We are here to support people with cancer and their whānau in the Auckland/Northland region.
Auckland/Northland Level 3/2 information
Auckland Level 3
Cancer Society offices in Auckland remain closed. Face to face support group meetings are cancelled.
If you are travelling to Auckland for treatment you should allow extra time and ensure you have appointment details on hand to cross the border.
- Domain Lodge in Auckland will remain operational to provide accommodation for all booked patients and support whānau during all COVID restriction levels, as an essential service.
- No visitors will be permitted during restriction level 3.
- Masks are to be worn in all shared and open spaces within Domain Lodge.
Driving services in Auckland
There is no volunteer driving service. We recommend you check with friends and whānau/family first to see if they can get you to your appointments.
We are coordinating with the hospital to organise transport for those people who have no alternatives.
Community Nursing & Psychology appointments - Auckland
- Community nursing and psychology appointments will be conducted by phone/remotely; all face to face appointments suspended until further notice.
Northland Level 2
- Driving services will recommence next week (Monday 13th September) with some restrictions - only one patient per car and both the driver and the patient and the driver must wear masks. Vehicles will be thoroughly cleaned after each trip.
Supportive care visits
- Can be offered remotely. If urgent, face to face visits require masks and social distancing.
Support groups and groups using Daffodil House
- Cancelled until we drop to Level 1
- Please be aware that staff may still be working from home. They can only work in Daffodil House if an office is available. Masks must be wore in shared spaces at all times
- Can only come to Daffodil House if they can work in a separate office. Volunteers must be vaccinated. Masks must be worn in shared spaces.
- If volunteers are assisting with fundraising activities in the community such as collecting Daffodil Day boxes they must scan into locations, wear masks and maintain social distancing.
- Yellow Shirts are on hold to Level 1 and all must be vaccinated.
As well as our staff in Auckland, we also have a centre in Whangārei with services from Kaiwaka to Cape Reinga.
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
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