Bereaved

Someone I love died of cancer

When a loved one dies because of cancer, it can be a difficult event to overcome. If you’re looking for a place to talk about it, or need support to get through it, we’re here to help.

We understand that everyone deals with their grief differently. That’s why we’re here to help you in any way we can.

You can get one-on-one support from a volunteer who’s been through it, or you can connect with others facing a similar loss through our “Living with Loss” group.

If you prefer prefer a less structured environment, the “Mourning Café” and the weekly “Mourning Walk” in Mount Royal Park offer informal settings to share your experiences and feelings with others.

How We Help

We offer a wide array of programs tailored for individuals navigating the cancer journey, no matter what is your story. Explore our programs designed to meet your needs. Not sure where to start ? Contact us.

Relevant Programs for "Bereaved"

Living with Loss

The "Living with Loss" program at Hope & Cope is a supportive space designed for individuals who are grieving the loss of a loved one to cancer. It offers a compassionate environment where participants can share their experiences, feelings, and challenges with others who understand the unique nature of their grief.

Bereavement Support

Our Bereavement Support offers a compassionate space for those grieving the loss of a loved one to cancer, providing tools and resources to navigate the journey of grief with understanding and care.

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A better understanding of cancer and the grieving process help you overcome it and take control of your life. Find here online ressources or visit our physical library located on the 7th floor of the JGH

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Share your thoughts on grief

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Survivorship Day Celebration as a Caregiver

I’m not a cancer survivor, but my wife was for 6 1/2 years. During that time, she showed an amount of courage that I can only dream of having. My wife battled her disease mostly on her own. Yes, she had...

Palliative Care: empathy and compassion

By Guy Djandji The goal of the Palliative Care Unit at the Jewish General Hospital is to reduce the negative aspects of illness by meeting the physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs of patients and their families. A team of approximately...

Author Patricia Rodi gives back

A memoir for patients, family, and friends dealing with critical illness, WHAT COMES AFTER CANCER, is now available on Amazon, and soon, you can order from your favourite bookstore. The author, Patricia Rodi, generously gives fifty percent of profits that benefit...

Walk-a-thon raises close to $70,000

Together in Spirit With the COVID-19 pandemic disrup ting their lives and upending so many of their plans, they could have said, “Sorry, not this year.” But to their credit and our good fortune, Alex Trichas and his business partners Nick,...

Did You Know?

By Sonia Hazan Resource Room Offers Free Items to Patients Hope & Cope provides patients of the Jewish General Hospital with many practical resources: blankets, wigs, head coverings, mastectomy bras and prostheses. In 2018, Hope & Cope gave out close to...

Volunteer Management Council Update

By Ida Teolil, Chair, Volunteer Management Council The Volunteer Management Council (VMC) met in April to review the activities of our volunteer committees. As a reminder, the VMC is a new governance structure that helps manage volunteers at Hope & Cope....

Mourning Walk helps ease the pain of grief and loss

On a sultry July day, with the threat of rain in the air, a dozen people gathered at Smith House on Mount-Royal Park to participate in the 5th Anniversary Mourning Walk, followed by a pot-luck picnic. They were grieving their wives,...

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