Support services and information for people affected by cancer and their family/whānau.
Beat Bowel Cancer NZ
A nationwide, patient-led organisation providing a variety of support services for people affected by bowel cancer and their families.
Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition
Information about how and where to get support as you undergo treatment for breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Foundation (NZ)
Search for a breast cancer group in your region in their online directory or call the Cancer Society on freephone 0800 226 237 to find a local group.
Breast Cancer Support
Freephone 0800 BreaCanSupport (0800 273 222).
A voluntary organisation in New Zealand run by women who have experienced breast cancer. Provides a range of phone counselling and support groups.
Cancer Society of NZ
Cancer information helpline freephone 0800 226 237, as well as links to find your local Cancer Society.
Child Cancer Foundation (NZ)
Freephone 0800 4 CHILD (0800 4 24453). Aims to reduce the impact of cancer by offering services to ensure children and their families are supported, informed and well cared for on their journey with cancer.
Gynaecological Cancer Foundation (NZGCF)
Informing and educating about gynaecological cancers. Including an online chat forum and contacts.
Phone (09) 630 0828. List of 51 nationwide cancer services – find a hospital/service near you.
Melanoma Foundation of New Zealand
Freephone 0800 4 MELANOMA (0800 463 526). Support and education including melanoma meetings for people affected by melanoma, either personally or through a family member or friend.
National Cervical Screening Programme
Freephone 0800 729 729. Using screening and immunisation to prevent cervical cancer. Available to all women in New Zealand between 20 and 70 years old.
Prostate Cancer Foundation of NZ
Freephone 0800 4 PROSTATE (0800 477 678). List of support groups available nationwide to assist prostate sufferers and their families.
Charitable trust that offers information, advice, support and a range of practical and therapeutic services that will help women with secondary breast cancer lead more positive lives.