Australian Organisation for Young People Living with Cancer

Acronym: 
CanTeen

CanTeen is an Australian peer support network for young people living with cancer. It began in Sydney, and now has Members and branches throughout Australia.CanTeen aims to support, develop, and empower all young people living with cancer. It does this by providing a high quality, Australia wide peer support network of young people with cancer, their similarly aged brothers and sisters and offspring (those with a parent or primary carer living with cancer). These young people share experiences, have fun, offer resources, and promote understanding, wellbeing and leadership. Please ring direct for more information.

Contact
Contact name: 
Veronica Colvin
National Media & Communications Manager
Phone 1: 
(02) 9262 1022 (has answe
Fax: 
(02) 9299 6322
Address
Postal Address: 
PO Box 3821
SYDNEY
2001
Access
Opening hours: 
No details on hours
Activities: 
Peer to peer support activites
Service details
Fees: 
Free of charge
Clients: 
Young people (aged 12 - 24 years) living with cancer including patients, their siblings and offspring
Funding: 
A non government organisation funded by donations and fundraising
Publications: 
Link, Tears of Joy, Been There Done That
Resources: 
Information, educational courses, activity programs

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