Drop In

Our doors are open to you

**Please note that Drop-In is not a Counselling appointment. If you would like to make a counselling appointment, please contact us directly via phone or email.

 

It is always difficult to go through a new door and particularly when it is associated with cancer.

Whether you have been recently diagnosed, or are further along on your journey, our Drop In service is a safe space for a chat with an experienced volunteer or member of staff at ARC. Please note the drop in service is not a therapy appointment with a Counsellor or other practitioner, it as opportunity to share your story with someone trained to listen, and a chance to find out more about what supports ARC can offer you.

We have two options for our Drop In service: face-to-face or remote. Appointments are available from 10am - 4pm in our three centres at Eccles Street, South Circular Road and Herbert Avenue. If you prefer an online chat from the safety of your home, we can arrange a video or telephone call with our virtual drop in service from 2pm - 6pm on Thursdays.

To book in, please choose your suitable method below. We are always at the other end of the line on 01 215 0250 or info@arccancersupport.ie

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Virtual Drop In - We'll come to you!

Face-to Face Drop In - Join us at our centres!

A comforting space

Our centres areas are calm, non-clinical, comfortable environments where you will be able to have a discreet chat with one of our professional staff members or trained volunteers.

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You’re always welcome

Getting in touch with us is an important first step in dealing with any worries and anxieties that you may have. It is the start of a path that will bring solace and peace of mind.

Please phone or email us to have a chat and find out more about the services that are available to you and your family.

  • All of our services are FREE

What we offer

ARC offers a range of complementary therapies free of charge in group classes and workshops.

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Counselling

Counselling for people and their family members to help deal with the fear of a cancer diagnosis.

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Acupuncture

Acupuncture is used to address the side effects of treatment and helps reduce anxiety.

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Manual Lymph Drainage

Manual lymph drainage is a specialised treatment for cancer-related lymphoedema.

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Reflexology

Reflexology is a very gentle therapy that promotes relaxation.

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Open Men's Support Group

Provides an opportunity to give and receive support from others.

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Stress Management

Teaches coping technique that can be put into daily practice to minimise stress.

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Time to Adjust

Following treatment of breast cancer.

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Open Women's Support Group

It provides an opportunity to give and receive support from others.

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Mindfulness

To help manage stress and improve well-being.

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