Quebec Resources

Here is a list of resources for homeless people in the province of Quebec. Inside, you will find links to food, shelter, and other information. Please suggest a link.

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
Info-Santé, CLSC Longueil Ouest......450-651-9830
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.
    Comité de logement
  • 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) 868-5588
  • OMHM website

    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 http://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.
    www.hlhl.qc.ca/organisation/readaptation_coord_ressources_appoint.html
    Contact: (514) 351-6661
  • 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"
      Montreal, Quebec H3C 2Y3
      website: 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
    http://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/programmes/femmes_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
    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

    Email: info@cran.qc.ca
    Web Site: www.cran.qc.ca

    Telephone: 514-527-6939
    Fax: 514-527-0031

    Miscellaneous

    • 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.org
    • Maison Emmanuel Refuge; refuge d'urgence mixte, 18-30 ans
      234 Rue Marie de l'incarnation, Quebec
      Contact: (418) 353-8217
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    Comments

    STORM003 on 2008.04.10

    RESSOURCES D’HÉBERGEMENT A QUEBEC:

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    Accroche-toît

    190, rue St-Joseph-Est

    Québec

    G1k 3A7

    649-0100

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Familles avec enfants

    Ø Itinérance

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø Contribution financière selon les revenus (hébergement-dépannage)

    Ø Hébergement-dépannage (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø Hébergement associé à une banque informatisée de ressources

    Ø Chambres (gîte et couvert) ou logements

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    Appartements Marc-Simon

    279, Chemin Ste-Foy

    Québec

    G1R 1T5

    649-1720

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Atteints du VIH-SIDA

    Ø En perte d’autonomie/convalescence/répit

    Ø 480 $/mois

    Ø 240 $/mois si la personne a déjà un autre logement à payer

    Ø Hébergement à court et à moyen terme

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 5 chambres privées

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Assistance pour AVQ et budget

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Buanderie et blanchissage

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Fumoir

    Ø Services infirmiers et psychosociaux

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    L’Arche l’Étoile

    617, Christophe-Colomb Ouest

    Québec

    G1N 2K5

    527-8839

    Ø Adultes et enfants

    Ø Déficience intellectuelle

    Ø Contribution financière selon la pension d'invalidité

    Ø Foyers communautaires (milieu de vie)

    Ø Hébergement à long terme

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 3 foyers pour adultes (15 chambres privées)

    Ø 1 foyer pour enfants (5 chambres privées)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Blanchissage

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Adapté pour les fauteuils roulants

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    Armée du salut/ Maison Charlotte

    14, Côte du Palais

    Québec

    G1R 4H8

    692-3956

    Hommes adultes

    Ø Chambre privée : 300 $/mois

    Ø Chambre double: 200 $/mois

    Ø Chambre double adaptée*: 300$/mois *adaptée : pour personnes en fauteuil roulant

    Ø Chambre privée adaptée : 400$/mois

    Ø Dortoir : 7 $/nuit, 45$/ semaine, 180 $/mois

    Service de cafétéria :
    Ø Carte déjeuner pour le mois : 45$
    Ø Carte dîner+ souper pour le mois : 120$
    Ø Carte déjeuner+ souper pour le mois : 100 $/mois
    Ø Carte de 21 repas : 52$
    Ø Carte pension extérieure :185$

    Ø Hébergement à court, moyen et à long terme

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Meublé

    Ø 2 fumoirs

    Ø Activités de loisirs

    Ø Intervention individuelle

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    L’Athénée

    160, rue Carillon

    Québec

    G1K 5A2

    525-8841

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Diagnostic de maladie mentale sévère

    Ø Entre 260 $ et 300 $/mois

    Ø Programme de réadaptation psychosociale en résidence

    Ø Soutien au logement après séjour en résidence

    Ø Soutien à l’insertion sociale

    Ø 9 studios équipés (meublé)

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Possibilité de fumer

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    Les Augustines

    2285, Chemin St-Louis

    Sillery

    G1T 1R5

    681-4651

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Couples

    Ø Repos ou ressourcement

    Ø 20 $/nuit

    Ø Déjeuner : 5 $

    Ø Dîner ou souper : 8,35 $

    Ø Hébergement de 2 ou 3 jours

    Ø Couvre-feu à 23h

    Ø Chambres privées avec lavabo (50 chambres avec lit simple et 3 chambres avec lit double)

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

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    Centre d’amitié autochtone de Québec

    234, rue Louis-IX

    Québec

    G2B 1L4

    843-5818

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Autochtones

    Ø Hébergement-dépannage

    Ø Hébergement associé à une banque de ressources

    Ø Comptoir alimentaire et vestimentaire

    Ø Garderie

    Ø Intervenants sociaux

    Ø Formation pour réinsertion sociale en restauration

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    Centre de crise de Québec

    1305, Chemin Ste-Foy

    Suite 206

    Québec

    G1S 4N5

    261-6594 (hébergement)

    687-2747 (admission)

    688-4240 (crise)

    Volet « Intervention de crise »

    Ø Personnes âgées de 14 ans et plus

    Ø En état de crise situationnelle ou d’adaptation

    Ø En état de crise prépsychotique

    Ø Gratuit

    Volet « Hébergement temporaire »

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø Carence affective, dépression, sans réseau naturel, risque élevé de désorganisation et de perte d’autonomie fonctionnelle

