Support Line and Getting Started
We understand your journey and we’re here to walk alongside you…
No matter where you are in your journey, we understand that taking the first step and reaching out for support is often the hardest part. So many of our clients tell us they wish they had done it sooner, and we promise we’ll make it easy for you when you do get in touch. So call us today on 01 215 0250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us offer you help and support to cope on the road ahead.
When you or a loved one are diagnosed with cancer, everything can seem like a blur. It's normal to feel anxious and uncertain. ARC is here to help and support you and your loved ones through the emotional, physical and practical effects of cancer, and offers support and resources to help you manage them.
During treatment for cancer you may experience different challenges -physical, psychological or emotional. ARC’s Services can help you navigate these challenges, with emotional and psychological support through Counselling, Support Groups or our Peer Outreach services; building resilience and wellbeing through our weekly classes and courses; offering educational support and advice in the form of regular talks and workshops; and complimentary therapies to help manage side effects such as Acupuncture and Reflexology.
ARC also supports you when you are Post-Treatment. We offer survivorship programmes, courses, workshops and wellbeing activities to help set you back on the road to wellbeing and lifestyle recovery in the aftermath of cancer.
So call us today on 01 215 0250 or email email@example.com to get started.
There are many different types of treatments which are unique to each individual. ARC offers a range of services that can help when you are having treatment. For example, one-to-one counselling, reflexology and acupuncture which can help with pain control, nausea and anxiety.
ARC also delivers a number of talks by professionals which can be beneficial during treatments. Topics include fatigue, nutrition or talking to children about cancer.
Many clients come to ARC after treatment. This can be a time when people feel anxious. This can be associated with many different factors, such as uncertainty after being discharged from hospital, fewer scans, going back to work or having to change preconceived future plans.
ARC offers survivorship programmes and one to one therapies that can help with challenges that may come about post-treatment.
All of our services are free of charge
What we offer
ARC offers a range of complementary therapies, one to one and group sessions. All services are free of charge. Please note that touch therapies are currently suspended due to COVID-19.
Manual Lymph Drainage
Time to Adjust
Cancer Thrive & Survive
Our StoriesVIEW OUR STORIES
My cancer diagnosis affected every aspect of my life. My work, my physicality, my home-life, my plans. First, there was...
I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 43. It was a total shock to me as I was feeling completely fit and healthy with...
As a reflexologist working in ARC since 2004, my work and my understanding of reflexology in cancer care have evolved enormously...
My name is Pamela Mc Loughlin and I’m 38 years old. I love running and had just ran the NYC marathon November 2017 so was such a...
I now volunteer one day a week with ARC South Circular Road. Meeting new clients is a key role and the services provided by ARC...