Hope & Cope
We’re here to help you live well at every stage of cancer. Whether you are dealing with a new diagnosis, a recurrence or advanced cancer, we’ve got you covered with innovative, evidence-based programs, offered in a warm, welcoming environment.
We’re offering several of our popular classes and support groups as well as new workshops online via Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check our special calendar for details.
Support is just a phone call away!
Rest assured that even though we haves suspended our “in-person” services at our Cancer Wellness Centre and our sites within the Jewish General Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic, our staff and volunteers are here to support you as you cope with cancer. We are just a phone call away and encourage you to reach out to us with any concerns you may have at 514 340-3616, or 514 340-8255.Our wonderful volunteers are available to make supportive phone calls. If you would like to receive a call from us, you may leave a confidential message by phone 514 340-8222, ext. 25531 or email email@example.com Don’t forget to include your name and phone number!
We’re also offering wellness classes, support groups, workshops and information sessions online. Click here for details: special calendar
New resource for talking to children about cancer
“What do we tell the kids?” This is often the first question parents have when diagnosed with cancer. Hope & Cope is pleased to introduce a a series of three booklets to help parents, caregivers and professionals talk to children about cancer at different stages, from diagnosis through advanced cancer to grief and loss.
To download your copy, click here
Don’t miss out on these special upcoming events:
- 14th Group Dorval-Sources-St-Henri Walk-a-thon, in support of Hope & Cope’s fabulous Cancer Exercise & Rehabilitation Sunday, September 12th from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
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We are excited to begin opening our Wellness Centre to the cancer community. To ensure everyone’s safety, and in accordance with strict protocols mandated by public health, this will be a gradual re-opening. We are taking advantage of summer weather in July and August...