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Mission

L’espoir, c’est la vie offre son aide aux personnes atteintes de cancer. Guidés par des professionnels, membres du personnel, les bénévoles, ayant déjà vécu l’expérience du cancer, fournissent un soutien psychosocial aux patients et leur recommandent des ressources pratiques pour les aider à retrouver un sentiment de contrôle et de bien-être, à réduire leur isolement et à raviver l’espoir. Aisément accessible et ouvert à tous, L’espoir, c’est la vie est un organisme financé par la collectivité. Ses locaux sont situés au Centre du cancer Segal de l’Hôpital général juif (HGJ) ainsi qu’au Centre de bien-être de L’espoir, c’est la vie HGJ.

Vision

L’espoir, c’est la vie est un phare pour toute personne touchée par le cancer. Reconnu comme chef de file en matière de soins psychosociaux prodigués par des pairs, l’organisme contribue à la diffusion de nouvelles connaissances et à la réalisation de recherches dans un domaine en constante évolution. Soutenant activement les équipes cliniques du Centre du cancer Segal de l’Hôpital général juif, L’espoir, c’est la vie est également relié à un réseau d’organismes communautaires et universitaires qui lui permet de demeurer à l’avant-garde des services de soutien conçus pour les patients atteints de cancer.

15 hours ago

Hope & Cope

Hot off the press, the Fall 2018 edition of the JGH Insider features compelling stories about the people, the programs and the power of community that makes progress possible.

www.hopeandcope.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Fall2018_INSIDER_JGH_EN_Web.pdf

Au cœur de l’HGJ vous présente une série d’histoires sur des personnes exceptionnelles : médecins, chercheurs, infirmières/infirmiers, professionnels paramédicaux, personnel de soutien et bénévoles, qui vont au-delà de ce que l’on attend d’elles pour prodiguer les meilleurs soins possible.
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Gail Issenman is a perfect example of what cancer survivorship is all about! Thank you, Gail, for giving back and giving hope.

Download her original song - a great addition to your playlist!Gail Issenman was a loving mother of three young children, enjoying a thriving, successful career as a singer and vocal coach when she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.

After undergoing surgery to prepare her for radiation treatments that would stop the tumour’s growth, pressure changes in her head made it that singing could have negative if not life-threatening consequences. Exercise was also off limits, with the exception of the recumbent bicycle, which is why Gail was referred to the Hope & Cope Wellness Centre, where she exercised in the Centre’s gym under the watchful eyes of staff and trained volunteers. The Centre became more than just a place to keep active – it became her second home, where she found a community of cancer survivors who understood and supported each other.

After her recovery, Gail was determined to give back the best way she knew how – by recording an original song called "Love Yourself", along with an upbeat video shot at the Wellness Centre and in her N.D.G. neighbourhood. “This was my way to feel normal again. Everyone who participated in the video had such a great time.”

All proceeds from streams and downloads will benefit Hope & Cope. 👇

🎵 iTune: bit.ly/Love_Yourself_Gail_Issenman
🎵 GooglePlay: bit.ly/GooglePlay_Gail_Issenman
🎵 YouTube: bit.ly/Gail_Issenman

#Cancer #CancerSurvivor #health #givingback #thankyou #HopeandCope #livingwithcancer #fightcancer #cancersucks #music #braintumour #LoveYourself Santé Montréal Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada CancerFightClub Community Canadian Cancer Society Le Cyclo-défi contre le cancer du Québec /The Quebec Ride to Conquer Cancer
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4 days ago

Hope & Cope

Tell Cancer to Take a Hike:

1 Mount Kilimanjaro Climb
1 Stowe, Vermont hike
10 monthly local (Quebec) hikes
7 mountain climbers
20+ sponsors
90 hikers
$530,000 raised to support Hope & Cope’s transformative programs for cancer patients and their loved ones.

Thank you to everyone who participated in and supported our Tell Cancer to Take a Hike fundraiser. Exciting plans are underway for 2019 – stay tuned!

Nous remercions tous les grimpeurs, randonneurs, commanditaires et donateurs d’avoir répondu à notre appel et participé avec tant d’ethousiasme à notre levée de fonds Envoyez promener le cancer. Au plaisir de vous voir sur les pistes en 2019!
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1 week ago

Hope & Cope

Let the festive season begin! If you are looking for inspiration this weekend and need a break from holiday baking, planning and shopping, come to our Voices of Hope Holiday Concert on Sunday, December 9th at 2:30 pm at Our Lady of the Annunciation Church, 1020 Laird Blvd, Town of Mount Royal. Tickets are $20 (free for children 12 and under). ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Hope & Cope

Love Yourself is the title of Gail Issenman's fabulous new song, and all proceeds from streams and downloads will benefit our Cancer Wellness Centre. Check out this upbeat video featuring Gail's beautiful vocals and lyrics, filmed at our Centre, at the Jewish General Hospital and in the community. Recognize anyone?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=rB0O5j-zXYY&index=3&list=PLBL1pTydgdkhkuGFasWl-d3-aTs5R9W3Q&t=0sRock video, shot in Montreal, starring survivors. All proceeds going to Hope and Cope Cancer Wellness Centre in Montreal.
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