Cancer Support Yorkshire

We can help with practical issues like information, transport and welfare rights advice. We also provide emotional support by offering counselling, complementary therapies and a range of classes, courses and support groups.

If you or someone close to you has recently received a cancer diagnosis, we can help.

When you first contact us we will complete a referral for you, we will chat with you about your needs and together we will agree which support is right for you. We will then discuss with you what to expect next.

You can contact us direct without going through a healthcare professional; all of our services are free to access.

Communities Supported:
Funded By: Public Health, Self funded, Bradford City, Bradford Districts & AWC CCGs
Languages: Urdu, Punjabi, Pushto, Gujurati
Opening hours: Weekdays (excluding public holidays) 9am - 5pm
Operate out of hours?: No
Wards where service provided: Craven (Steeton, Silsden and Addingham), Keighley Central, Keighley East, Keighley West, Worth Valley (Oakworth, Stanbury, Oldfield, Haworth, Lees, Crossroads and Oxenhope), Wharfedale (Burley in Wharfedale and Menston), Ilkley, Addingham, North Craven 1 (Settle), North Craven 2 (Bentham), Skipton and district (inc Grassington and Upper Wharfedale), South Craven (Crosshills), Bowling & Barkerend, Bradford Moor, City, Manningham, Toller, Baildon, Bingley, Bingley rural (Harden, Wilsden, Cottingley, Cullingworth and Denholme), Bolton and Undercliffe, Clayton and Fairweather, Eccleshill, Great Horton, Heaton, Idle and Thackley, Little Horton, Queensbury, Royds and Wibsey, Shipley, Thornton and Allerton, Tong, Windhill & Wrose, Wyke

Daisy House Farm,
44 Smith Lane,
Bradford
BD9 6DA

Phone Number: 01274 776555