BRA Day is a program of the Canadian Cancer Society, a national not-for-profit organization that provides emotional support and information to anyone affected by breast cancer or at increased genetic risk for developing the disease.
Whether you have been diagnosed with breast cancer and require a lumpectomy or mastectomy, or you are considering prophylactic surgery, the Canadian Cancer Society gives you the information you need to understand your breast reconstruction options and to navigate the health care system.
No one understands the impact a breast cancer or high risk diagnosis can have on your life as well as someone who has experienced it herself. Connect with a member of our Breast Cancer Support & Information Team – a woman who has had a breast cancer diagnosis and breast surgery and is specially trained to provide support and credible information that is relevant to you.
- Talk about your feelings and concerns about mastectomy, breast reconstruction, a breast cancer diagnosis, treatment options, survivorship or living with metastatic breast cancer.
- Locate resources in your community such as prostheses, wigs, support groups and financial aid.
How to reach us
Call our helpline at 1.888.778.3100
Email support: BreastCancerSupport@cancer.ca
Visit our website: support.cbcf.org
Our services are free and confidential.