CLIC Sargent works with the NHS to support children and young people who are diagnosed with cancer or a bone marrow failure disorder.
We support children and young people who:
- Receive a confirmed cancer or bone marrow failure disorder diagnosis from an NHS cancer or haematology service. This must have been before their 25th birthday and also within the last 12 months
- Qualify for free NHS cancer treatment in the UK, including members of (or children of) HMS Armed Forces and diplomatic core/embassies.
It doesn’t matter whether a child or young person is under the care of a paediatric, teenage & young adult, or adult service – the eligibility criteria is the same.
If you have any questions about our eligibility criteria please speak to a member of the CLIC Sargent team at your hospital or call us on 0300 330 0803.
Services in your area
Some of the services CLIC Sargent provides are available across the UK, including grants, and information. Others are only available in certain areas or for certain age groups.
To find out which services are available to you and your family please speak to your CLIC Sargent contact or call us on 0300 330 0803.