Providing one to one Support, Counselling Psychology, Counselling Psychotherapy, Healing Therapies, Various Support Groups and Workshops in a caring and confidential environment.



44 Wine Street, Sligo
071 9170399
086 2242 305
Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm


53 Ard Aisling, Charlestown Rd, Tubbercurry, Co. Sligo
089 448 0527
Mon-Thurs 10am – 4pm




For the safety of everyone concerned, for the foreseeable future, please call to make an appointment.


Welcome to Sligo Cancer Support Centre

Bridget Kerrigan at Sligo Cancer Support Centre.Photo: James Connolly03OCT19 If you, or someone you care about has been diagnosed with cancer, you may have questions and concerns. We at Sligo Cancer Support Centre are here to offer you a place of peace and hope. A place where you and your family can access one to one support, counselling, holistic therapies, various workshops and information in a caring and tranquil environment in the North West of Ireland.

We have a wonderful team of staff and volunteers who at this stage have welcomed and supported hundreds of people who have used our centre. Please take the first step and call in. We fully understand the feelings of fear, panic, sadness and loneliness. We can assure you when you leave the centre you will have a new sense of peace and hope.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Warm wishes,

Bridget Kerrigan, General Manager


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My experience of Sligo Cancer Support Centre…….or “Wine Street” as it is called in my mind. From my first hesitant buzz on the bell of No. 44 Wine Street, I was welcomed into a world where warmth, comfort, sanctuary and healing therapies are offered to each person who enters this beautifully restored town house.  Margo, the heart of the house, keeps the welcome going and the kettle boiling for all who call just for a cuppa or who are there for a class or an appointment.  The team of lovely volunteers are equally welcoming and so hospitable, and every room

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I was diagnosed with bilateral breast cancer in April 2017, to say I was shocked is an understatement, after losing my parents and husband in the 6year period before diagnosis I couldn’t believe this was happening to me. A few people suggested Sligo Cancer Support Centre to me but I wasn’t sure if it was what I wanted. Then I was walking in Wine St one day and found myself outside the centre, I walked in and rang the doorbell, the door opened and a lovely lady welcomed me in, I just broke down saying I had been diagnosed with

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I was in the same situation following my diagnosis as above but pre surgery. So many unknowns and no hint of where to find the answers. A friend put me in touch with a member of the men’s group that meets in the centre on the first and third Tuesday of the month. I was immediately welcomed by the soundest group of men you could hope to meet. An hour and a half later armed with answers to so many of the questions that had been flying around in my head. I drove 42 miles back home and haven’t looked

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