Welcome to Wellspring Chinguacousy
Your donations are now what is helping us continue to make the programs you rely on, available.
Please accept our most profound gratitude.
And please, stay safe and well.
During this COVID-19 crisis, we remain ever more mindful of the needs of our members who rely on us to help build their strength and resilience while on their cancer journeys.
We want to assure you that Wellspring Chinguacousy is still here for you.
Not yet a member?
Click the “Register Now” button below to become a member and access all of our online programs. A Wellspring Volunteer is available to answer any questions, or explain our programs. Please call 905-792-6480 if you would like someone to reach out to you.
Already a member?
You will find that many of the programs that you have come to know, love and rely on are still available to you, only now as webinars, or over the telephone rather than in-person. Our Wellspring leaders are providing the programs, and you will still have the opportunity to engage with them when needed. Our Members will have over-the-phone access to our peer support volunteers who are making themselves available for those who are seeking support and words of encouragement during this time of uncertainty.
It’s the same Wellspring – we’re just doing things a bit differently.
Check out our Program Schedule for the most current calendar of events. We also encourage you to visit Wellspring’s online website, Well on the Web. There you will find many programs, services and resources that continue to be available to our current members, and to anyone in Canada who is living with cancer and is in need of help. All at no charge.
Please remember, our staff are still available to answer your calls and emails as per usual. We also urge you to stay connected with others in the Wellspring community through our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels.
Wellspring Chinguacousy is a cancer support centre located in a residential neighborhood in the heart of Brampton. It is a warm, inviting home where people living with cancer and their families can come to meet, talk and share with others who understand what they are going through. More than 40 programs and services, provided at no cost, are available to help those with cancer cope with the emotional and psychological impact of the disease.