    Ø Gratuit

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 1 semaine)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 13 chambres privées situées dans 3 lieux différents

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Fumoir

    Ø Adapté pour les fauteuils roulants

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 9 lits (1 chambre privée et 4 chambres semi-privées)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Possibilité de fumer

    Ø Intervention individuelle

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    Centre de croissance Renaissance

    1620, rue de l’Éclair

    Val-Bélair

    G3K 1P6

    843-5877

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø Qui ne sont pas en situation de crise et

    qui n’ont pas de problèmes de

    toxicomanie

    Ø 9 $/jour

    Ø Hébergement transitoire (10 jours) ou de réadaptation (12

    semaines)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 9 lits (8 chambres privées et 1 chambre semi-privée)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Literie

    Ø Fumoir

    Ø Intervention individuelle

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    Centre Jacques-Cartier

    20, Boulevard Charest Est

    Québec

    G1K 3G2

    523-6021

    Ø Hommes et femmes

    Ø Jeunes adultes de 16 à 30 ans

    Ø Avec ou sans enfants

    Ø 25 % du revenu

    Ø 27 unités de logement (chambres, studios, 3 ½, 4 ½ )

    Ø Bail d’un an
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    Centre de réadaptation La Maisonnée

    855, Boulevard Louis-XIV

    Québec

    G1H 1A6

    628-0662

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Diagnostic de maladie mentale sévère

    Ø Foyer de groupe

    Ø Hébergement de 9 à 12 mois

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 11 lits (2 à 3 lits/chambre)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Adapté pour les fauteuils roulants

    Ø Ateliers thérapeutiques

    Ø Intervention individuelle

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    Cité Joie Vacances

    28, Chemin Des Cascades

    Lac-Beauport

    G0A 2C0

    849-7183

    Ø Hommes, femmes et enfants

    Ø Handicap physique ou intellectuel

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø Personnes âgées

    Ø Hébergement à court terme (maximum 16 jours)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 175 lits (3 ou 4 lits/chambre)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Buanderie et blanchissage

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Animation

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    Expansion-Femmes de Québec

    4785, 5ème avenue Est

    Charlesbourg

    G1H 3R7

    623-3801

    Ø Femmes adultes

    Ø Avec ou sans enfants

    Ø Judiciarisées

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 2 lits/chambre

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Adapté pour les fauteuils roulants

    Ø Suivi psychosocial individuel et de groupe

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    Foyer de la Réussite

    722, 1ère avenue

    Québec

    G1L 3K7

    529-0772

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø 560 $ à 625 $ et plus par mois

    Ø Hébergement à moyen et à long terme

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 31 lits (chambres privées)

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Assistance pour AVQ et budget

    Ø Blanchissage

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Adapté pour les fauteuils roulants

    Ø Possibilité de fumer
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    Handi A

    Auberge des Sourds

    4155, 4ème avenue Ouest

    Charlesbourg

    G1H 7A6

    624-4752

    524-8734

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Sourds

    Ø Avec handicap associé (intellectuel,

    physique ou trouble de comportement)

    Ø Environ 600 $/mois

    Ø Déterminé par la Régie

    Ø Hébergement à court, moyen et à long terme

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 8 chambres privées

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Assistance pour AVQ et budget

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Intervention individuelle et de groupe

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    Lauberivière

    401, rue St-Paul

    C.P. 1393

    Québec

    G1K 7G7

    694-9316

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Itinérants

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø Jeu excessif, alcoolisme, toxicomanie, etc.

    Ø 1,50 $/nuit

    Ø 0,50 $/souper

    Ø 45 $/mois (déjeuner, dîner et souper)

    Ø 5 $/jour

    Hébergement pour hommes

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø Couvre-feu à 8h45

    Ø 39 lits (chambres privées, semi-privées ou dortoirs)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Fumoir

    Ø Intervention individuelle

    Hébergement pour femmes

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø Couvre-feu à 23h

    Ø 12 lits (chambres privées, semi-privées ou dortoirs)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Possibilité de fumer

    Ø Intervention individuelle

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison du Bon Pasteur

    831, Sir Adolphe-Routhier

    Québec

    G1S 3P2

    687-9108

    Ø Femmes adultes

    Ø Aucune problématique

    Ø Repos ou ressourcement

    Ø 15 $/jour

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 5 chambres privées

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison Charlotte Booth

    14, Côte du Palais

    Québec

    692-3956

    Ø Femmes adultes

    Ø Sans enfants

    Ø Multiproblématique

    Ø Chambre privée: 450 $/mois

    Ø Chambre semi-privée : 385 $/mois

    Ø Hébergement à court, moyen et à long terme (minimum 1 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø Couvre-feu à 23 h en semaine, minuit la fin de semaine

    Ø 8 lits

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Fumoir

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison du cœur pour femmes

    C.P 34094

    Québec

    G1G 6P2

    841-0011

    Ø Femmes adultes vivant de la violence conjugale ou familiale

    Ø Avec ou sans enfants

    Ø Gratuit

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 6 chambres privées

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Literie

    Ø Système de sécurité

    Ø Intervention individuelle ou de groupe

    Ø Possibilité de rencontrer un intervenant en consultation externe, sans hébergement

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison Dion

    181, 7ème rue

    Québec

    G1L 2D3

    525-1142

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø Déficience intellectuelle

    Ø 625 $/mois

    Ø Hébergement à moyen et à long terme

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 26 chambres privées avec câble

