coping with cancer

Will Writing and Support

Sue Young Cancer support works alongside Blue Light Will Writing service to be able to help you and support family member with advice. They are able to offer home visits or meet and greet at the charity

 (Appointments only)

Benefit Support & Services

(Appointments Only)


Welfare Benefits & Tax Credits

Once we know your circumstances, we can explain the Welfare Benefits which you could claim. We can supply or help you fill in application forms and take the pain out of the paperwork. Some Benefit applications, such as Welfare Provision Grants can be made over the phone and we also support you with appeals and tribunals including PIP and Universal Credit.


Debt & money advice and budgeting

We help to reschedule debt repayments. If your problem is urgent, we will try and fight your case with bailiffs, courts and debt collectors. We can help you to budget better for the future and we will make sure that you have claimed all of the Welfare Benefits that you could gain. We can’t make your debts go away, but we can make them easier to manage.


Utility Bills

If you have problems understanding your bills, or if you want to try to get a cheaper deal, we will make the phone calls to the utility companies on your behalf. If you are in particular hardship and unable to pay your bills, you might be able to get help from such organisations as the Severn Trent Trust. We can help you with any such claims.



We can advise on rent, council tax, help resolve problems with your landlords or mortgage lender if you are affected by homelessness or feel you are at risk we can help guide you in finding a safe place to live. We also in Partnership with SHARP Housing.


Domestic Abuse

We help both male and female victims of domestic abuse. We try to help with all of you needs, from finding a place of safety, to legal help, financial advice, Welfare Benefit advice, counselling, and help with employment or training in the longer term.


Legal Support

Our staff are trained to help with many of the legal aspects of Consumer, Welfare Benefit and Disability problems. We also have knowledge of family law and wills and probate. However, we do not pretend to know everything. We are fortunate in having partner solicitors who come to our office from time to time to provide half an hour of free advice on family law, or consumer law.


Employment Issues

If you think that you have been unfairly treated at work or have questions concerning your employment rights we can give you advice and assistance. If you are unemployed and seeking paid work our community coach is happy to help you.


Household Goods

We can point you to places which supply cheap household goods or things for your baby.

When we offer help with any and all of the problems above, we include in our work letter writing, form filling, phone calls and counselling. If you are afraid to talk to such people as the local council, the courts, the bailiffs, and the Department of Works and Pensions, we will give them a call or write a letter on your behalf.

We go in person to assist and support people at courts, the Council offices, doctors, social services, and Tribunals so that we can act as your advocates and make sure that they receive the justice which they deserve.

For further information please Call us today on 0116 278 2001


Hall & Room Hire

Sue Young Cancer Support which is based on Westleigh Road, 3 miles from Leicester city centre is able to offer a range rooms for hire as well as our main hall for private use.


Hadley Hall is available to hire for private functions e.g., parties, wakes, conferences. The building can seat over 60 people seated. We are able to offer a kitchen use for reheating of food. The charity has off road parking available with more parking available on request. A deposit of £50 required on day of booking.


Room Hire

The charity has a number of rooms available for private hire suitable for private counselling, small meetings or complementary therapies. These rooms are available to hire depending on charities actives and hours. For more information please contact SYCS

Tel: 0116 2230055 or