Migraine Québec’s mission is to offer support and information throughout Québec to those living with migraines or headaches, and to their family and friends, to help them better manage their condition and break isolation. A non-profit founded in 2014, Migraine Québec exists thanks to the collaborative efforts of volunteer patients and doctors.They offer: Reliable medical information on our website (in French) Support groups in several major cities throughout QuébecA private Facebook support group called “Partage Migraine Québec” (in French) Conferences, webinars and workshops in Montréal on various subjects related to migraines and headaches.
Migraine Canada improves the lives of Canadians with migraine and other headache disorders through awareness, support, education, advocacy, and research.
“Patients have told us we need to raise awareness to break the stigma surrounding migraine and advocate for better care and quality of life. This is an international issue and Migraine Canada’s participation in Shades for Migraine will help link Canadians with people from around the world who all live with migraine.”
MigraineBuds.com is an educational resource for those who are interested in learning about medical cannabis as a treatment option for migraine and headache disorders.We are your go-to destination for the latest scientific studies, research articles/papers published by top experts, patient-driven data and FAQs we cover in our Facebook discussion group,MigraineBuds Chat. MigraineBuds Chat is a forum that allows patients to ask questions and share experiences in a supportive, non-judgmental environment. By focusing on education and advocacy, we aim to destigmatize medicinal cannabis and empower patients to make informed choices. Whether you’re curious about which “strains” are helpful for migraine, how to use CBD Oil or what delivery method might be best for you (spoiler: you don’t have to smoke it!), we welcome you to come join the conversation!
Help for Headaches began as a Migraine support group in Windsor, Ontario, Canada in 1994. In 1995 we registered as a nonprofit organization (NPO) and became registered as a Canadian educational health charity. They function on a voluntary basis and take pride in providing Headache and Migraine sufferers with recently emerged headache awareness research, as well as providing migraine patients with specialist contacts. Today, they serve the needs of Headache and Migraine sufferers across Ontario and some outlying parts of Canada.We have authored a series of books on Headaches and Migraines. These include: Headaches That Persist (1999), Chronic Daily Headache (2013), Non-Drug Treatments for Headache (2016) and Navigating Toward Better Headache Care (2018). Our latest book called Navigating Toward Better Headache Care discusses the many things you can do while waiting for a physician’s appointment. The book is a national voluntary project, you can order a copy from our charity website at http://www.headache-help.org/book-navigating-toward-better-headache-care.