We are here to support people with cancer and their whanau in the Greater Wellington area, including Kāpiti. We are part of the Wellington Division of the Cancer Society.
Wellington, including Kāpiti, Wairarapa, Nelson-Tasman and Marlborough Level 2 information
Wellington is now at Alert Level 2. We want you to know we are still here to provide information and support. Under Alert Level 2:
Margaret Stewart House
- The Cancer Society’s Margaret Stewart House remains open for people who need to travel for treatment at Wellington Hospital.
- Strict infection control measures and contact tracing.
- Masks should be worn in communal areas
Daffodil House and Daffodil Lodge maintaining full accommodation services with restrictions on visitors and use of shared lounges.
The shuttle will recommence on Monday 13th September with a limit of 4 patients.
Wellington driving services
- Transport to treatment is still available, with precautions in place.
- Our supportive care nurses are available to provide support either at our office (open from Thursday 8th September, 9:30am - 4:00pm) or over the phone and via email.
If you have cold or flu symptoms or have visited a location of interest in the last 14 days, do not enter our office and ring 0800 CANCER (226 237) to reschedule your appointment.
Please wear a face covering when entering our office and maintain social distancing where possible.
- Face-to-face support groups and programmes are currently suspended. We will contact you to reschedule or organise an alternate support option.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call 0800 CANCER (226 237), or email our nurses, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support groups and workshops
Our support groups mean people can get together to share their individual experiences and gain support from others
Transport to treatment
We have a dedicated team of volunteers who can help you get to your hospital appointments
Support groups and workshops in Greater Wellington
We offer a variety of support groups for people with cancer, their whānau/family and friends
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Free parking across from Wellington Hospital
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CanTalk is our free magazine offered to all those affected by cancer, including family/whānau, friends and anyone interested in reading about cancer survivorship issues.
Our services are available to anyone diagnosed with cancer and their whānau/family and supporters. Please use this form if you would like to use our services or refer someone else to our services.
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