We Offer Free Support and Information for Anyone Affected by Breast Cancer
Our Support & Information Programs focus on helping people cope with the “dark days” of breast cancer by supporting women and men living with a breast cancer or high-risk diagnosis. We also provide support and information to their families, friends, and caregivers – at any stage of their experience.
We can address a range of needs related to breast health concerns, risk management, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, as well as the specific needs of those living with metastatic breast cancer.
Those who call our toll-free helpline will speak with a member of our Support Team – a woman who has personally had a breast cancer or high-risk diagnosis and is specially trained to provide support and information.
All of our support and information programs are confidential and free of cost.
Visit our Support and Information Programs website where you'll find all our online support information and resources for anyone affected by breast cancer.
Other Support & Information Programs include:
- BRA Day (Breast Reconstruction Awanress)
You Are Not Alone: Peer Support for Canadians Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer
No one understands the impact a diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer can have on your life and the challenges that you may face as well as someone who is travelling the same path – a peer.
That’s why the Canadian Cancer Society is committed to ensuring that anyone affected by metastatic breast cancer has access to the vital support they need – provided by people who can relate to their concerns, share valuable coping skills, and offer hope and encouragement.
When you call our free and confidential helpline, we can connect you with a member our Breast Cancer Support and Information Team – a woman who is living with metastatic breast cancer and is specially trained to provide emotional support and answer many questions you may.
Whether you are living with metastatic breast cancer or have a loved one who is, it can be helpful to talk with someone who understands what you are going through.