Recovery Haven Still Offering Support Services To Clients

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WITH non-essential services across the county closing their doors in the interest of public safety, one local cancer support charity is assuring clients and those feeling anxious and vulnerable that support is still available.

Recovery Haven Kerry cancer support house closed its doors to the public two weeks ago, cancelling all drop-in services, group sessions and one-to-one therapies.

However, manager Siobhan MacSweeney has moved to assure clients and the general public that support is still available via email and phone, while counselling sessions can still be arranged.

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“The Covid-19 restrictions mean that unfortunately we have had to temporarily close our doors, but we want to assure the public that we are still here to support them and their families,” said Siobhan.

“We fully recognise that all these added restrictions and isolation measures are causing a lot of concern and distress for cancer patients and their families, so please be assured that we are still available by phone or email. As well as that, our counsellors are also still available to take appointments, which can again be arranged by calling us.”

Anyone wishing to get in touch with Recovery Haven can do so by phoning 066 7192122 from Monday to Thursday, from 10am to 4pm or by emailing

Affiliated to the Irish Cancer Society, Recovery Haven Kerry is also encouraging those dealing with cancer and their families to keep up to date with expert information and advice concerning the Corona Virus for cancer patients, cancer survivors and their families on the ICS website.

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