I'm taking care of someone

As a caregiver, you can sometimes feel alone when you care for a loved one. Hope & Cope has programs and activities exclusively for caregivers, where you can have a space to express your fears, frustrations, and ask the questions that are most important to you.

What you bring to the life of someone with cancer is immeasurable. And we’re here for you, too.

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.

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Caring for Caregivers

Caregivers Support Groups offer a nurturing space for those caring for loved ones with cancer, providing resources, emotional support, and strategies to manage the complexities of caregiving.

Advanced Cancer Support

Our Palliative Care Support team offers compassionate guidance and support for those facing life-limiting illnesses. Focusing on comfort, dignity, and emotional well-being, we ensure that patients and their families receive the care and understanding necessary during this profound journey.

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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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Caring for Caregivers: A New Support Group for Caregivers at Hope & Cope

“A lot of caregivers feel very alone. They often think that they’re the only ones feeling this way.” That’s how Olga Szyncel, Hope & Cope’s wellness support program coordinator, explains the decision to create a support group dedicated to caregivers. She...

Co-designing Services With Patients and Families: A Powerful Approach to Rethink Cancer Care

The concept of co-design is revolutionizing the way we approach person-centred care. This is particularly true in oncology, where patients’ and families’ experiences can be complex and emotionally charged. The 2023 conference of the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO) focuses...

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...

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....

Patricia Bridgman, pillar of strength

Today, April 5th, is National Carers Day “Because I Care – Recognizing Caring Canadians!” Home In 1994, Deborah Bridgman was a 29-year-old mother of two young girls, Shannon, who was 7 years old at the time, and Ariel, who was 3,...

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