Hope & Cope
Today, January 23, 2019:
Please note that due to bad weather, all evening support groups are CANCELLED.
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.
To see our Wellness Centre in action during our Open House last summer, check out this video:
Volunteer Fair, January 15, 16, 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A new year means new opportunities to become involved in the wonderfully rewarding experience of volunteering.
With this in mind, Hope & Cope is proud to particiapte in a Volunteer Fair that will be held in the main lobby of the Jewish General Hospital (3755 Côte Ste. Catherine Road).
If you’re interested in volunteering in a health care setting, stop by our table – we’d love to meet you!
Nutrition and Breast Cancer, February 13 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
What to eat is often a concern for breast cancer patients before and after treatment. Oncology dietitian Kristina Mullahoo will give you up-to-date information on this important topic. This free public lecture will take place at the Hope & Cope Cancer Wellness Centre, 4635 Côte Ste. Catherine Road. Space is limited, so register early: 514 340-3616.
Lymphoma 101, February 27 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
This free information session for patients and their caregivers will be led by Dr. Natalie Johnson, physician, Division of Hematology, Jewish General Hospital. It will take place at the Hope & Cope Cancer Wellness Centre, 4635 Côte Ste. Catherine Road. Space is limited and advanced registration is required: Lymphoma 101
Light refreshments.will be served.
From our home base on Côte Ste. Catherine Road to Montreal’s City Hall, from Orford in the Eastern Townships to Ottawa, Ontario, from Stowe, Vermont to Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, Hope & Cope continues to make its mark.
Our Annual Review newsletter is hot off the press! Click here to read about the many exciting and creative ways our community of volunteers, donors, lay leaders and staff help hundreds of people cope with cancer.
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