We work with a range of healthcare professionals to support young adults in their 20s and 30s to manage the psychosocial effects that cancer and its treatments can bring. Our approach is to offer personalised support that is tailored to the needs of young adults. Whether this is supporting physical activity and a healthy lifestyle, facilitating peer-to-peer support or providing expert advice on the things that matter to them.

There are many ways we can help you support young adults facing cancer in their 20s and 30s

  • Exercise (physical activity) support

We offer a 1-2-1 exercise programme, regular yoga classes and exercise videos they can do from their home. Our exercise support programmes are delivered by Cancer Rehabilitation qualified instructors. Find out more by visiting our getting you moving pages.

  • Practical advice

We provide practical advice about the things that matter to young adults, such as work, fertility and anxiety – head to our 'living with cancer' pages for more information. We have regular live Q&A sessions with experts through our Trekstock Talks. And we provide tips from other young adults on our cancer hacks page.

  • Trekstock community

Getting cancer in your 20s and 30s can be a really lonely experience. That's why we've built a supportive community online and offline, so young adults can connect with others who know what it's like to have experienced cancer. We provide a private online forum and regular social events. Head to our events page to find our latest events. 

You can email us at [email protected] to refer a young adult to our support services.

If you'd like to refer a young adult to our 1-2-1 exercise programme with a qualified Cancer Rehabilitation instructor head to our exercise programme page.

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