We are a Prostate Cancer Support Group

Helping men in Oakville, Mississauga, Milton and surrounding areas.

COVID UPDATE: Wellspring centres across the country are slowly reopening to in-person programming, beginning in April and May. In the meantime, all programs and webinars are still available online via Well-on-the-Web.

Upcoming Meetings

Meetings by Zoom (3rd Wed @ 7pm)

Sept 21, 2022

Our September meeting will be in-person at Wellspring Birmingham Gilgan House in Oakville where we will have a peer-support discussion and welcome new men to our group. There is no fee or obligation to join. Please come along if you have questions and concerns or would just like to know more about prostate cancer.

Sept 21st at 7pm Eastern time. Please contact us to get more information about our Support Group (pcmenmeet@gmail.com)



Individual support is still available. In the past months, several men have got in touch with us and have been connected with others who are at the same stage of treatment or who are dealing with the same side-effects. Thanks to the great networking of support groups across Ontario, we can reach out to other groups if necessary to find the right person for you to talk to.

Other Support Groups

Several other local support groups have monthly meetings and presentations that are open to all. Check here

NEW A nationwide virtual support group for men (and their families) dealing with advanced prostate cancer has been set up by Prostate Cancer Support Canada. Check here

Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer?
Exploring your Treatment Options?
Looking for Information or Support?
Post-Treatment Issues or Concerns?

You are not alone. We would like to help you. We welcome the recently diagnosed, those in the midst of prostate cancer treatment, and any family members seeking information and support.

We are a Prostate Cancer Support Group helping men in Oakville, Mississauga, Milton and surrounding areas. We offer fellowship and guidance through personal experiences.

We have made the journey.

We can help.

See more on the benefits of Support Groups HERE.

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