Nationally available support for young people

Our award-winning, youth-led support is available to anybody aged 11-25 when a close family member is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness – such as cancer. If that’s you, we’d love to chat. Come and join us online.

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Are you at school, college or university?

We’ve got some online resources just for you, from live chat groups with others in your year who understand what you’re going through, to a downloadable pack to help you make informed decisions about leaving home.

Support when your mum has cancer

Living away from home?

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Latest posts

Where we share tips, advice and stories that we hope will help you.
  • Rochelle Bugg shares the things that made getting through significant dates such as Mothers' Day and Christmas that little bit easier when someone at home is ill.

  • Earlier this month we launched a brand new online group to support year 10's and 11's through their GCSEs when a close family member has a life-threatening illness. We were thrilled to see that the BBC have recognised the importance of this type of support and have since announced their own peer-to-peer coaching network called The Mind Set.

  • We have gathered together some expert information and resources to help you work out how to share the facts with your children and to support them to understand what is happening.

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It would be great to hear from you.

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Write to us: Hope Support Services, Unit 8C Alton Business Park, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 5BP

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