I Have Finished Treatment

Now what?

After months of tests, treatments, procedures and more tests, you’ve reached the finish line, only to discover that you’re not really finished. If you feel anxious about the future and are not sure how to move forward, we can help you find your “new normal”.


Take Charge of your Life after Cancer is a one-day workshop that will address the many issues you are facing, from going back to work to fear of recurrence.

Additional resources include lectures throughout the year that focus on life after treatment.

Peer support

At every stage of the cancer experience, you can find someone who understands what you are going through. We can match you with a peer mentor who can help you make the transition to life after cancer. We also offer a Post-treatment Support Group that meets a few times a year, as well as a few alumni groups for specific cancers.


What does living well after cancer mean to you? We encourage you explore the wide variety of courses and programs that focus on wellness in mind-body and spirit at Lou’s House, Hope & Cope’s Wellness Centre.

I need to talk to someone

For professional assessment and referrals and to learn about the resources available to you in your community, please contact our Survivorship Program Coordinator at 514 340-8222, ext. 25531.

Sheila Kussner sharing this special occasion at City Hall with fellow Great Montrealers Aldo Bensadoun and Alvin Cramer Segal.

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Congratulations, Sheila!

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We are really excited about our Facebook contest. One of you will win a Fitbit! #hopecope10_36

1. Like our Facebook page and tag a friend.
(If you don’t know how, ask your children or grandchildren to help)
2.If you have already liked our page, please tag a friend and ask them to like it.
3. Write one word that best describes Hope & Cope

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The Council on Palliative Care presents a free public lecture
"Lessons in Living from the Dying" with David Praill, BA

Le Conseil des soins palliatifs présente une conférence gratuite ‘Leçons de vie données par les mourants’ avec David Praill, BA
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