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Possibilité de fumer
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison des Femmes de Québec

    C.P. 48023

    Québec

    G1R 5R5

    522-0042

    Ø Femmes adultes victimes de violence conjugale

    Ø Avec ou sans enfants

    Ø Gratuit

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 6 semaines)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 12 lits (2 ou 3 lits/chambre)

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Fumoir

    Ø Système de sécurité

    Ø Intervention individuelle et de groupe

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison d’hébergement pour femmes immigrantes de Québec

    C.P 9846

    Ste-Foy

    G1V 4C3

    652-9761

    Ø Femmes adultes et enfants immigrants

    Ø Québécoises adultes victimes de violence conjugale

    Ø Gratuit

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 12 lits (6 chambres semi-privées)

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Système de sécurité

    Ø Fumoir

    Ø Intervention individuelle et de groupe

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison Kinsmen- Marie-Rollet

    C.P. 20004

    Succursale Belvédère

    Québec

    G1S 4Z2

    688-9024

    Ø Femmes adultes violentées et en difficulté

    Ø Avec ou sans enfant

    Ø 3 $/jour par famille

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 22 lits (10 chambres)

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Adapté pour les fauteuils roulants

    Ø Système de sécurité

    Ø Intervention individuelle et de groupe

    Ø Suivi post-hébergement en individuel

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    Maison Hélène Lacroix

    809, avenue Paradis

    Ste-Foy

    G1V 2T3

    527-4682

    Ø Femmes adultes victimes de violence ou en difficulté

    Ø Toxicomanie

    Ø Situation de conflit familial

    Ø Sans enfants

    Ø Contribution volontaire pouvant aller jusqu’à 7 $/jour

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 3 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 9 lits (2 ou 3 lits/chambre)

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Intervention individuelle et de groupe

    Ø Activités sportives et socioculturelles

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    Maison Marie-Frédéric

    990 rue St-Valier-Ouest

    Québec

    G1N 3W2

    688-9990

    149, rue Gamelin

    Québec

    688-1582

    Ø Jeunes adultes de 18 à 30 ans

    Ø Hommes et femmes

    Ø Toxicomanies

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø Libération conditionnelle

    Ø 350 $/mois

    Ø Hébergement de 4 à 6 mois

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 9 chambres privées sur la rue St-Valier (ateliers sur la connaissance de soi)

    Ø 6 chambres sur la rue Gamelin (milieu de vie)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Intervention individuelle

    Ø Activités de groupe

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison Mère-Mallet

    245, rue des Sœurs de la Charité

    Québec

    G1R 1H8

    692-1762

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Couples

    Ø En attente de traitement ou en traitement à l’HDQ

    Ø Contribution volontaire

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 3 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 20 chambres semi-privées

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison Michel Sarrazin

    2101, Chemin St-Louis

    Sillery

    G1T 1P5

    688-0878

    Ø Personnes atteintes de cancer en phase palliative et en phase terminale

    Ø Proches

    Ø Gratuit

    Ø Milieu de vie

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 15 chambres privées

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Blanchissage

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Assistance AVQ

    Ø Sonnettes d’alarme

    Ø Personnel médical

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    Maison Pinchaud

    1415, avenue St-Pascal

    Québec

    G1J 4R1

    661-0203

    Ø Hommes adultes

    Ø Judiciarisés

    Ø 22% du revenu à concurrence de 60$ par semaine

    Ø Hébergement à court, moyen et à long terme

    Ø 28 lits (24 chambres privées et 2 chambres semi-privées)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Intervention individuelle et de groupe
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maison Revivre

    261, St-Vallier Ouest

    Québec

    G1K 1K4

    523-4343

    Ø Hommes adultes

    Ø Excepté santé mentale, mais seulement si les personnes sont non médicamentées

    Ø Gratuit

    Ø Hébergement-dépannage court et moyen terme

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 30 lits (dortoirs)

    Ø Blanchissage

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Fumoir

    Ø Soupe populaire pour hommes et femmes de 18 ans et plus

    Ø Service d’aide alimentaire pour familles avec enfants mineurs

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Mères et Monde

    727, 8e avenue

    Québec

    G1J 3M3

    522-5139

    Ø Jeunes mères monoparentales

    Ø 16 à 30 ans

    Ø Projet de vie

    Ø Habitant seules

    Ø 25 % du revenu

    Ø 23 unités de logements subventionnés (4 ½ et 5 ½ )

    Ø Jardin d’enfants

    Ø Cour extérieure

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    P.E.C.H

    169, rue St-Luc

    Québec

    G1N 2R5

    524-4757

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø À la suite d’une hospitalisation (sur référence)

    Ø Gratuit

    Ø Hébergement temporaire (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 9 lits (1 chambre privée et 4 chambres semi-privées)

    Ø 1 lit de crise

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Assistance pour le budget

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Fumoir
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Résidence La Colombière

    4920, Pierre-Georges Roy

    St-Augustin-de-Desmaures

    G3A 1V1

    874-0222

    Ø Jeunes femmes adultes enceintes et/ou avec de jeunes enfants

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø Toxicomanie

    Ø 600 $/mois

    Ø Hébergement à moyen et à long terme

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 20 lits (chambres privées et semi-privées)

