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A diagnosis of cancer brings many changes to your life and to your family.
Social workers at the cancer centres are available to help through counseling and a variety of supportive services.
Assessment and consultation, patient navigation assistance, emotional support, family counseling, relaxation training, palliative and bereavement counseling.
Providing emotional and practical support to anyone aged 18-39 who has had a cancer diagnosis of any type at any stage.
Our team of dedicated healthcare professionals ensure we are helping you manage symptoms – both physical and emotional – that may be caused by cancer or cancer treatment.
Taking care of you; talking about your cancer; Creativity for Health program
Assistance for personal and financial needs.
An advance care directive can give you peace of mind knowing that those caring for you understand your treatment choices if you were unable to make the decisions at the time.
Options for patients traveling for treatment.
Meeting with others who have faced or are facing similar challenges.
See what cancer-related services and supports are available.
Patient and Family Resource Centre; recommended sources of information.
200-4545 Parliament Ave, Regina, SK S4W 0G3 CanadaPhone: 639-625-2010