We are here to support you through your cancer journey
You are not alone.
If you are facing a new diagnosis, a recurrence, have an advanced cancer, or are accompanying a family member who has cancer, we are here to support you.
We offer innovative peer support programs, support groups, wellness programs and activities in a warm and welcoming environment. Our staff and volunteers, who have lived with cancer, are here to support you by providing companionship and emotional support.
No matter where you are in Quebec, we are here to support you and give you the gift of hope.
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Hope & Cope in-person services are back!
At last, volunteers and staff are back to all hospital sites and the Wellness Centre is open for in-person activities. This is done in a safe manner, in accordance with Public Health guidelines, i.e. wearing a mask and socially distancing. Come in for a visit!
Beat the Winter Blues
Friday, December 2nd, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
At the Hope & Cope Wellness Centre
Get out of the house and come have fun with Albert! Join us in some light exercise, singing and dancing in the warm friendly atmosphere of the Hope & Cope Wellness Centre. You can even have a good laugh when you hear some of Albert’s jokes! This activity is very good way to meet new friends. Open to anyone living cancer and their caregivers.
Discussion between Rachel Szwimer and Elaine Dubrovsky, volunteer co-founder of the Creative Art Program. Rachel is a 4th year medical student at McGill who has participated in the CHAP* program and is a volunteer with Hope & Cope. What is your most rewarding...
In September 2012, Georgina Cama Lee was encouraged to register for the Dorval-Sources-St-Henri Group Walk-a-thon by Scott Adams, member of the Hope & Cope exercise rehabilitation team. In the midst of chemotherapy treatment, she was very tired and could barely...
Choosing the right shoes for walking or running is one of the best investments you can make. You wouldn’t play tennis with a badminton racket, so why go for walks in a shoe made for another sport? If walking is your sport of choice, you need the right equipment. What...
By Marylin Smith Carsley A cancer diagnosis is devastating; it throws an individual’s hopes and dreams for the future into question. The emotional component is trying, especially when patients are forced to absorb a host of medical information, treatment terminology,...
By Patricia Rodi “It’s cancer.” At this moment, the world stops … my womanhood, my motherhood, and my life are tossed aside to fight the evil inside me. Diagnosed with Stage IIIB Stomach Cancer, I learned how strong I could be, how strong I had to be, and what I...
Monday, February 21, marks the launch of the new closed community for cancer patients within the BELONG application. This application is available to our CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest patients and families. Developed in Israel and used by participants around the world, that...