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Intervenants 24 heures

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Intervention individuelle et de groupe

    Ø Programme de scolarisation et d’apprentissage des compétences parentales

    Ø Programme d’enseignement niveau secondaire et post-secondaire

    Ø Programme d’intégration sociale
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Résidence Giguère

    2781, Chemin des Quatre-Bourgeois

    Québec

    G1V 1X3

    658-7248

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Aucune problématique

    Ø 580 $/mois

    Ø Hébergement à moyen et à long terme

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 9 chambres privées avec lavabo, réfrigérateur et câble

    Ø Blanchissage

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Possibilité de fumer
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Résidences Mme Thériault

    1255, de Vitrée

    Québec

    G1J 3Z4

    523-0453

    1670, de la Capricieuse

    Québec

    G1J 3W3

    529-2014

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Santé mentale

    Ø 525 à 600$ par mois, selon l’autonomie de la personne

    Ø Hébergement à moyen et long terme

    Ø Gestion de la médication

    Ø Assistance pour AVQ et budget

    Ø Entretien ménager

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Possibilité de fumer

    Logements supervisés (4 ½ )

    6 chambres privées à

    Ø Gîte et couvert à la résidence située sur la rue de la c Capricieuse

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Sœurs Dominicaines de la liberté

    1045, René-Lévesque Ouest

    Sillery

    G1S 1V3

    681-3561

    Ø Hommes et femmes adultes

    Ø Repos ou convalescence (nombre limité)

    Ø Suite à une opération

    Ø Minimum de 80 et 90 $ par jour

    Ø Hébergement à court terme

    Ø Gîte et couvert

    Ø 1 chambre privée

    Ø Gestion des médicaments

    Ø Literie et lingerie de toilette

    Ø Soins infirmiers

    Ø Assistance pour AVQ

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    YWCA

    855, avenue Holland

    Québec

    G1S 3S5

    683-2155

    Ø Femmes adultes

    Ø Sobre depuis 3 mois

    Ø Avec ou sans enfants (garçons de moins

    de 12 ans)

    Ø 30 % du revenu pour la résidence

    Ø Gratuit pour le dépannage

    Ø 318 $/mois pour la Grande Marelle

    Ø Cuisine collective pour la clientèle interne

    Ø Meublé

    Ø Ateliers pour la clientèle interne

    Résidence

    Hébergement-dépannage (maximum 1 mois)

    Ø 4 chambres privées
    La grande Marelle

    Ø Hébergement de 3 à 18 mois

    Ø 15 chambres privées avec lavabo

    CatWoman Mauricie on 2008.06.05

    Il y a le projet CatWoman Mauricie à Trois-Rivières. Nous faisons partie de l'organisme Sidaction Trois-Rivières.

    Nous sommes situées au 719 rue Champflour à Trois-Rivières.
    819) 374-5740
    Site internet : http://www.sidaction-troisrivieres.ca/?section=catwoman

    Services offets :
    Échange et récupération de seringues et matériel d'injection,

    projet CatWoman ( prévention des ITSS et VIH auprès des travailleuses du sexe, favoriser leur travail en santé et sécurité)

    Écoute et relation d'aide,

    prévention ITSS/VIH par des ateliers d'informations dans les milieux,

    Accompagnements divers ( palais de justice, médecins etc.)

    Atelier d'art pour les PVVIH

    Cliniques de vaccination

    Centre de documentation

    Et plus encore!!

    admin on 2008.06.05

    À toutes les membres de Cat Woman Mauricie,
    Bienvenue à HomelessNation.org !

    Nous sommes fiers de vous inclure dans le site et dès la semaine prochaine vous aurez votre place dans la liste des ressources du Québec.

    Merci de contribuer au projet. J'espère que vous saurez le faire connaître à vos membres. La parole des travailleuses du sexe est importante à inclure et nous souhaitons qu'avec votre participation, nous allons commencer à ouvrir le dialogue par rapport aux diverses réalités du travail du sexe et ainsi amener un changement quant aux perceptions du publique et de nos élus. Car c'est en prenant la parole que nous pourrons faire respecter nos droits!
    Alors encore merci, et à bientôt!

    Anya Bird
    Travailleuse de milieu,
    homelessnation.mtl@gmail.com

    mark on 2008.06.08

    Nice work by you providing list of resources for homeless people,so that they can be helped.Each and everyone shold contribute something which they can afford to these people

    -------------------------
    marksaunders
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    sansjugment on 2008.06.27

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    EMMANUEL1 on 2009.01.26

    A QUEBEC IL Y A AUSSI LA MAISON EMMANUEL
    LA MAISON EMMANUEL VIENT EN AIDE AUX JEUNES SANS ABRI DE QUEBEC EN LEUR PORTANT DE L'AMOUR SOUS FORME DE NOURRITURE ET DE VÊTEMENTS DANS LA RUE EN HIVER COMME EN ÉTÉ

    Ce que nous faisons :♥chaque semaine,
    (Sauf la première semaine du mois)
    Les lundis, mercredi et jeudi: porter nourriture et breuvage devant l’église Jacques-Cartier, sur la rue Caron de 19h à 21h00; et le dernier dimanche de chaque mois; même durant les vacances; ET LES MOIS LES PLUS FROIDS QU'IL PLEUVE QU IL VENTE OU NEIGE ET MÊME PAR -40 DEGRÉS

