CLIC Sargent

clic-sargent.gifThe Sargent Youth Programme in Northern Ireland provides educational, recreational and vocational activity to support young people diagnosed with a cancer related illness.

  • Young people can access advice and information about cancer, benefits, grants, education and employment through the youth development worker
  • Young people between the ages of 12 and 21 who have been diagnosed with cancer are given the opportunity to have hands on experience of computer technology. They can link up with other young people in a similar situation to themselves, contact their friends and access the internet
  • Youth Support Groups offer localized support groups in many parts of Northern Ireland for young people diagnosed with cancer
    Peer Support Programme organizes a number of young people who have had a cancer related illness to visit other young people newly diagnosed to provide information and support
  • The Activity Programme offers young people the opportunity to meet and overcome challenges, pursue particular interests and get involved with activities geared to all abilities on an individual or group basis.

CLIC Sargent in Northern Ireland offers children, young people and their families support at home and in hospital by providing:

  • A Family Support Service
  • A Youth Programme
  • Psycho-social support from Social Workers and Psychologists
  • Home from home accommodation at The Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children
  • Financial Support
  • Holidays for families
  • A unique educational, vocational and recreational facility for young people with cancer, brothers and sisters, friends and family.

If you wish to obtain more information on the CLIC Sargent Charity please use the following contacts:

Tel: 028 9072 5780