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The Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre (BRICC) Wellness Centre is a welcoming space that provides an environment where cancer patients and their families can feel comfortable, safe and protected. The Wellness Centre is professionally run and supports the holistic need of the patient, survivors and their families. The social, environmental, spiritual, physical, intellectual and emotional needs of each individual is nurtured by the BRICC Wellness Team at a time when life presents uncertainty and fear. BRICC Wellness Centre provides numerous programs to mentally and physically enable patients to continue on their journey offering; massage, relaxation, mindfulness, shiatsu therapy, bra and breast form fittings, financial advice, support groups, yoga, meditation, art, music and the Delta Dog program. The space itself is calm, nurturing and offers comfortable seating, a warm space, refreshments and fresh fruit for all of it’s visitors from Ballarat and the wider region. The BRICC Wellness Centre has become an important part of patients experience while receiving treatment, the Wellness Centre is 100% supported by community fundraising, allowing the programs to be on offer to those that need these complimentary services.

Latest Updates

A message from BRICC's Clinical Director of Medical Oncology, Stephen

With Dry July a little over the halfway mark, if you need a reminder of why dry, please watch this clip of Stephen Brown, BHS Clinical Director of Medical Oncology, discussing the importance of community support for the Wellness Centre and cancer patients. To view his message click HERE.  

Two of BRICC's ambassadors, Shayne and Gabrielle join 3BA's radio station to discuss their experiences with cancer

Two of our wonderful Dry July ambassadors, Shayne and Gabrielle Wren took to the radio with 3BA’s Brett McDonald yesterday to discuss their experience with cancer and just how important the BRICC Wellness Centre was during that time.

Great to be able to get the word out on the appeal and help raise awareness and funds to continue to financially support the many programs on offer at the centre for cancer patients.

Meet the Wren family, BRICC's ambassadors for Dry July 2021

Shayne and Denise Wren have both accessed the programs on offer at Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre (BRICC) Wellness Centre during their cancer treatments. Both Shayne and Denise can not speak highly enough of the many complimentary services that are on offer to all patients. Their daughter Gabrielle is also on board, she reflects on how beneficial the Centre has been for their family during the most challenging of times.

We thank the Wren’s for their support in helping raise awareness and in turn, helping cover costs of the services on offer at the Wellness Centre that is proudly 100% funded by community.


BRICC's Wellness Centre to continue thanks to Dry July fundraising

Your fundraising for Dry July has enabled Ballarat Health Services Foundation to support the many wonderful programs that are on offer to cancer patients at BRICC Wellness Centre.

The centre provides numerous complimentary programs to mentally and physically enable patients to continue on their journey offering massage, relaxation, mindfulness, shiatsu therapy, bra and breast form fittings, financial advice, support groups, yoga, meditation, art, music and the Delta Dog program. The space itself is calm, nurturing and offers comfortable seating, a warm space, refreshments and fresh fruit for all of it’s visitors from Ballarat and the wider region.

The BRICC Wellness Centre has become an important part of the patients experience while receiving treatment. The Wellness Centre is 100% supported by community fundraising, allowing the programs to be on offer to those that wish to access these complimentary services.

Cancer Wellness Coordinator says Thank You!

Cancer Wellness Coordinator, Simone, shares a message of thanks to the people raising funds for the continuation of programs at BRICC wellness centre. To view her message click HERE. 

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