Established in 1983, Paul’s Cancer Support Centre is a registered charity that helps people who have been affected by cancer, their families and anyone who support them.
The Centre is based less than 10 minutes’ walk from Clapham Junction station in south London. We offer a warm and welcoming environment, in which each person is regarded as an individual with their own unique response to the changes brought about by a life-threatening illness.
The Centre’s services are open to people over 18 from all parts of the community, regardless of their background, gender, faith or sexual orientation. The Centre’s premises are accessible by people with disabilities.
Our services can help to:
•reduce levels of stress and trauma
•create a sense of well-being
•improve self-esteem and self-confidence
•reduce feelings of loneliness
•increase people’s sense of control and influence
•raise energy levels.