Peer support for advanced/metastatic cancer

staff and volunteers having tea in the resource centre

Our Peer Support Volunteers have all experienced cancer and some volunteers are living with advanced/metastatic disease.

All of our volunteers will listen and give you time and space to talk through how you are feeling. Many women find this helps them to look after their wellbeing, maintain hope and manage the uncertainty of living with an advanced/metastatic cancer diagnosis.

Counterpart Peer Support Volunteers can also help you to find reliable information or direct you to services that provide practical help, medical advice or support.

Please note, we are a Victorian service and can provide peer support to women living or being treated in Victoria.

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What is peer support?

Pam's thoughts on peer support after an advanced/metastatic diagnosis

How can I speak with a peer support volunteer?

Information resources for women living with advanced/metastatic cancer.

Events for women living with advanced/metastatic cancer.