Whether this is your first diagnosis or you have been fighting cancer for years, you will have many questions about your illness, its treatment and what it means for your future and that of your family.

We are here to help you, over the weeks, months and years to come we will be by your side. What help can you expect from us?


To start with, we would like to meet with you and/or your family to discuss what you need and how we can help. If you would like to arrange the meeting online, please select a time that's good for you clicking on the link below.

Book an meeting with us

If you prefer to meet in person you can book an appointment in one of our Drop In Centres,  or you can EMAIL US or 

Contact us on WhatsApp 


After your initial meeting, we will be able to offer different services, personalised to you and your needs.

These may include:

  • Counselling
  • Nutritional advice
  • Translations at medical consultations
  • Help making/changing appointments
  • Help with paperwork
  • A buddy
  • Home visits
  • Practical help, etc.
  • Knitted knockers
  • Scarves, bandannas, wigs

Before we can offer any of these services, we will need you to fill in a Patient Service Agreement, you can download one below, please read all the instructions carefully and once you have filled it in and signed it send it back to us by email. If you have trouble filling the form out, we can arrange for a volunteer to help you with this.

Patient Service Agreement


Cancer does not only affect a person's health, it generally has a financial impact too. Depending on your personal circumstances we may be able to help you claim some benefits in Spain. 

If you are from the UK, Kim Clarke from UK benefits in Spain can help you find out what you are eligible for. You can contact him through his WEBSITE


If you are unhappy with your treatment, or you would like to explore other options, or clinical trials available to you, you may find help with My Tomorrows or MatchTrial


When diagnosed with terminal cancer we have to make some hard decisions, and it is important to make sure that loved ones know what these decisions are.

Based on our experience in Mallorca and with different patients we have elaborated an End Of Life document. This will help you and your family, guiding you through some of the tougher decisions and helping you put these in writing for future reference.

You can download the document below.

We have also recently had a book published called My Last Wishes, that will help you record all the details that your loved ones will need. This book is available for free to all CSG patients.

EOL- Plan Ahead

And remember to check out our Wellness offers aimed at helping you relax and feel better in yourself, these include massages, yoga, micro blading your eyebrows if you are going to have chemo and many other offers. 

Those in the local community have offered these to our members as they realise that small things like this can make a big difference, so please don't hesitate to book your slot.

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