- Online Support – Through this website, young people have seven day access to professional counsellors as well as 24/7 access to an online community and youth-specific information.
- Counselling – CanTeen provides free and confidential counselling services for 12-25 year olds living with cancer.
- Peer Support Programs – Meet other young people going through a similar experience.
- Youth Cancer Services – Specialised treatment and support services for young people with cancer based in major hospitals throughout Australia.
- Information and resources – Find out more about cancer and how to deal with all aspects of it – medical, emotional and practical.
- Individual Support – CanTeen has staff and offices throughout the country, supporting thousands of young people living with cancer.
A gift of $25 delivers an information resource to guide a young person through the challenges of living with cancer.
A gift of $35 provides a half hour counselling session for a young person dealing with cancer.
A gift of $50 helps one young person living with cancer attend a CanTeen Recreation Day and have a break from the daily pressures of living with cancer.
A gift of $75 provides a one hour counselling session for a young person dealing with cancer.
Raising $200 means four young people can attend a CanTeen Recreation Day and have a break from the daily pressures of living with cancer.
Raising $350 means a young person who has lost a parent or sibling to cancer can attend a weekend program where they learn to understand grief and develop skills to manage it.
Raising $1000 means two young people can attend a 5-day support program to help them deal with their cancer journey.