Having cancer is tough, but it doesn't have to be lonely. We'll bring you together with others in their teens and early 20's who get what you're going through. People like Sarah, who shares her experiences with you below:
Life may feel different now, but we’re here to help you live it in the best possible way through our regular activities and events.
Taking place face to face and digitally, you’ll be able to make new friends, learn new skills and embrace new challenges, alongside others living with and beyond cancer. We'll help you to take positive steps towards living the life you want to, without the 'c' word holding you back.
We know the effects of a diagnosis can be long-lasting, which is why our support is too. Whether you’re coming to terms with a recent diagnosis, or years into remission, we’ll be here whenever you need us and for however long you need us for.
You just need to register with us first, then you can start signing up to our activities and events straightaway!
We look forward to meeting you!
Teens Unite has officially entered a service collaboration with Young Lives vs Cancer (formerly CLIC Sargent) to ensure more young people have access to the vital support they need throughout their fight with cancer.
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