Nationwide Resources

Resource Type
Provincial and Territorial Public Drug Benefit Programs
Government of Canada
The Canadian Government offers drug benefit plans, both federal and provincial. Check out what financial options are available to you.
Critical Illness Insurance for Prostate Cancer
Canada Protection Plan
Canada Protection Plan offers financial insurance to cancer patients, which can help cover various costs, including treatment, travel, job loss and more.
Cultural Backgrounds, Living with a Serious Ilness, and Grief
Living My Culture
Quality palliative care helps you honour your culture, spirituality and traditions. At this resource people from various cultures share their stories and wisdom about living with serious illness, end of life and grief to support others.
Prostate Cancer Treatments Available In Provinces
Prostaid Calgary
Here you can find a list of available prostate cancer treatments according to each province
Indigenous qui smoking and vaping support
Talk Tobacco
Talk Tobacco is a free confidential program offering culturally appropriate support and information about quitting smoking, vaping and commercial tobacco use to First Nations, Inuit, Métis and urban Indigenous communities.
True North – Movember
True North
This True North website provides access to several prostate cancer resources, articles, support groups and a sexual well-being tool.
True North
True North Peer Navigation is a free navigation program that puts you in touch with someone who has experienced prostate cancer and is trained to support you along your journey.
Lifestyle Management Nationwide Resource
True North
True North Lifestyle Management offers exercise and nutrition programs for prostate cancer patients and survivors. Community-based programs, home programs, and information resources are available.
Connect with our online community
Canadian Cancer Society
No one should have to face cancer alone. Connecting with others who understand your situation and feelings can help you cope. Knowing what to expect throughout your cancer experience can help you feel more hopeful and less anxious.
Prostate Cancer Support Canada-Home page
Prostate Cancer Support Canada
The Prostate Cancer Support Canada website provides information and prostate cancer support groups across the country, information about prostate cancer as well as links to various related information.
Prostate Cancer Supportive Care (PCSC) Program
Prostate Cancer Supportive Care (PCSC) Program
The PCSC Program currently includes eight modules where men can participate, with more modules in development. These modules include group educational sessions and clinical services.
Find Counselling, Therapists, Psychologists
psychology today
Not sure what services are available in your area? This website allows you to search for licensed psychotherapists and support groups across Canada.
Resources for Caregivers
Canadian Cancer Society
This resource is designed to help the caregiver better understand how to support their family member or friend when they face prostate cancer.
Talk to an Information Specialist
Canadian Cancer Society
Live Chat and Phone Number Provided
Online Support
Canadian Cancer Society is a safe and welcoming place for discussion, support and exchanging information about managing cancer in your life.
Advanced cancer
Canadian Cancer Society
This booklet is for people diagnosed with advanced cancer and their caregivers. It offers practical information and support to help you start caring for yourself and each other as you learn to live with advanced cancer. Phone numbers are provided for resources nationwide.
Support for Newcomers to Canada
Canadian Cancer Society
If you have cancer and have recently come to Canada as a refugee or newcomer, you may need to seek information and help. The Canadian Cancer Society offers a nationwide support system for people with cancer and their families, friends and caregivers.
African Cancer Support Group
African Cancer Support Group
Membership in the African Cancer Support Group offers access to various resources, programs, speakers and events. It also provides a safe landing place for people who understand cancer’s physical and emotional landscape.
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