Here you will find a list of organizations in Canada and beyond who provide MAiD-related information, resources and support.
Canadian Association of MAID Assessors & Providers | CAMAP
CAMAP is predominantly an association of physicians and nurse practitioners, all professionals involved in this work are most welcome to join CAMAP. This includes nurses, pharmacists, speech & language specialists, administrators, law makers, lawyers, social workers, counsellors, policy analysts and more.
Dying with Dignity Canada
Dying With Dignity Canada is the national not-for-profit organization committed to improving quality of dying, protecting end-of-life rights, and helping Canadians avoid unwanted suffering.
Formerly Bridge4You, the MAiD Family Support Society provides compassionate, lived experience, 1:1 peer support and connection, to family members and friends as they help their loved one who is considering or planning for Medical Assistance in Dying.
Canadian Medical Association or CMA is an organization that helps people who are terminally ill or need to use this resource to peacefully pass away. On this website you can find an explanation about the organization, the steps of the procedure and much more information regarding medically assisted dying.
MAiDHouse is a non-profit organization devoted to providing a supportive, inclusive and home-like setting for medical assistance in dying (MAiD). They also support MAiD providers and assessors, and the general public through education, training and research.
The National Working Group (NWG) was convened by the Canadian Virtual Hospice to address the lack of information and support for individuals, families, caregivers, and healthcare providers about MAiD.
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