Find supportive resources that are available nationally, provincially and regionally.

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  • Breast Cancer Society of Canada

    Charity dedicated to funding patient-focused breast cancer research. 

  • Canadian Breast Cancer Network

    Survivor-directed, national network of organizations and individuals concerned about breast cancer. Strives to voice the views and concerns of breast cancer survivors and patients through promotion of information sharing, education and advocacy activities.

  • Canadian Breast Cancer Support Fund

    Provides short-term financial assistance for breast cancer patients who do not have the financial resources to cover the costs of basic necessities such as food and shelter, as well as medical and additional expenses related to their treatment.

  • Canadian Cancer Action Network

    Volunteer-driven organization uniting patient-centred organizations from across Canada under one umbrella, dedicated to ensuring patient interests remain a key priority on the national cancer agenda.

  • Canadian Cancer Society

    Community-based organization aimed at the eradication of cancer and enhancement of the quality of life for people living with cancer.

  • Canadian Cancer Survivor Network

    Strives to increase advocacy, promote public policy development, and to train patient/survivor advocates to engage in the development of policy for optimal cancer care and follow-up for patients, survivors, their families and communities.

  • Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

    Independent organization funded by the federal government to accelerate action on cancer control for all Canadians. The Partnership works with cancer experts, charitable organizations, governments, cancer agencies, national health organizations, patients, survivors and others to implement Canada’s cancer control strategy.

  • Canadian Virtual Hospice

    Provides support and personalized information about palliative and end-of-life care, loss and grief to people with life-limiting illness, family, health care providers, researchers and educators.

  • Cancer Chat

    Cancer Chat is a virtual program offering professionally-led, online support groups to Canadians affected by cancer, regardless of where they reside. Cancer survivors and family members can access psychosocial support from the privacy and convenience of their home, despite geographical distance from cancer centre, fatigue, disability or other barriers to accessing face-to-face professional support.

  • Cancer Fight Club

    Connects people, resources, and support services in the Canadian community to help “Fight the Fright” of young adult cancer.

  • Couplelinks

    Professionally facilitated, online workshop for couples affected by breast cancer (this project is currently available as a research study to individuals living in Canada)

  • Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Foundation

    Community-oriented volunteer driven charity with a focus on awareness, education, support and research for familial breast and ovarian cancer.

  • Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Society

    Represents, educates and supports individuals, families and communities impacted by the hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC) syndrome.

  • Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation

    Provides short-term financial assistance to individuals diagnosed with breast cancer to help with expenses related to treatment and living costs during treatment and recovery.

  • Look Good Feel Better

    Program dedicated to empowering women to manage the effects that cancer and its treatment can have on their appearance. Offers free workshops at cancer care facilities and hospitals across Canada.

  • Ovarian Cancer Canada

    Ovarian Cancer Canada is the only registered Canadian charity solely dedicated to overcoming ovarian cancer with a focus on support, awareness and fundraising for research.

  • Rethink Breast Cancer

    Supports young adults concerned about or affected by breast cancer through education and research.

  • Wellbeing After Cancer

    Wellbeing After Cancer is a free online program designed to treat men and women who have recently completed cancer treatment and are experiencing symptoms of anxiety and/or depression. The course aims to provide education and guidance on simple but effective techniques for managing symptoms.

  • Young Adult Cancer Canada

    Provides a community for young adults diagnosed with cancer that offers information, support, skills and opportunity.


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