If you would like to talk to someone by phone, our helpline offers information and support to anyone affected by lymphoma. The helpline is confidential and caller-led- you can call us without giving your name, and you decide what you’d like to talk about. We don’t give advice and we don’t tell you what to do. It is your call and we’re here to listen and support you.
If you would prefer to speak to us in a language other than English, we use Language Line so that you can speak to us in another language.
Our helpline number is freephone 0808 808 5555, and is open from 10am to 3pm, Monday to Friday. This is a freephone number from a landline. Please note that call charges from a mobile may vary. Read our helpline confidentiality policy.
If you would like to get in touch with us by email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org If you’d like a more urgent reply, you can contact us through our freephone helpline or by Live Chat.
Peer support: our support groups and buddy service
Sometimes it can help to talk to someone who has been through a similar experience, to share your questions and talk through how you are feeling. Our peer support services can put you in contact with others.
Our support groups run throughout the country, and meet regularly. Each group offers a supportive environment to learn about managing the condition and to share experiences. Find our more about our support groups.
If you would like to connect one-to-one with someone who has been through a similar experience to you, our buddy service may be for you. By taking a few details from you, we can try and link you with one of our buddies, so you can chat to them on the phone or by email. Our buddy service is available to anyone aged 18 or over. Find out more about our buddy service.
Our helpline is a member of the Helplines Partnership