I Would Like A Caregiver Mentor

Having someone to talk to who is facing or has gone through a similar experience to you means connecting with someone who truly understands. This provides valuable one-on-one support that can help you through the caregiving process for a lymphoma patient. You are not alone, and Lymphoma Canada is here to help you connect and find that special type of support.

The Peer Mentoring Program is a service provided to Canadian patients and caregivers age 18 and over. The program matches screened and trained caregiver volunteers who have experience with lymphoma (mentors) with caregivers who are seeking support (mentees), i.e. you. This program has been developed to provide a short-term support opportunity for caregivers. In order to provide the best level of support, we match caregivers based on important factors such as location, age, diagnosis of the lymphoma patient you cared for, etc.

We have therefore developed this survey application to better understand your caregiving experience to best match you with a mentor. The information provided in this application is strictly confidential and will only be used to create a peer match. Information provided will not be shared unless permission has been granted by you.

Thank you for applying to receive support through the Lymphoma Canada caregiving peer mentor program. We hope to match you as quickly as possible with a mentor to receive the personalized support you need.
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