We are here to support people with cancer and their whānau in the Auckland/Northland region. Below you can find Auckland/Northland services under the COVID-19 Protection Framework.
Is hereby given that the ninety-second Annual General Meeting of the Cancer Society of New Zealand Auckland Northland Division Incorporated will be held at 10am on Monday 17 October 2022 in the Ted & Mollie Carr Memorial Hall at Domain Lodge, 1 Boyle Crescent, Grafton, Auckland.
Referral form for services
Our services are available to anyone diagnosed with cancer, family/whānau. Please use this form if you would like to use our services or refer someone else to our services.
If you or a member of your whānau have received a cancer diagnosis, you can just ring us on 0800 226 237. You don't need to be referred by a health professional.
Auckland/Northland - referral form for health professionals
Cancer Society offices in Northland and Auckland are open. Face to face support and support group meetings will recommence in the coming months. Domain Lodge is open, all patients and whānau will receive a pack of 5 RAT (Rapid Antigen Tests) on arrival to use if feeling unwell.
Domain Lodge in Auckland continues to remain operational to provide accommodation for booked patients and whānau. Patients and whānau will be provided a pack of 5 RAT’s (Rapid Antigen Test) on arrival to use if feel unwell. For further details please contact Domain Lodge directly on 09 308 0160. Masks are to be worn in all shared and open spaces within Domain Lodge. Visitors are allowed.
Volunteer driving service continued to work with the hospital to support transport to treatment. We still request that you ask whānau and friends to assist with transport to appointments and treatment where possible.
Community nursing and psychology appointments will continue with face to face appointments. Masks will be worn on request of the patient / whānau. If you are feeling unwell please let the Cancer Society team know prior to a face to face appointment.
Northland office is open and services are continuing as normal.
Daffodil House is open. Patients and whānau can drop in, we encourage mask use. Support groups and groups using Daffodil House continue as normal.
Volunteer driving service is running. We still request that you ask whānau and friends to assist with transport to appointments and treatment where possible.
Supportive care visits and counselling are back to face to face appointments. Masks will be worn on request of the patient / whānau. If you are feeling unwell please let the Cancer Society team know prior to a face to face appointment.
Providing baking/morning tea at Domain Lodge
Thank you for providing the gift of food for cancer patients at Domain Lodge.
Your generosity is much appreciated by the families and whānau who stay here. To ensure we keep everyone safe, please use the following guidelines:
You can help make sure no one faces cancer alone
Sheree was diagnosed with breast cancer and then lost her husband. Cancer Society nurse Catherine was there to help.