The Macmillan Centre provides a safe and welcoming environment for people affected by cancer. Its services for people with cancer, their families, friends and carers include: access to support; an opportunity to talk; accurate, comprehensive and appropriate information; directions to other sources of information and support; help with practical matters; complementary therapies; benefits advice; counselling and a wig service. We provide a relaxed, friendly and confidential environment, our staff and volunteers are here to help, so please drop in and see us!
Macmillan Information Centre
Who to contact
- 023 8120 6037
- Macmillan Information Centre website
The centre also provides a focus for support groups, the 'Learning to Live with Cancer' programme and 'Look Good, Feel Better' sessions. The centre's facilities include a main drop-in lounge where users can get information and relax; a library, with a comprehensive information collection and Internet access; a quiet room for privacy and/or counselling; two rooms for complementary therapy; a group activities room for meetings, relaxation and yoga sessions.
Where to go
Southampton General Hospital
- SO16 6YD
- Children's Centre Areas
- Coxford Shirley Warren Lordshill
- Age Ranges
- From 0 years 0 months to 99 years 0 months
- Referral Details
The service is available to all people affected by cancer on a self-referral basis. You can contact or drop in to the centre during opening hours.
- Any Other Notes
We offer appointments for complementary therapies, benefits advice, counselling and the wig fitting service. It is open between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday on a drop-in basis. Facilities are available to professionals, self-help groups, and voluntary and community bodies outside core opening hours.