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Here is a list of resources for homeless people in the province of Quebec.

Montreal Resources

Phone Numbers- Numéros de téléphone

  • Suicide Action Montreal - 514-723-4000
  • Drogue Aide et Référence- Drug Help - 514-527-2626
  • Jeux Aide et référence- Gambling - 514-527-0140
  • Tel-Aide- All Problems - 514-935-1101
  • Troc(travailleurs de rue) - 450-677-9021
  • Gai Écoute- Gay Helpline - 514-521-1508
  • Centre Local Emploi-Employment - 450-677-5517
  • Carrefoure Jeunesse Emploi - 450-646-1030
  • S.O.S Violence conjugale - 514-363-9010
  • Info-ITS- ITS Info - 1-800-463-5656
  • Aide Juridique- Legal Help - 514-873-3562
  • Regie De Logement- Rental Board - 514-873-3562
  • Hopital Charles-Lemoyne - 450-646-5000

Housing and defense of renters' rights
Comité de logement Defense of renters' rights according to your district.
Fonds d'habitation communautaire (FDHC) Officially founded in 1998, the Fonds d'habitation communautaire, brings together representatives of homelessness organizations in Montreal, and has been working on setting up a housing trust fund for over ten years.
Contact: (514) 866-9941 post 512

Fédération des OSBL d'habitations de Montréal (FOHM)
Social housing with community helps. 1650, rue Saint-Timothée, bureau 105 Montréal. Monday to Friday, 9h to 17h. (514) 527-6668

Office municipale d'habitation de Montréal (OHM)
Social housing for people with low income.
415, rue Saint-Antoine Ouest, Mtl. Monday to Friday, 9h to 17h. (514) 872-2016

Hébergements Longue durée adultes- Long-Term Adult Housing
ACSO 5947 Monk, Mtl H-F 18-29, 1 an max 50% révenu mensuel 514-768-4774

L'Antre-Temps 950 Rolland-Therrien,
Long H-F 16-21 6 mois max 5$ jour 450-651-0125

L'Avenue 2587 Leclaire,
Mtl H-F 18-30 6 mois max 150$ par mois 514-254-2244

L'Escalier 2295 Desjardins,
Mtl H-F 18-30 1 an max 100-150$ par mois 514-252-9886

La CASA 1215 Ste-Foy,
Longeuil H 18+ 6 mois max 6$ par jour 450-442-4777

Le Tournant 1775 Wolfe,
Mtl H 18-29 6 mois max 7$ par jour 514-523-2157

Maison Tangete 1481 Desjardins,
Mtl H-F 18-25 1 an max 5$ par jour 514-252-8771

Ressource St-Laurent 1410 Obrien,
Mtl H-F 16-22 6 mois max 5-8$ par jour 514-747-1341

Services St-Denis 6791 St-Michel,
Mtl H-F 15-20 3 mois max 5$ par jour 514-374-6673

Elderly

Pas de la rue (55-79 ans) Drop-in,
References, for men and women homeless or in becoming. 1223, rue Amherst Mtl. Monday to friday, 13h to 17h.

La résidence J.A. de Séve (545 de la Gauchetiére est)
Provides shelter for men aged 50+ who have nowhere else to go.
Contact: (514) 843-3739

Dépannage de Nuit Pour Hommes- Shelters For Men

L'Abri de la Rive-Sud- 885 Ste-Héléne,
Longeuil, 450-646-7809, 18+
L'Armée du Salut, 880 Guy, 514-932-2214, 18+

Auberge du Coeur Le Tournant
A shelter for young men aged 18-29, provides a home for up to 6 months, 7$ a night.
(514) 523-2157
www.aubergeletournant.org

The Old Brewery Mission
Provides shelter, food, clothes, and job assistance.
Contact: 866-6591
www.oldbrewerymission.ca

Refuge Des Jeunes De Montreal
Provides shelter for men between the ages of 18 and 24. Doors open at 6p.m.
Contact: (514) 849-4221
www.refugedesjeunes.org

La Maison Du Pere
Provides shelter (for 15 days per month), meals, and productive activities for males in crisis from 25 years and older.
Contact: (514) 845-0168
www.maisondupere.org

