Old Perth Road
If you or someone close to you has been diagnosed with cancer, support is just around the corner at your local Maggie's Centre in Inverness, the Highlands. The experienced team provide emotional, practical and social support to people with cancer and their families and friends. For local charities in The Highlands support Maggies.
On the grounds of Raigmore Hospital, Inverness
Maggie’s Highlands is a place providing emotional, practical and social support for people with cancer and their family and friends. The professional experts who work at Maggie’s will guide you through the support you need at any stage of your cancer diagnosis.
You are always welcome at Maggie’s Highlands – drop in at any time where you’ll always be greeted with a cup of tea.
Maggie’s Highlands is part of the Maggie’s Centres network of 15 Centres around the UK. The model of cancer support follows the ideas about cancer care originally laid out by co-founder, Maggie Keswick Jencks. The Centre was designed by Page & Park and the surrounding landscape by Maggie’s husband, Charles Jencks.
Inside are warm and welcoming spaces that are a refuge from the stress of the hospital; a place where you can be with people who understand what you’re going through or simply be alone with your thoughts.
Our cancer support programme includes:
Cancer networking groups
Where Now? courses
Relaxation and visualisation
Visit the website to see what is on – for people having cancer treatment, their family and friends.
Supporting Maggie's Highlands
If you are looking to support a local registered charitable organisation in the Highlands, why not support Maggie's Highlands - they welcome as little or as much as you can give whether that is through volunteering, donations or fundraising.
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