Finding out you have prostate cancer, or living with prostate cancer can change your life. Whether it’s talking through being diagnosed with prostate cancer, chatting about your treatment options, speaking about your symptoms and side effects or the impact it’s had on your life, our service is here to help. We offer appointments and the opportunity to talk with support specialists who have specialist knowledge of prostate cancer.
Our Cancer Support Specialists are available to listen, support and guide you. The service is free and you can speak to us as often as you like.
Prostate Scotland and Maggie’s Highlands have teamed up to offer this service to men and their families living across the Highlands affected by prostate cancer. Just call or email to arrange a time to visit Maggie’s Highlands, to speak on the phone or have a call online.
Tel: 01463 706306
Visit us at: Maggie’s Highlands, Old Perth Road, Raigmore Hospital, Inverness, IV2 3FL
Prostate Scotland and Maggie’s Edinburgh have teamed up to offer this service to men and their families living across Lothian affected by prostate cancer. Just call or email to arrange a time to visit Maggie’s Edinburgh, to speak on the phone or video call.
Tel: 0131 537 3131
Visit us at: Maggie’s Edinburgh, The Stables, Western General Hospital, Crewe Road, Edinburgh, EH4 2XU
We hope to have a similar service available in other areas of Scotland very soon so watch this space!
To complement the care you receive from the medical experts, Prostate Scotland is currently developing a range of support and wellbeing services to help men across Scotland navigate prostate cancer and disease. It is called our COMPASS project and in time it will cover information, courses, exercise programmes, workshops and support services. See below for what is available at the moment.