Hope & Cope

Hope & Cope

Hope & Cope is a psychosocial support organization founded in 1981 by Sheila Kussner, OC, OQ, and a small group of dedicated volunteers. The staff of Hope & Cope along with over 400 volunteers, provide a comprehensive range of services to respond to the emotional and practical needs of men and women who are coping with the stress of a cancer diagnosis and its treatment. 

For all up-to-date information, please visit our website and our Facebook page. 

How to reach us

Main office phone: 514-340-8255
Fax: 514 340-8605

Where to find us 

3755 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Rd.
Pavilion E, Room E-730.1                                                                                              Montreal, Qc. H3T 1E2 

  1. Enter from the Légaré entrance (5757 Rue Légaré)
  2. Walk down the hallway to Pavilion E
  3. Take the Pavilion E elevators up to the 7th floor
  4. Follow the signs to Hope & Cope
Hope & Cope Wellness Centre
Phone: 514 340-3616 

4635 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Rd                                                                                                 Montreal, Qc. H3W 1M1 

Since 1981, Hope & Cope has responded to the psychosocial needs of cancer patients and their caregivers and has been recognized nationally and internationally for excellence and innovation in cancer care.

Hope & Cope is recognized as an important adjunct to the JGH Oncology Department, which is renowned for excellence in patient care, teaching and research. It offers comprehensive and innovative programs that meet a variety of needs. All services are free of charge and include:
  • One-to-one peer counselling
  • Self-help groups: up to 20 different groups at any given time
  • Hospital visiting
  • Strong and visible presence in the Oncology Clinic and the Radiotherapy Department
  • A comprehensive palliative care and bereavement program
  • A fully stocked library and resource centre
  • Public education and awareness programs
  • Look Good, Feel Better
  • Physical activities, including fitness, yoga, qi gong, tai chi, walking group and more...
  • Think Smart, Live Well: workshops that teach coping skills
  • Nutrition: cooking classes, lectures, weight loss after treatment
  • Creative classes such as Open Art Studio and Voices of Hope Choir