We’re Here for You

Have you just been diagnosed with breast cancer? Do you have a loved one with the disease? You are not alone. The Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation is there to support and guide you.

Listening and information

It is normal to feel distress when you are diagnosed with breast cancer. A lot of questions arise with this diagnosis, and we are faced with so many unknowns:

  • Why me?
  • What will happen to me?
  • How will I tell my family?
  • Who can I talk to about my fears?
  • Can I keep working?
  • What can I do to put the odds in my favour?

If you need advice, support or resources, call our hotline or email us. One of our professionals is available to listen to you and help you meet your needs.

Are you a loved one? The Foundation also offers resources to help you cope with stress and fear when a friend or family member is diagnosed. We can give you tips and friendly advice to help you support a loved one with cancer:

  • When they announce the diagnosis
  • During their treatment
  • After their treatment

Our service is confidential, so call us at 1-877-990-7171 ext. 250.

Psychosocial support and family counselling

To support you through the many emotional ups and downs of breast cancer, our social worker is there to help you strike a balance in your daily life, through individual or family meetings, held in person, by telephone or via videoconference.

Sign up now: 1-877-990-7171, ext. 274

Talk with someone who’s been through it before.

Go ahead and open up. Conversation really helps to stay the course. Come talk about breast cancer: Our private discussion group is a friendly and respectful place to share with others who are going through a similar experience.

We’ll give you tips and friendly advice to help you support a loved one with cancer:

  • When they announce their diagnosis
  • During their treatment
  • After their treatment
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