their carers. Life Now Exercise is a 12 week program, facilitated by an exercise physiologist and tailor-made for people affected by cancer.

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LIFE c/-Institute for Respiratory Health, Harry Perkins building Level 2 (Lab) 6 Verdun St, Nedlands WA 6009, Australia

Provides support; information and fellowship to people with lung disease; their carers and supporters, helping those with lung disease live as active and healthy life for as long as possible.

Online informative meetings available.

Harry Perkins building Level 2 (Lab). 1st Wednesday of the month, 12:00 – 2:30 PM

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