Online Helpline

We are running online advice sessions for those surviving Sickle Cell Disease as well as those with friends and family members affected. 

These sessions can help to dispel rumours of the disease as well as inform those same people about the help there is available.

All sessions are also listed on our events page, you can register your interest in our online helpline’s via eventbrite.

You can view our upcoming online helpline sessions below. If you would like to join or be notified of our upcoming events please fill in the form below.

Privacy Policy
Sickle Cell Care Manchester is committed to protecting your privacy when you make contact with us and access any of our events. The following privacy notice explains how we use, store and protect the information we have about you and what your rights are. Personal Data Personal data is information that identifies and relates to a living individual. This can include information such as your name, DOB and address which, when put together, can identify a person. Why do we hold your personal data? Sickle Cell Care Manchester might need to hold information about you to: · Deliver and manage services and support to you or your family · Train and manage staff who deliver services · Ensure individual welfare and safeguarding · Protect or prevent crime/fraud · Check and monitor the quality of these services · Investigate complaints about services We only collect the personal information needed to deliver our services, maintain contact with you, or meet a requirement. If we don’t need personal information we’ll either keep you anonymous if we already have the information for something else or we won’t ask you for it. For example in a survey we may not need your contact details we’ll only collect your survey responses. If we use your personal information for research and analysis, we will always keep you anonymous or use a different name unless you have agreed that your personal information can be used for that research. We will never sell your personal information to anyone else. We may need to share your information with other agencies for safeguarding reasons or when making referrals to agencies to provide support. When you use our website Our website uses cookies. You can read about cookies and how to manage them on BBC Webwise. If you submit a form through our website, we will store that information securely and it will only be accessed by appropriate staff to provide support and services.