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:
Join us for a panel presentation and discussion with 2nd year Medical Students from McGill, to help better understand clinical trials.
- Dec. 17 @ 12 pm – Making Lemonade from Lemons: The Pandemic of Grief
Since March we’ve been struggling to navigate a new normal. What most of us don’t understand is that along with a pandemic, we have been experiencing a pandemic of grief. Register now for our workshop on December 17 at noon.
For Victoria Sebag, horses are more than a sport! She will share with you, her love of horses : promise to be lots of fun (for young children and teens under 18 years old).
On a warm fall day, Sandra Viviana Murillo-Morales realized with dismay that she would not get home in time for Hope & Cope’s weekly on-line Group Reiki class. Searching for a sunny, quiet spot, she found a bench surrounded by trees, pulled out her phone and...
Cancer has been a major part of my life for almost 75 years, both as a patient and a caregiver. At 14, I was diagnosed with osteogenic sarcoma - an aggressive bone cancer that required the amputation of my left leg, above the knee. I was totally devastated - I felt as...
For close to 40 years, Hope & Cope has offered innovative, personalized services that meet the ever-evolving needs of cancer patients and their caregivers. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit last March, we made the agonizing decision to temporarily suspend in-person...
As fall gives way to winter, cancer patients at the Jewish General Hospital can wrap themselves in warm, cozy, hand-sewn blankets, courtesy of a dedicated team of Hope & Cope volunteers. Like many good deeds, this one began with a chance conversation between...
Here is what cancer initially took away from 66 year-old Elaine Gliksman: her physical and mental health, her independence, her joie de vivre and self-confidence. “Since my diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer three years ago, most of my time is devoted to scans,...
On January 28, 2020, Mark Levitt was on top of the world – literally! Along with Albert Labelle, Chantal Jasmin, their son, Maxime Labelle, his girlfriend Véronique Lapointe, and expedition leader Terry Soucy, Mark had signed up for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to...