How our remote services have helped during the coronavirus pandemic

We’ve released our latest figures to show our remote services have helped people living with cancer in Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight since the coronavirus pandemic forced us to temporarily close our support centres on 23rd March.


  • Provided 2,500 support sessions
  • Taken 1200 calls to our helpline
  • Provided over 500 counselling sessions
  • Delivered 129 distance therapy sessions
  • Made 11 support videos which have had over 2,000 views
  • Welcomed over 200 people to our closed Facebook support group

As life starts to return to normal, we know it might still be a really anxious time for you if you have cancer. Please don’t wait, hoping things will get better, or feel guilty about asking for support.

Covid Support numbers

If you’re struggling, please don’t wait hoping things will get easier or for guilty asking for help. That’s what we’re here for.

Remote cancer support