We are here to support people with cancer and their whānau. We are part of the Otago and Southland Division of the Cancer Society.
COVID-19 Alert Level 2 Information: Otago & Southland
We are accepting residents into Daffodil House at 283 Great King Street Dunedin, but are still required to limit numbers so that each room has a dedicated bathroom.
If you require assistance in finding accommodation for treatment in Dunedin or Invercargill, please contact your local Supportive Care team member for assistance or email email@example.com
Driving services to treatment are operating under strict infection control (all occupants of the vehicle are required to wear a mask and one passenger per car seated in the back seat). For more information, please call the Driving Service Coordinator on 021 241 9660.
Support groups are suspended until further notice.
Offered through external providers. Please contact your local Supportive Care team member for assistance or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As we continue to provide services, we also continue to appreciate help from volunteers. If you are interested in helping, please contact email@example.com
Supportive Care Community Cancer Support
Our services are available to anyone diagnosed with cancer and their family / whānau. We’re here to help, so please make contact so we can discuss what is right for you and your whānau.
Please get in touch today if you would like support by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling:
- Dunedin and Coastal Otago: 03 477 7447
- Southland: 03 218 4108
- Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes District: 03 442 4281
Please use this form if you would like to refer yourself or someone else to our services.
Contact Supportive Care
You can make contact with our supportive care team by emailing email@example.com
What we did across Otago and Southland last year
Annual Report 2021
What did your support help us achieve? Your time, energy, money and services helped us towards achieving our mission of improving community wellbeing by reducing the incidence and impact of cancer.