How Wellspring Westerkirk House Helps
More than 85 per cent of cancer patients experience the non-medical consequences of cancer and its treatment: the fear, anxiety, pain, isolation, financial worries and guilt. Through one-to-one peer support, group support activities, learned coping skills, rehabilitation and nutrition programs, and much, much more, Wellspring has helped thousands of people take an active role in controlling their cancer experience to improve their quality of life.
- Stress management
- Emotional well-being
- Health restoration and rehabilitation
- Reducing fear and isolation
- Education and information
- Successful transitions back into the workforce
- Financial advice and management
and so much more . . .
At Wellspring, the focus is on the person, not the disease. As the leading network of cancer support centres in Canada, Wellspring is a sanctuary of understanding, where cancer patients, at any stage in their cancer journey, as well as their family and caregivers, are welcome to participate in programming that will help them move forward with renewed strength, confidence and hope.
Wellspring offers a wide variety of free social, emotional, psychological, and informational programs and support for people coping with the everyday realities of cancer.