    Siège social ET REFUGE D URGENCE
    234 RUE MARIE DE L'INCARNATION Québec
    Québec, Canada G1N 3G4
    Tél. : 1(418) 353-8217

    NOUS SOMMES ENREGISTRÉ A OTTAWA COMME ŒUVRE HUMANITAIRE

    GRATUIT MAIS NOUS NE REFUSONS PAS LES DONS VOLONTAIRES
    COUVRE FEU A 10 HEURES

    D UNE NUIT OU PLUSIEURS NUIT OU JUSQUE AU CHÈQUE
    AIDE A LA RECHERCHE D UN TOIT

    J'AVAIS FAIM ET VOUS M'AVEZ DONNÉ A MANGER J'AVAIS FROID ET VOUS M'AVEZ VÊTU J'ÉTAIS UN ÉTRANGER ET VOUS M'AVEZ ACCUEILLI C'EST MA DEVISE
    SOPHYE

    Pianoman on 2009.01.27

    That's very good knowledge C'a c'est de la très bonne information

    Merci beaucoup ! Thank you all !

    8-) best wich for hope faith and courage !

    STORM003 on 2009.03.16

    I have a bunch of resources for everyone for the Montreal area, there re LOTS of CO-OP's available which I will post VERY soon for everyone!

    Pianoman on 2009.03.17

    Happy St-Patrick

    J'ai fais du vélo aujourd'hui, le soleil était bon

    So I've ride my bike and the sun was good today

    Merci a tous Thank you all

    8-) best wich for hope faith and courage !

    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

    Montréal métropolitain – FÉCHIMM
    Fédération des coopératives d'habitation intermunicipale du Montréal métropolitain – FÉCHIMM
    3155, rue Hochelaga
    Bureau 202
    Montréal, QC H1W 1G4
    http://www.cooperativehabitation.coop/
    Téléphone : (514) 843-6929
    Télécopieur : (514) 843-5241
    Courriel : info@fechimm.coop

    Qu'est-ce que la FÉCHIMM?
    La FÉCHIMM a été fondée en 1983 en vue de desservir et de représenter les coopératives d'habitation de l'île de Montréal. Elle compte près de 300 membres.

    Comment fonctionne la FÉCHIMM?
    La FÉCHIMM est régie par un conseil d'administration de neuf membres. La fédération emploie 11 membres du personnel à temps plein et à temps partiel.

    Services de la FÉCHIMM
    conseils donnés par téléphone
    conseils juridiques
    services financiers, d'assurance, de planification, d'administration et d'autres services
    un fonds d'investissement au moyen de comptes de placements liquides et un fonds d'investissement et de développement.
    Un programme offrant une vaste gamme d'ateliers sur la vie en coopérative et sur la gestion des coopératives est présenté par des formateurs qualifiés. La FÉCHIMM, en partenariat avec la CQCH, participe à l'administration des conventions d'exploitation de certaines coopératives d'habitation avec la Société d'habitation du Québec.

    La FÉCHIMM participe activement aux activités de lobbying organisées à l'échelle nationale par la FHCC, ainsi qu'à celles organisées au Québec par la CQCH. Un membre du personnel représente l'association au sein du Comité des fédérations de la FHCC.

    Pour plus de précisions, consultez le site Internet de la FÉCHIMM à
    www.cooperativehabitation.coop

    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

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    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

    Bienvenue!

    La Confédération québécoise des coopératives d’habitation (CQCH) est un organisme qui regroupe sept fédérations régionales qui, elles-mêmes, représentent près de 800 coopératives d’habitation membres. Son rôle est d’appuyer les fédérations afin qu’elles fournissent aux membres des coopératives l’information et les services dont ils ont besoin pour assurer une saine gestion de leurs immeubles et améliorer leurs conditions de logement.

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    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

    Montreal Food Cooperatives
    Save Money Joining a Groupe d'Achat Collectif or Food Co-Op
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    Run by the community for the community, Montreal food cooperatives or co-ops -- better known as "groupes d'achat" or "achat collectif" in Quebec -- allow members to spend less on higher quality produce by pooling their money together to buy groceries in bulk directly from local farmers, wholesalers and/or producers. Savings range from significant to dramatic and the produce is often organic. This video inside a food co-op gives a feel of what to expect.
    Co-op Time Investment: Low to High
    The time investment varies depending on the group or co-op and level of service. While some may be fairly small and informal, maybe charging a small membership fee to cover transportation and administration costs, others may require members to work -- from a couple of hours a month to weekly shifts if the food is also prepped and cooked (e.g., transportation, coordination, packing, cooking, cleaning).

    How to Find Food Co-ops in Montreal
    The organizations listed below are either co-ops or resources that can help locate a Montreal food co-op or "groupes d'achats" in your neighborhood.

    Groupe Ressource du Plateau Mont-Royal
    A community service organization operating on the Plateau with links to many groupes d'achats or food co-ops in Montreal. A member of the Collectif des Groupes d'Achats du Québec.
    Neighborhood(s): Plateau Mont-Royal but can direct you to groups in other neighborhoods
    Address: 4245 Laval, between Rachel and Marie-Anne East; Mont-Royal Metro
    INFO: (514) 527-1616
    In French.

