Counselling & Info
It is natural to experience a great deal of stress, fear, anger and helplessness when you or a family member are faced with a diagnosis of cancer and its treatment. Professionally trained counsellors and social workers who specialize in cancer care are available to support you through the course of your illness and can provide individual, couple and family counselling support. They also offer a number of group programs. Please refer to the Monthly Calendar tab above to view the monthly group calendar.
In addition, there are often many practical and financial concerns to attend to. Patient and Family Counselling staff can provide assistance and information about transportation, accommodation, financial resources, community services and other practical resources. They can be contacted at 250.712.3963.
Learn more about our family counselling services and support programs.
Free support group programs are available at the Sindi Ahluwalia Hawkins Centre for the Southern Interior. Read more information on our support programs in Kelowna.
Click on the "Group Programs" tab above for groups at our Centre, or the "Monthly Calendar" tab above for scheduled groups for the next few months.
A counsellor is available to help patients with vocational assessment, resource referral, information, advocacy assistance and counselling related to work related issues for cancer patients. Call Patient & Family Counselling for more information.
Counselling services are available to patients, families, caregivers and friends, before, during and after treatment. For more information or to make a counselling appointment please contact 250-712-3963 or toll free at 1-888-563-7773 local 683963.
Cancerinmyfamily is a website especially made for kids ages 6-12. They will be taken on a journey to understand how cancer is affecting them.
Facts4teens offers web resources for teens to help in understanding the facts and feelings related to having cancer