Over half a million people in the UK are now living with breast cancer and this figure is expected to double by 2030.
The good news is that earlier diagnoses, better research and more effective clinical treatments, mean that survival rates are improving.
But that also means that more people are living with the disease and its effects longer.
Everyone who is affected by breast cancer needs some additional support to get them through it.
You may have recently been diagnosed, or completed your treatment, or you may be a relative or close friend of someone who has breast cancer. Whatever your situation, The Haven is here to help you.
Our support and care is free
Our free service offers a wide range of emotional, physical and practical support which includes over 40 complementary therapies, counselling, nutritional advice, exercise classes, financial advice and support groups.
We also run a range of courses and seminars.
Everyone is welcome at any of our centres and there is no need for a referral.
How to access the free programme
There are two easy ways for you to access our free Haven programme either by booking an individual appointment with one of our specialist nurses or senior therapists, or by coming to one of our Haven Introduction Days. You can just ring us to make an appointment.
Find out more about our services.