Resources for People
with Chronic Pain

You Don’t Need to Suffer in Silence

We know how difficult dealing with chronic pain can be. Regardless of your condition, there are resources across Canada that are there to help you.


Action Ontario

Advocates on behalf of patients with neuropathic pain (resulting from injury or disease of the nerves, the spinal cord or the brain), in order to secure better and faster access to pain therapies.

 

The Arthritis Society

The Arthritis Society provides osteoarthritis information, coming from Canada’s leading advocacy for sufferers of arthritis and related immune disorders.

 
 

Chronic Pain
Anonymous

A self-help organization of men and women who share their experience so that they may help each other recover from the disabling effects of chronic pain and chronic illness.

 

Chronic Pain
Association of Canada

Canada’s largest independent, not-for-profit charitable organization serving people affected by pain through education, information, support and advocacy.

 
 

Living with Fibromyalgia

Self-management resources for people living with fibromyalgia from the Chronic Pain & Fatigue Research Center at the University of Michigan.

 

Pain BC Toolkit

A list of treatment options and pain management resources in an online toolbox designed to help sufferers cope with chronic pain.

 


We’re Here to Help

If you’re living with pain and you’re not sure where to turn, we’re here to help. Contact us and we’ll help you identify the support resources you have available.

 
 
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