    EcollegeY Organic Food Service
    Offering a wide selection of locally grown and/or produced foods, including vegetables and fruits in season, grains, fish and meat, EcollegeY doesn't require any volunteering or membership fee, just a $10 deposit for the delivery bin provided with the first order. Prices are not exactly a steal, but if budgeted well with meals planned ahead, the cost ends up comparable to buying non-organic non-local produce at supermarket chains and it's delivered to your front door.
    Neighborhood(s): Most of the Greater Montreal Area
    Address: 4627 Wilson, corner of Somerled; Villa-Maria Metro
    INFO: (514) 486-2247

    Montreal Urban Community Sustainment Dining Co-op
    Offering a meal service/collective kitchen/food coop in one, members pay a sliding scale monthly fee depending on the meal plan and agree to work weekly cooking and cleaning shifts (full meal service requires four cooking and cleaning shifts a week whereas a meal a week requires only a couple of hours a month). Dishes are vegan and very affordable.
    Neighborhood(s): Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG)
    Address: 2000 Northcliff, #218; Vendôme Metro
    INFO: (514) 312-7074

    Co-op La Maison Verte
    One of Canada's largest cooperative ecological stores and a sure bet to find insider information on local "groupes d'achat" and grocery co-ops, La Maison Verte also sets up a mini-farmer's market in front of their store selling fresh organic produce, goat cheese and cut flowers every Thursday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and is actively involved in community-supported agriculture.
    Neighborhood(s): Notre-Dame-de-Grâce but may be aware of groups outside NDG
    Address: 5785 Sherbrooke, corner Melrose; Vendôme Metro
    INFO: (514) 489-8000

    Aliments d'Ici
    A member of GRIP-UQAM, Aliments d'Ici is a research committee devoted to finding affordable locavore solutions and are well-connected with the food co-op scene in Montreal.
    Neighborhood(s): Verdun but connected to groups in other neighborhoods too
    Address: 3328 De Rushbrooke, between Henri-Duhamel and Lasalle; Lasalle Metro
    INFO: (514) 762-0330
    In French.

    GRIP-UQAM
    Deeply implicated in issues of food security, affordable produce and locavore lifestyles, this social and environmental research group from l'Université du Québec à Montréal is a great resource to help you locate groupe d'achats or food co-ops in your neighborhood.
    Neighborhood(s): Downtown but are linked to groupes d'achat across Montreal
    Address: 320 Ste. Catherine East, Pavillon J.-A. DeSève, 3ird floor, DS-3159; Berri-UQAM Metro
    INFO: (514) 987-3000 #4077
    In French.

    Organic Campus
    Open to McGill students and the public at large, this food co-op is straightforward, affordable and convenient. Produce is limited to vegetables, fruit and some baked goods but it's almost always locally grown, organic, seasonal and you get a massive bang for your buck at only $15 a basket for two and $25 to feed an entire family's fruit and veggie needs for a week! Nearly identical to community-supported agriculture, the only difference from a consumer standpoint is instead of paying a few hundred dollars to cover the costs of two seasons worth of baskets, you only need to pay Organic Campus a week ahead and you are not obliged to commit yourself to a basket every week. And ... it's available year-round!
    Neighborhood(s): Downtown, but open to all residents in the Greater Montreal Area
    Address: Shatner University Center Building, 2nd floor, 3480 McTavish Street, above Sherbrooke; Peel Metro.
    INFO: organiccampus@gmail.com
    Le Frigo Vert
    The equivalent of community-supported agriculture, Le Frigo Vert, in addition to providing vegetable and fruit baskets, also sells dried goods and other food products.
    Neighborhood(s): Downtown, but open to all residents in the Greater Montreal Area
    Address: 2130 Mackay, corner of de Maisonneuve; Guy Metro.
    INFO: (514) 848-7586

    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

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    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

    Mercier—Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

    Name of housing project : MAISON DES AÎNÉS HOCHELAGA-MAISONNEUVE
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments :
    Studio : 2
    3 ½ rooms : 29
    4 ½ rooms : 1
    Total : 32
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Remodeling and Construction
    Occupied since : Fall 2003
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-598-9999
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5086

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. LES OASIS DE MONTREAL
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 2
    4 ½ rooms : 3
    5 ½ rooms : 3
    6 ½ rooms : 4
    Total : 12
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Winter 2003
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5095

    Name of housing project : CARREFOUR FAMILIAL HOCHELAGA (MAISON OXYGÈNE)
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    Bedrooms : 5
    Total : 5
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Remodeling
    Occupé depuis : Summer 2003
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5101

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. FLEUR DE LYS DE MERCIER
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    4 ½ rooms : 24
    Total : 24
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Purchase/renovation
    Occupé depuis : Fall 2002
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5110

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. MAIN DANS LA MAIN HOCHELAGA/MAISONNEUVE
    2005-06
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 4
    4 ½ rooms : 9
    5 ½ rooms : 7
    6 ½ rooms : 3
    7 ½ rooms : 1
    Total : 24
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Spring 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5120

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. LE P’TIT TRAIN DE VIAUVILLE
    2005-04
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 35
    4 ½ rooms : 24
    5 ½ rooms : 30
    6 ½ rooms : 8
    Total : 97
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Summer 2004
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5132

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. JOLIE FONTAINE D’HOCHELAGA
    2006-07
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 3
    4 ½ rooms : 25
    5 ½ rooms : 37
    6 ½ rooms : 3
    7 ½ rooms : 3
    Total : 71
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Winter 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5155

