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Toxico-Stop Detoxifaction Center
4858 Gouin East Boulevard Montreal-Nord QC H1G 1A2
T: (514) 327-6017
F: (514) 327-7494
A detoxification centre and residential re-intergration program for adults which offers short-term shelter, workshops, education, individual and group therapy.
Advocacy and Complaints
5199 Sherbrooke Est, Suite 3671 Montréal QC H1T 3×2
T: (514) 253-6556
Interacts with merchants to make sure that they respect their obligations towards consumers.
3920 Rachel E. Montréal QC H1X 1Z3
T: (514) 350-3444
Group meetings for individuals with problems with alcohol.
Alzheimer Society Montréal
5165 Sherbrooke Street West Suite 410 Montréal QC H4A 1T6
T: (514) 369-0800
F: (514) 369-4103
Referral, clinical services such as individual and family counselling, support groups and monthly exchange groups, specialized education services at three activity centres, interactive workshops, education and awareness through conferences and training sessions.
Mon-Fri 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
1945 rue Papineau Montréal QC H2K 4J3
T: (514) 527-9999
Group meetings for individuals who wan to stop using cocaine.
Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre
The CAFC is mental agency in Canada that collects information and criminal intelligence on mass marketing fraud (telemarketing), advance fee fraud letters, internet fraud and theft complaints.
Curateur Public du Québec
600 Boul. René-Lévesque West Montréal QC H3B 4W9
The Curator is responsible for protecting incapacitated individuals. It educates the public about the protection needs associated with incapacity and supports families and close friends who are representing incapacitated individuals, administering the property of an incapacitated person or a minor or serving as members of a tutorship council.
T: (514) 527-2626
Referral and information for persons having problem with drugs, peers and family members and community workers.
Gambling Help and Referral
T: (514) 527-0140
Information, listening, support and referrals for compulsive gambling.
Canada Revenue Agency
305 René-Lévesque Boul W. Montréal QC H2Z 1A6
The CRA administers tax laws for the Government of Canada and for most provinces and territories and administers various social and economic benefits and incentive programs delivered through the tax system.
Health & Social Services
855 Newman Boul LaSalle
To find the health and social services resources available in your area, you can visit the Santé Montréal Portal at
You can also contact the Information and Referral Center of Greater Montréal at 514-527-1375 or get in touch with your local CLSC.
The Home Adaptation for Senior’s Independence
For further home assistance contact 1-800-463-4315
Program provides financial assistance for people aged 65 or older, on low incomes, who need to make minor adaptations to their house or apartment in order to continue to live there safely and independently.
Heart & Stroke Support Information
1434 Ste-Catherine Street West, Suite 500 Montreal, QC H3G 1R4
Services offered helps create healthy lives free of heart disease and stroke.
Mental Health and Wellness Services
6875 Décarie Boul. Suite 300 Montréal QC H3W 3E4
T: (514) 486-1448
F: (514) 486-6157
Tele-workshops over the phone or at home, roundtable, discussion, support groups and education programs on issues of mental health, caregivers. AMI-Québec’s tele-workshops are information sessions on mental health related issues offered over the telephone. Experts present different topics followed by a question and answer period. Families living in remote communities have access to English services where it is otherwise difficult. The service is FREE but you must register in advance by calling 1-866-396-2433 or by visiting www. thecaregivernetowrk.ca You can also listen to previously-recorded tele-workshops on the AMI-Québec website.
T: (514) 488-1812
Group meetings for individuals seeking help with overeating.
Neighbourhood police stations in LaSalle/ Montréal
T: (514) 280-0114
LaSalle or Montréal police
8745 Blvd. LaSalle
T: (514) 280-2222
Protecteur du citoyen (Protection of Citizens)
1080 Cote du Beaver Hall 10th Floor, Bureau 1000 Montréal, QC H2Z 1S8
T: (514) 873-2032
The Québec Ombudsman prevents and corrects errors or injustices committed against any individual or group of individuals in connection with a Québec government ministry or agency, or an establishment in the health and social services network.
Poison Control Centre (Québec)
T: 1 800 463 5060
Pavillon Foster (in or out patient treatment for substance abuse)
3285 Cavendish Montreal, QC H4B 2L7
Treatment and rehabilitation for people suffering from alcoholism, drug addictions or gambling problems.
Provides tools and strategies to help you free yourself from tobacco or help you remain a non-smoker.
Régie de l’Assurance-Maladie
425 Boul. de Maisonneuve West, Suite #300 Montréal, QC H3A 3G5
Health insurance card, prescription drug insurance, registration, eligibility, temporary stays outside Québec, aid programs.
Régie des rentes du Québec
The Régie ensures that the administration and operation of pension plans is in conformity with the Supplemental Pension Plans Act and promotes financial planning for retirement.
Réseau Juridique du Québec
Provides the general public, companies and other organizations, access to the Quebec legal system.
5199 Sherbrooke Est Montreal, QC H1T 3X3
Collects income taxes and consumption taxes to ensure the financing of public services and to administer various social programs.
Seniors Assist Montréal
Elder Care Solutions (Private)
T: (514) 571-0185
Helps seniors and their families meet the challenges of aging. Offers a wide array of in-home services and seeks to promote quality of life and ensure clients retain their independence.
Seniors-Quebec – Information
Federal, provincial and some municipal information about the services, benefits, programs and initiatives available to seniors in Quebec.
You may be eligible for the program if:
You are 65 years of age or older
You find it difficult to perform certain everyday activities in your home
Your total household income does not exceed certain maximum admissible levels that vary according to the number of people living with you and the municipality in which you live.