Psychosocial Oncology involves many types of healthcare specialists who can help support your cancer-related concerns.See information about our programs and services:
The Psychosocial Oncology team are professionals with different specialties and may include psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers or spiritual care providers. They offer different supports and services to patients and family members to help reduce emotional distress and explore how to cope. They can help with things such as communication, stress, coping with treatment side effects, mood changes, quality of life, body image, loneliness, financial concerns or practical support. They also make referrals to other community resources as needed.
Call to speak with someone and find out what services are available.
Comprehensive (Tertiary) Cancer Centres
Regional Cancer Centres
Ask to speak with a social worker.
Community Cancer Centres
Ask for a referral to a social worker.
Cancer Care Drug Coverage - Drug Access Coordinator (Provincial)
Oncology & Sexuality, Intimacy & Survivorship (OASIS) support
Supportive Care: Counselling Services Information for Patients
Indigenous Cancer Patient Navigation
Mindfulness Meditation Drop-In (TBCC)
Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery (TBCC)