Information For You

Newly diagnosed? Reach out for support and information today: Toll Free 1-800-265-5106 or locally 519-642-7755 (Mon-Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm EST).

If your life has been changed by a brain tumour, you are not alone. We are here to help with support and free resources.

Support

There are a variety of support resources available to anyone affected by a brain tumour, simply head over to this page to find them all. This includes: Support Groups (in-person, virtual and Closed Facebook Support Groups), pediatric and family support, support for caregivers and one-on-one support.

Information:

Helpful information for anyone affected by a brain tumour is available free of charge. You can order an information package which includes information tailored to you, such as:

On this website you will also find additional information including:

We are here to help

There are many resources and programs available to anyone affected by a brain tumour. You can contact the toll free support and information line with any questions Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (EST):

1-800-265-5106

  • For informal, one-to-one support
  • To request a customized information package
  • To find out about support groups, agencies and resources in your community

You can also forward your questions to:

Janic Gorayeb
Senior Health Information Specialist
jgorayeb@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755 ext 233

Note: Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada cannot and does not provide specific medical advice, a second opinion, or referrals to physicians or specialists or ongoing case management/therapy.
Paying it Forward: Has Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada made a difference in your life or the life of someone you care about? Your continued support is needed to ensure we are there to help all Canadians affected by a brain tumour.
Share This

Featured Story

Lawrence's Story: Be happy, live happy

Lawrence, a successful businessman, is not one to take a decline in memory lightly. Lawrence was in Winnipeg, at home on leave from his job in New York City when he had his first seizure. “I couldn’t remember names; my cat, my brother, my parents. It would last half an hour at a time.” He went to his doctor, who told him that as he’d just turned 50, he would likely experience memory decline.

Learn more

Spotlight

Alicia's Story: You gotta laugh every day

It’s hard to capture an infectious giggle in words, but that’s exactly what you get when you speak to Alicia. Alicia is now 20 years...

Learn more

Piper's Story: a dream more precious than Olympic gold

Hi, I am Piper Gilles. You may know me as a world-famous ice dancer. I competed in the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. I am a 7...

Learn more

Upcoming Events

  • 05/Dec/2019: Montreal Support Group - Caregivers: Meets at the Hope & Cope Wellness Centre, Lou’s House... Learn more >
  • 05/Dec/2019: Virtual Support Group East: Virtual Support Group for Eastern Canada... Learn more >
  • 05/Dec/2019: Ajax Support Group: Meets at St. Paul's United Church, 65 King's Crescent, Ajax, ON... Learn more >
  • 05/Dec/2019: Montreal Support Group - English: Meets at the Hope & Cope Wellness Centre, Lou’s House... Learn more >
View All Events >
Thank you to the donors whose contributions make this website and all programs, services and research possible.

Copyright © 2019 Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. Charitable Registration #BN118816339RR0001