La résidence J.A. de Séve (545 de la Gauchetiére est)
Provides shelter for men aged 50+ who have nowhere else to go.
Contact: (514) 843-3739

Les Auberges du coeur
Is regrouping hostels for young homeless people.
www.aubergesducoeur.com

Auberge Communautaire du Sud-Ouest
Is a shelter for youth, men and women, between the ages of 18 and 29 who have faced problems such as poverty and social isolation.
Contact: (514) 768-4774
www.laubergecommunautaire.org

Service d'hébergement St-Denis
Provides shelter for homeless youth (15-20 years old, girls/boys)
Contact: (514) 374-6673
www.hebergementstdenis.com

S.O.S.F.A
Is a shelter for men between the ages of 18 and 29, with a maximum stay of 6 months. $7/day.
Contact: (514) 523-2157

Habitation L'Escalier De Montreal
Provides shelter for men and women after an interview and references.
Contact: (514) 252-9886

Maison Tangente
Provides housing for homeless youth (aged 18-25) in the area of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
Contact: (514) 252-8771

En Marge 12-17
Provides shelter and training programs for youth geared towards transitioning into independent living.
Contact: (514) 849-7117

Centre Booth-Armee Du Salut
Provides shelter and food for men and women starting at 6 p.m.
Contact: 514-932-2214

L'Appoint C.H. Louis H. Lafontaine
Provides shelter and crisis intervention for people suffering from mental illness.
Contact: (514) 351-6661
www.hlhl.qc.ca/organisation/readaptation_coord_ressources_appoint.html

Le Bon Dieu Dans La Rue
Offers a day centre called 'Chez Pops,' an emergency shelter (Le Bunker), and a mobile unit which circulates at night in downtown Montreal. The focus is on service to youths and young adults (12 to 25 years), including a drop-in program, emergency housing, meals, clothes, mental health interventions, assistance for families, adult education, nursing, and socio-economic re-integration of clients.
Contact: (514) 526-7677 p.224
www.danslarue.org

Centre de Crise de l'Association Iris
Provides evaluation services, references and a possibility of short-term shelter after evaluation.
Contact: (514) 388-8988/ 9233
www.association-iris.qc.ca/cic/accueil.html

L'Avenue Inc.
Residential programs are designed to support the socio-economic integration of youth in difficulty (18 to 30 years old). Initiatives include a shelter, shared apartments with community support, and independent apartments. A second focus of activity, stemming from the reintegration of youth to employment, deals with wider access to and use of information technology.
Contact: (514) 256-8743
www.lavenue.qc.ca

Coalition des organismes communautaires
québécois de lutte contre le sida website listing shelters for those who are HIV-positive with some of them for homeless.
http://www.cocqsida.com

Le P.A.S. de la rue
Provides shelter for homeless men and women aged 55+. The center is open Monday to Friday 1 pm to 5 pm.
Contact (514) 526-1699
www.pasdelarue.org

Youth

L'Anonyme
(mobile) Bus for young people from 12 to 30 years old. Assistance, references, psychological and social support, HIV prevention, syringes exchange, condoms distribution and food breakdown service. Flexible schedule from 16h (514) 236-6700

Le Bon Dieu Dans La Rue
La Roulotte (mobile) Bus for young from 12 to 25 years old. Assistance, references, psychological and social support, HIV prevention, condoms distribution and food breakdown service. Flexible schedule.(514) 526-7677
Chez POPS Drop-in (day center) for young people from 12 to 25 years old. Alternate school, health care, references, diner meal. 1662 rue Ontario Est, Mtl. Monday to Thursday from 10h to 17h. (514) 526-POPS.

