The following resources are intended to direct you to Montreal- based support groups, not medical information.  More general resources and national associations are listed at the end of this section should be able to direct you to any medical information you may need.

Support in Montreal

Hope and Cope

A support system for cancer patients and their families at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital's Segal Cancer Centre and the JGH/ Hope & Cope Wellness Centre.

4635 Côte-St-Catherine Road, Montreal, QC, H3W 1M1

Tel: (514) 340-8255 


Cedars CanSupport

Cedars CanSupport is a psycho-social support program of resources and services for cancer patients and their families at the Cedars Institute

1001 Decarie Blvd, Montreal, QC, H4A 3J1

Tel: (514) 934-4400

Prostate Cancer Support Helpline

Run by the Montreal West Island Prostate Cancer Support Group.

Tel: (514) 694-6412


Canadian Prostate Cancer Network

Search for support Groups by province for a list of Montreal-based resources.

Institut du cancer de Montreal

900 rue St-Denis, 10th Floor, Montreal (QC) H2X 0A9

Tel: (514) 890-8213



Virage helps people living with cancer and their loved ones during diagnosis, treatment, and healing.

Centre intégré de cancérologie du CHUM,
1051 rue Sanguinet, Local C14-7065
Montréal (Qc) H2X 3E4

Tel: 514 890-8000, poste 28139

Neuro-Patient Resource Centre

Brain Tumor Support Group holds regular meetings once a month. These meetings, led by trained facilitators, provide a forum within a confidential environment for patients, their families and friends. 

Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, 3801 University St., Office #354, Montreal, QC, H3A 2B4

Tel: (514) 398-5358


Quebec Cancer Foundation

Tel: (514) 527-2194



Tel: 1-800-363-0063

National Resources

Cancer Information Service

The Canadian Cancer Society's information service offers comprehensive information about cancer and community resources for a wide audience throughout Canada.

Tel: 1-888-939-3333

Look Good Feel Better

A national program dedicated to helping Canadian women living with cancer learn special cosmetic techniques and hair alternatives to manage the appearance-related side effects of cancer and its treatment. 

Canadian Cancer Society

An extensive database of community services; search for community resources by service type and postal code.