Cancer Support France
Bouches-du-Rhône (13) • Gard (30) • Vaucluse (84) • Var (83)
“You need never face cancer alone”
For English-speaking people touched by cancer living in France, whatever their country of origin. Our teams of volunteers are here to offer emotional support, linguistic and practical help to cancer patients and their families.
CSF Provence Gard is conscious that many English Speaking People may be feeling worried or isolated during this crisis, If you need us, our Active Listeners are here for you. You do not have to be touched by cancer or any specific illness, we can give you support whatever your circumstances.or concerns. If you would appreciate someone to l talk to and to listen to your worries. please do call our helpline on 04 66 81 18 58. We will call you back as soon as possible.
If you have information about the local situation you think may be useful to others please let us know. We have set up a dedicated email address for this: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will share this information on this website and in our bulletins, which we plan to send out to all CSFPG members at frequent intervals during the crisis.
To support you further we have dedicated our News and Events page to provide all the latest advice, information and feedback from members. To view this page, click News and Events above
Helpline 04 66 81 18 58
Have you or someone you love been diagnosed with cancer?
Being diagnosed with cancer turns your world upside down. It is devastating enough getting through all the problems and challenges cancer brings – but living in another country means trying to manage your illness and treatment in a foreign language.
We are here to help
Our teams of highly-trained Active Listeners – many of them bilingual – are here to support you. We are with you every step of the way – for as long as you need us. All our services are free of charge and confidential.
“….. in desperation I called the Helpline and spoke to a wonder volunteer who helped us through the many treatments – Portacath insertion, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and who accompanied us to meetings with consultants. We will never be able to thank this organisation and its volunteers for the help and, very importantly, support which they gave us during the worst experience of our lives.”Helen