Le Bunker
Short-term housing for young people from 12 to 19 years old. 20 beds. confidential address (514) 524-0029
En Marge 12-17 provides shelter and training programs for youth geared towards transitioning into independent living.
Contact: (514) 849-7117

P.A.C.T. de rue
For young people from 12 to 25 years old. Health care, psychological support, preventive actions in sexual health, drug-addiction, violence and syringes exchange. 6669, avenue Casgrain (514) 278-9181
Le Roc Advise and references for young absconders and/or street youth. Food and clothes available. (514) 523-5288

Women

Help Line
Pour trouver un Auberge pour Violence Conjugale- To find a shelter for victims of conjugal Violence:
S.O.S Violence conjugale - 514-363-9010

Centre pour les victimes d'agression sexuelle de Montréal
Help line and medical care for women who are victims of sexual harassment. Language=french/english 24h/7 (514) 934-4504

Tréve pour elles (CAPAS)
Help line and medical care for women who are victims of sexual harassment. Language=french only. (514)251-0323

Shelters

Le Chainon Le Chainon
Proposes 4 different types of accommodation with varying lengths depending on the the needs and starts with the first step (Admission), two night stays, short term stays and transition to housing
Contact: (514) 845-0151
www.lechainon.org

Native Women's Shelter of Montreal
Provides services for First Nations & Inuit women and children who are homeless, in transition and/or survivors of conjugal violence.
Toll Free telephone: 1.866.403.4688
Mailing address: PO Box 1183/CP 1183,
Station "A"/succursale "A"
www.nwsm.info

Multi-femmes provides shelter for women and children who are victims of violence.
Contact: (514) 523-1095

OBM Femme
1301 De Maisonneuve E., 514-526-6446. 18+

Les Maisons de l'Ancre Inc.
Provides short-term shelter for women in difficulties.
Contact: (514) 725-1534

Maison Secours aux Femmes de Montréal
Provides shelter for women and their children who are victims of conjugal violence.
Contact: (514) 593-6353 24hr

Auberge Shalom Pour Femmes
Provides shelter for women and their children who are victims of conjugal violence.
Contact: (514) 731-0833 24hr

La Maison Marguerite de Montréal
Provides short-term shelter for women aged 18+
Contact: (514) 932-2250
www.maisonmarguerite.com

Maison Flora-Tristan
Provides shelter for immigrant women and their children, who are victims of conjugal violence.
Contact: (514) 939-3463

Maison d'hébergement Anjou
Provides shelter for women and children who are victims of violence.
Contact: (514) 353-5908

Maison Dalauze
Provides shelter and emotional support for abused women and their children.
Contact: (514) 640-4211

Maison d'Accueil la Dauphinelle
Provides shelter for women and children who are victims of violence or in difficulty.
Contact: (514) 598-7779
www.ladauphinelle.org

Logifem
Provides shelter for women and their children who are victims of violence.
Contact: (514) 939-3172

Auberge Madeleine
Is a shelter for women in distress.
Contact: (514) 597-1303
www.questzones.com/aub-madeleine

Passages
Provides shelter for girls and women (aged 18-30) who are runaways. Education, employment, and counselling services are available.
Contact: (514) 875-8119
www.maisonpassages.com

Assistance aux Femmes de Montréal
Is a shelter for abused women and their children.
Contact: (514) 270-8291
L'Abri De L'Espoir / L'Armee Du Salut is a shelter for women aged 18+.
Contact: (514) 934-5615
www.armeedusalut.ca/programme...s_fr.html#abri

Food

Accueil Bonneau
Provides meals Monday to Friday 9:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. and a light meal from 2:00p.m. to 3:30p.m. Clothes are available Monday to Wednesday from 8:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. and 1:00p.m. to 2:30p.m.
Contact: (514) 845-3906
www.accueilbonneau.com

Chez Doris
Provides women with meals, medical and legal assistance Monday to Thursday from 8:30a.m. to 15:00 p.m., Friday 8:30a.m. to 1:30p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 8:30a.m. to 3:00p.m.
Contact: (514) 937-2341

Mission Bon Accueil
Provides men and women with supper at 6:00p.m. You must arrive befre 6:00p.m.
Contact: (514) 935-6395
www.mbawhm.com

Mission Saint-Michel
Provides breakfast Monday to Friday from 8a.m. to 9a.m. and a light lunch (soup, bread, the) from 11:30a.m. to 12:30p.m. Clothes are available Monday, Wednsday, and Friday from 10:00a.m. to 11:00a.m.
Contact: (514) 844-8127

