CSF offers emotional and practical support in English to any Anglophone in France affected by cancer. Our free confidential support can be for the patient, carer or family member, and this may include help with the French language. Our trained client support volunteers help clients to cope with living with cancer.
CSF's 17 associations offer support locally or at a distance wherever a client may live.
National telephone and email help-line
Please call 08 00 24 02 00 (your call is taken on an answerphone and the National helpline is free from a land-line) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All contacts are picked up regularly during the day and a response will be made within 24 hours.
E.N.VOL. is a 1901 association providing a team of fully bilingual English/French speakers to assist patients at the Hôpital Franco-Britannique in Levallois-Perret. Due to the present circumstances, the service is temporarily suspended until further notice. However English-speaking medical consultations for maternity will continue on Thursday mornings with Dr Gunita Jolly.
3 rue Barbès, 92300 Levallois-Perret
HBHC makes available to the Hôpital Franco-Britannique-Fondation Cognacq-Jay (“HFB”) the hospital premises located in Levallois-Perret. It also provides accommodation to the International Centre for Dermatology (Centre International de Dermatologie) – which became part of HFB on 1st January 2021 - and to the British Charitable Fund.
“Art at the Hertford” has been suspended pending work in the hospital and because of the Covid pandemic.
All medical services are provided by HFB.
3 rue Barbès, 92300 Levallois-Perret (maternity and geriatrics)
4 rue Kléber, 92300 Levallois-Perret (all othe medical services)
Appointments 01 46 39 22 00 or online
A non-profit organisation of English-speaking and bilingual professionals, SPRINT works with special needs children of all ages. We offer the Anglophone community information, referral services, support provision of appropriate education in international and bilingual schools and provide networking opportunities for specialists. SPRINT hosts meetings and discussions on learning - and disability- related topics. Members include credentialled professionals for all learning needs (please see website for list of members).
SPRINT supports EKIPP (SPRINT Parent Action Network) for parents of children with special needs. EKIPP meets regularly to support families, organise play groups and offer informational sessions.
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