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Charis Cancer Care

Charis Cancer Care is a unique cancer care centre, providing a range of holistic and complementary therapies and counselling to individuals affected by cancer- at any stage of their journey. We provide support and services also to families and loved ones of those living with cancer, or any adult bereaved by cancer.

www.chariscancercare.org

Charity

Registered charity no. 101272

Member since December 2021

About us

Providing a home from home setting, with a dedicated professional and caring team offering a range of therapies and services is what makes Charis truly unique. Set in an idyllic location, looking over Lough Fea, clients can come to Charis to escape the worries and stress they may be dealing with. Many clients have described coming to Charis as ‘coming home’, where everyone is welcomed like family.

Our role is to listen and help, providing support from experienced professionals and therapists in a warm and nurturing environment. Our focus is on the whole person, their physical, psychological, and emotional needs. All our services are completely free of charge to clients.

Situated overlooking the serene Lough Fea outside Cookstown, Co. Tyrone, we are conveniently located in the centre of Northern Ireland to offer all our services to adults across the region.

Charis Vision “At Charis, it is our vision that nobody affected by cancer should ever feel alone. We believe that everyone should have ease of access to support services, from complementary therapies to counselling and support groups, and that this should be provided with warmth, compassion and understanding.”

Charis Mission Statement “To provide person-centred care for everyone affected by cancer, through personal diagnosis, family diagnosis or bereavement. Our service will be delivered through an individualised, free of charge programme offering complementary therapies and psychological support. At all times, the service will seek to work collaboratively with mainstream healthcare and other care partners, providing a holistic, supportive and empathetic resource.”