    Name of housing project : L’AVENUE, Apartments COMMUNAUTAIRES
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 11
    4 ½ rooms : 2
    6 ½ rooms : 4
    Total : 17
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Spring 2006
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5167

    Name of housing project : MAISON L’ÉCHELON
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    Studio : 24
    Total : 24
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Winter 2005
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5168

    Name of housing project : CARREFOUR D’ALIMENTATION ET DE PARTAGE ST-BARNABÉ
    2005-04
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    Studio : 7
    3 ½ rooms : 4
    Total : 11
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Remodeling
    Occupé depuis : Fall 2005
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5184

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. HERMANDAD
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    4 ½ rooms : 35
    5 ½ rooms : 22
    6 ½ rooms : 3
    Total : 60
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Fall 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514 933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5194

    Name of housing project : LES TOITS DE MERCIER (VOLET 1)
    2008-05
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 30
    Total : 30
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Spring 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5195

    Name of housing project : LES TOITS DE MERCIER (VOLET 2)
    2008-05
    Clientele : Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 83
    4 ½ rooms : 13
    Total : 96
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Spring 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5196

    Name of housing project : HABITATIONS ADAM-MOREAU
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 12
    4 ½ rooms : 14
    5 ½ rooms : 7
    6 ½ rooms : 9
    Total : 42
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Spring 2003
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-872-6442
    Technical resources : Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6003

    Name of housing project : HABITATIONS DE LA SHAPEM
    2005-09
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 14
    4 ½ rooms : 15
    5 ½ rooms : 11
    Total : 40
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupé depuis : Spring 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier

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    Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie

    Name of housing project: HABITATIONS NOUVELLES AVENUES – PHASE II
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 45
    4 ½ rooms: 1
    Total: 46
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Summer 2003
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-376-9141
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5029

    Name of housing project: HABITATIONS NOUVELLES AVENUES – PHASE III
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 41
    Total: 41
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2004
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-376-9141
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5078

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. PRIMA VERA DE LA PETITE-PATRIE
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 8
    5 ½ rooms: 4
    6 ½ rooms: 4
    Total: 16
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2004
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5088

    Name of housing project: MAISON SAINT-ÉTIENNE
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 47
    4 ½ rooms: 3
    Total: 50
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2004
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-279-9292
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5089

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. SANS FRONTIÈRES DE ROSEMONT
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 8
    5 ½ rooms: 20
    6 ½ rooms: 12
    7 ½ rooms: 4
    Total: 44
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2004
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5100

    Name of housing project: SERVICE D’INTÉGRATION À LA COLLECTIVITÉ
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 1
    4 ½ rooms: 9
    Total: 10
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2004
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5103

    Name of housing project: HABITATIONS LA TRAVERSÉE
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Bedrooms: 17
    Total: 17
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Purchase/renovation
    Occupied since: Fall 2002
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACQ-5129

    Name of housing project: INTER-VAL 1175
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Bedroom: 12
    Total: 12
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Remodeling
    Occupied since: Spring 2005
    Technical resources: Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5183

    Name of housing project: HABITATIONS COMMUNAUTAIRES LOGGIA – PHASE II
    2008-07
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 12
    5 ½ rooms: 31
    6 ½ rooms: 9
    Total: 52
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    LAQ-6010

    Name of housing project: RÉSIDENCE SAINT-EUGÈNE
    2007-08
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    Bedrooms: 3
    Studio: 147
    3 ½ rooms: 13
    Total: 163
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Winter 2007
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-376-7373
    Technical resources: Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6012

    Name of housing project: CARREFOUR HÔC-MÔN (CENTRE DES AÎNÉS DE L’ASIE DU SUD-EST)
    2008-07
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    studio: 20
    3 ½ rooms: 98
    Total: 118
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2007
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-908-5444
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    LAQ-6033

    Name of housing project: RÉSIDENCE PIERO-CORTI
    2008-07
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    Studio: 11
    3 ½ rooms: 82
    4 ½ rooms: 4
    Total: 97
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Summer 2007
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-277-9141
    Technical resources: Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6057

    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

    Rivière-des-Prairies—Pointe-aux-Trembles

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. SAMAKHI
    2008-10
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 5
    4 ½ rooms: 15
    5 ½ rooms: 19
    Total: 39
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2003
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-341-1057
    Technical resources: R.O.M.E.L.
    ACL-5127

    Name of housing project: JARDINS D’EUGÉNIE
    2005-05
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 2
    4 ½ rooms: 30
    5 ½ rooms: 20
    6 ½ rooms: 23
    Total: 75
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2003
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-341-1057
    Technical resources: R.O.M.E.L.
    ACL-5147

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. LE TRIOLET
    2005-05
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 11
    4 ½ rooms: 6
    5 ½ rooms: 11
    Total: 28
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Summer 2004
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-270-8488
    Technical resources: Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5160

    Name of housing project: HABITATIONS LES DEUX ÂGES
    2008-06
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 55
    4 ½ rooms: 22
    Total: 77
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Winter 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-270-8488
    Technical resources: Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5166

    Name of housing project: HABITATIONS JOSEPH-JANOT
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 16
    5 ½ rooms: 24
    Total: 40
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2004
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-872-6442
    Technical resources: Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6006

    Name of housing project: RÉSIDENCE LIONEL-BOURDON
    2008-10
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    Studio: 3
    3 ½ rooms: 86
    4 ½ rooms: 14
    Total: 103
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-648-9505
    Technical resources: Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6050

