Two women sitting at a round table talking to each other in the Counterpart Resource Centre.

Our previous post Five reasons to call a Peer Support Volunteer  highlighted the importance and benefits of talking to someone who understands your diagnosis but there are also a number of reasons to become a Peer Support Volunteer too! Places for our 2021 volunteer intake are open now.  Read below for insights into volunteering and

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It can be daunting to pick up the phone and talk to a stranger, but if you have experienced breast or a gynaecological cancer, calling Counterpart can be rewarding.   1. Sometimes you need someone who understands Everyone’s experience is different but talking to someone else who has been through a cancer diagnosis can help.

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