Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust offers unique care and support, designed for and with young people. We fund specialised nurses, youth workers and hospital units in the NHS, so young people have dedicated staff and facilities to support them throughout treatment.
We run events for young people with cancer to help them regain independence and meet other young people going through something similar.
And we provide easy-to-understand information about every aspect of living with cancer as a young person.
Information and support for young people and families affected by cancer is available from the Teenage Cancer Trust website. There’s also advice and resources to help you with things like mental health, nu...
Teenage Cancer Trust Connect is a dedicated online community exclusively for young people going through, or recovering from, cancer.
Through Connect, young people with cancer can connect with a com...
If you’re young and have been through cancer, your voice is vital to Teenage Cancer Trust. Join our Creative & Campaigns Group for the chance to have your voice heard, learn new skills and help us make the...
IAM portal is a handy self-assessment tool that helps you identify and get the support you need in different areas of your life that might be affected by cancer – from diagnosis, through treatment and beyo...
Not all young people with cancer are treated on one of our 28 specialist units. Some choose to have their treatment closer to home, while others may live too far away and be unable to afford travel costs, ...
Teenage Cancer Trust units don’t feel like hospital. They’re specially designed spaces where young people facing cancer can feel at home, meet others their age, welcome family and friends, and get the very...
Our newly updated information guide ‘Your Guide to Cancer’ is now available to download!
This book, which was previously called ‘A Young Person’s Guide to Cancer’ has been written based on what other...