Cancer Care Services Link


Australian Cancer Surviorship Centre

The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre, a Richard Pratt Legacy is a peak body for supporting and enabling excellent survivorship care. Our vision is to optimise the health and wellbeing of cancer survivors and their carers. ACSC is focused primarily on the post-treatment phase of survivorship, but operates with the understanding that survivorship begins at the point of diagnosis and spans across the entire cancer journey.


Phone: (03) 9656 5207      

Cancer Australia

Cancer Learning - Survivorship

An online learning module for health professionals working with cancer survivors. It provides evidence-based practical tools, tips, resources and learning activities. The online learning module was developed by the Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre in collaboration with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Cancer Australia, University of Sydney, Queensland University of Technology, and national survivorship experts.  

Cancer Council - Healthy Living after Cancer

Healthy living after cancer. Getting back to a healthy lifestyle after cancer is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Cancer Council's Healthy Living after Cancer program offers free health coaching over the phone, with experienced cancer nurses. The program can help you get active, eat better and feel better, so that you can do more of the things that are important to you.

Phone: 13 11 20      

Cancer Council - Survivors' guide

Cancer Council have created two information booklets for people who've finished active treatment for cancer, such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy. They're about the emotional, physical, practical and social challenges that you may face now treatment is over. These challenges will vary depending on the type of cancer you were diagnosed with and the treatment you received.

Phone: 13 11 20      

Journey Forward

Journey Forward was developed in response to the 2005 IOM report 'From Cancer Patient to Cancer Survivor: Lost in Transition', which stated that every cancer survivor should receive a Survivorship Care Plan after treatment. Our early research confirmed the benefits to patients and healthcare professionals. So, we set about developing concrete solutions for the problems cancer survivors and their healthcare providers face. The result was an adaptable, complimentary suite of survivorship care planning tools that are setting a new standard in survivorship care.

Peter Mac Cancer Centre

The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre provides a range of information to assist people with cancer, their families and carers living with and beyond a cancer diagnosis in coping with the physical, emotional and social impacts a cancer diagnosis can bring is provided. Cancer information is developed in partnership with the Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre - a Richard Pratt Legacy and sourced from other trusted organisations and agencies.

Phone: (03) 9656 1111      

Peter Mac OnTrac

ONTrac at Peter Mac has a broad range of psychosocial support staff accessible to young people, their parents, partners and peers. There are psychologists, social workers and family counsellors, music & art therapists. They provide a range of services including survivorship support.

Phone: (03) 9656 1744      

The Warwick Cancer Foundation

Our programs are based on the concept of well being and are about the whole person; not just the treatment of cancer. Our work is underpinned by a social model of health where we believe in not just the absence of cancer but a return to wellness for young adults that takes into account their physical, social and mental well being.

Phone: 0429 728 960      
For information and support, call a cancer nurse on 13 11 20. To use an interpreter call 13 14 50. You can also email or visit
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