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Services



Information centre

To guide you in the selection of resources or to inform anyone who wants to learn more about inherited bleeding disorders.

Contact us at:

514 848-0666 or toll free at 1 877 870-0666
or by email at: info@schq.org

Educational material

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Psychological support

The telephone support from a psychologist is available to patients (and their families) who might feel the need. You can benefit this free and confidential service by contacting us:

514-848-0666 or toll free at 1 877-870-0666 ext. 21
or by email: direction@schq.org


Profesional Orientation

A meeting with a career counselor is available to young people with an inherited bleeding disorder who want to better define their best career choices.

Call or write us for more information:

514 848-0666 or toll free 1 877-870-0666 ext. 21
info@schq.org

Information

  • L'Écho du facteur (newsletter)
  • Documentation centre
  • Information and reference service
  • Conferences

Education

  • Develop information and education programs for people living with hemophilia, people living with the consequences of a blood transfusion, their families, medical teams, the government and the general public in order to allow people with hemophilia or those living with the consequences of a blood transfusion to live a normal life with equal opportunities.

Advocacy

  • Ensure that hemophiliacs have access to proper medical care and safe blood products allowing them to lead a normal life and enjoy equal opportunities in the community.
  • Also ensure that people living with the consequences of a blood transfusion have access proper medical care and equal opportunities in the community.

Research

  • Promote and support research to improve treatment and eventually to find a cure.

Affiliations

  • Canadian Hemophilia Society
  • World Federation of Hemophilia
  • COCQ-Sida
  • Quebec HealthPartners
  • Volunteer Canada
  • APGP
  • Imagine Canada