Your invitation to visit the Cancer Council Outreach service

June 30, 2008

The Cancer Council Outreach Service is coming to Moree, Bingara, Warialda and Inverell, and will be delivering cancer information and support.

The Cancer Council Outreach Service is a mobile, custom-built cancer information centre, which travels to rural and regional communities to provide them with convenient access to information about cancer and support services. It is the first of it’s kind in Australia.

The Outreach Service will be equipped with a range of resources, including printed information, interactive displays and quizzes, audiovisual equipment, laptops with access to the Cancer Council NSW website, and telephone access to the Cancer Council Helpline.

The services provided by the Cancer Council Outreach are free of charge.
The Outreach Service will also have two trained Cancer Council staff on site to answer questions and help visitors find information and support services.
The Service is open to anyone who would like to visit, so please pass this information onto your friends, family and colleagues.

The Cancer Council Outreach Service will be visiting the areas listed below:
Moree – Auburn Street, opposite Coles car park, July 1-2, 10am to 6pm
Warialda – corner Hope and Stephen Streets, emergency services carpark, July 3.
Bingara – vacant block, 51 Maitland Street, July 4.
Inverell – Coles car park, Campbell Street, July 5-6.

For any further information visit our website at: www.cancercouncil.com.au/outreach