La Maison Des Amis Du Plateau Mont-Royal
Provides food for all in need Monday to Saturday at 1:30p.m.
www.maisondesamis.org
Contact: (514) 527-1344

Diners-Recontre Saint Louis De Gonzague
Provides youth between the ages of 18 and 30 with meals Monday to Friday from 11:30a.m. to 12:45p.m.
Contact: (514) 521-8619
www.diners-st-louis.org

La Maison Benoit-Labre
Provides food and clothes. Tuesday from 1:00p.m. to 2:00p.m., Wednesday and Thursday from 1:00p.m. to 2:00p.m. and 5:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 12:00p.m. to 2:00p.m.
www.benedictlabre.org
Contact: (514) 937-5973

NDG Food Depot
NDG residents only. Required documents are address proof and id card (ex: medical card). Homeless are welcome. Mondays 5-7 p.m. Wednesday and
Fridays 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Contact: 483-4680
www.depotndg.org

Mile-End Mission
Clients must present themselves in the morning and then return in the afternoon for their basket. The required documents are a proof of address and welfare or cheque stub. There is no interview. Fridays only, 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
Fridays only, 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
Contact: 274-3401
www.montreal.anglican.org/parish/mile-end

Multi-Caf
The Multi-Caf is in a community centre for Cote-des-Neiges residents only, and they serve free meals in the mornings. They also discourage more than monthly visits. The required documentation is a lease or proof of address. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Contact: 733-0554
www.cam.org/~multicf

Health

CLSC Faubourg
Mon-Fri 8:30am-12:30pm without appointment and until 5pm
with an appointment at 1250 Sanguinet, but other locations vary. Also at
1705 de la Visitation and 2260 Parthenais, 514-527-2361 for all three
locations.

Drug Users

C.A.C.T.U.S. Montréal
Cactus Montréal is an autonomous, nonprofit organization which helps persons who use illicit drugs, or those with potentially risky sexual behavior, to reduce the risks associated with those practices while improving their quality of life.
1250 Rue Sanguinet
Montréal, Québec
H2L 3Z3
T: 514.847.0067
F: 514.847.0038
Schedule: The permanent site is opened every night - Except December 25th and 31st
- Monday to Thursday: 8 pm to 4 am
- Friday: 8 pm to 6 am
- Saturday: 4 pm to 6 am
- Sunday: 4 pm to 4 am
www.cactusmontreal.org

Méta d’Âme
Is a non-profit organization for methadone maintenance treatment (MMT) patients and former heroin addicts living in the Montreal area. It helps them to consolidate, develop, and in some cases, rebuild their relationships (with friends, family, neighbours, co-workers etc.).
Contact them at: 514) 528-9000

CRAN
Is a non-governmental organization whose mandate is to provide medical and psychosocial clinical services to heroin addicts and other opiate-dependent individuals.
110 Prince Arthur West, Montreal (Québec), H2X 1S7
Telephone: 514-527-6939
www.cran.qc.ca

G.E.I.P.S.I.
Provides assistance for people who are drug addicted, HIV-positive, and homeless.
Contact: (514) 523-0979
www.membres.lycos.fr/geipsi2003/

Maison des Amis du Plateau
Provides a support group and recreational activities for transient individuals, and helps those with mental illness to re-enter the workforce.
Contact: (514) 527-1344
www.refugedesjeunes.org

RAPSIM (Réseau D'aide Aux Personnes Seules Et Itinérantes De Montrél)
To defend the rights of homeless persons in Montreal. Activities include raising awareness of homelessness and related issues, information sharing, training, neighbourhood and issue-based actions, lobbying and research.
Contact: (514) 879-1949
www.rapsim.org

Centre de référence du Grand Montreal References (514) 527-1375

Quebec City Resources

Shelters

La Maison de Lauberiviere
Services est un centre d'accueil, d'hebergement temporaire et de readaptation pour les personnes en difficulte de la region de Quebec.
Contact: (418) 694-9316
www.lauberiviere.orgwww.lauberiviere.org

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