    Name of housing project: HABITATIONS JULES-LAMOTHE
    2008-06
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 7
    4 ½ rooms: 4
    5 ½ rooms: 5
    Total: 16
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Winter 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-872-6442
    Technical resources: Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6059

    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

    Ahuntsic-Cartierville

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. L’ILE DE LA VISITATION
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    studios : 2
    3 ½ rooms: 19
    4 ½ rooms: 19
    5 ½ rooms: 5
    6 ½ pièce : 1
    Total : 46
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Purchase/renovation
    Occupied since: Fall 2003
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5117
    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. DE LA SOLIDARITÉ CARTIERVILLE
    2005-06
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 1
    5 ½ rooms: 7
    6 ½ rooms: 7
    Total : 15
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2004
    For more information on this project: tel. : 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5137
    Name of housing project: FONDS DEDIE A L’HABITATION COMMUNAUTAIRE
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 22
    Total : 22
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: construction
    Occupied since: Winter 2004
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5148
    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. LES MIMOSAS
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 9
    4 ½ rooms: 13
    5 ½ rooms: 12
    Total : 34
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: construction
    Occupied since: Summer 2004
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-341-1057
    Technical resources: R.O.M.E.L.
    ACL-5150
    Name of housing project: MAISON L’ÉCLAIRCIE DE MONTRÉAL — OBNL
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    studios : 16
    3 ½ rooms: 6
    Total : 22
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: construction
    Date d’occupation : Fall 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5188
    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. DE LA PAIX
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 9
    4 ½ rooms: 7
    5 ½ rooms: 4
    6 ½ rooms: 4
    Total : 24
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: construction
    Date d’occupation : Fall 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5197

    Name of housing project: RÉSIDENCE ROSALIE-CADRON
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    studios : 11
    3 ½ rooms: 121
    4 ½ pièce : 1
    Total : 133
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: construction
    Occupied since: Summer 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-956-7422
    Technical resources: Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6038

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    Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. HAVRE DE PAIX
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 3
    4 ½ rooms: 7
    5 ½ rooms: 7
    Total : 17
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Purchase/renovation
    Occupied since: Winter 2003
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5096

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. LE CHÂTEAU PLAMONDON
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 2
    4 ½ rooms: 8
    5 ½ rooms: 4
    6 ½ rooms: 4
    Total : 18
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Purchase/renovation
    Occupied since: Winter 2003
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5107

    Name of housing project: CHEMIN DE LA CÔTE
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    studios : 4
    3 ½ rooms: 38
    4 ½ rooms: 4
    6 ½ rooms: 12
    Total : 46
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-739-9670
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5157

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. BENNY FARM
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 12
    5 ½ rooms: 9
    6 ½ rooms: 3
    Total : 24
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Remodeling
    Occupied since: Winter 2005
    For more information on this project: Groupe CDH,
    Tel: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5175

    Name of housing project: PROJET CHANCE – PHASE II
    2007-08
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 15
    5 ½ rooms: 8
    Total : 23
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Remodeling
    Occupied since: Winter 2005
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5176

    Name of housing project: MAISONS TRANSITIONNELLES 03
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 14
    5 ½ rooms: 15
    Total : 29
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: construction
    Date d’occupation : Winter 2006
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5177

    Name of housing project: Zone d’opportunité ZOO
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 12
    5 ½ rooms: 22
    6 ½ rooms: 12
    Total : 46
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Purchase/renovation and construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    LAQ-6032

    Name of housing project: CHEZ SOI NOTRE-DAME-DE-GRÂCE
    2007-08
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    studios : 10
    3 ½ rooms: 72
    4 ½ rooms: 9
    Total : 91
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    LAQ-6048

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    Côte-Saint-Luc

    Name of housing project : RÉSIDENCE B’NAI BRITH — OBNL
    2006-04
    Clients : Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 85
    4 ½ rooms : 10
    Total : 95
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Date of occupancy : Spring 2006
    For more information on this project : tel. : 514-733-5377 / 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5164

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    Dollard Des-Ormeaux

    Name of housing project : RÉSIDENCE DES SOURCES
    2008-11
    Clientele : Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments :
    Studio : 11
    3 ½ rooms : 114
    4 ½ rooms : 6
    Total : 131
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Spring 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel.: 514-683-2323
    Technical resources : Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    Project brochure (in French) [236,2 ko - 4 pages]

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    Lachine

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. L’ENVOL DE LACHINE
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 2
    4 ½ rooms : 6
    5 ½ rooms : 8
    Total : 16
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since: Summer 2003
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-270-8488
    Technical resources : Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5134

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. CHÂTEAU DES ÉRABLES
    2005-09
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 4
    4 ½ rooms : 10
    5 ½ rooms : 4
    6 ½ rooms : 1
    Total : 19
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Spring 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-341-1057
    Technical resources : R.O.M.E.L.
    ACL-5152

    Name of housing project : HABITATIONS NORMAND-BERGERON (GROUPE D'ENTRAIDE DE LACHINE)
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 24
    Total : 24
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Winter 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5180

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. SAINT-PIERRE-AUX-LIENS
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 5
    4 ½ rooms : 11
    5 ½ rooms : 19
    6 ½ rooms : 9
    Total : 44
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Summer 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-849-7800
    Technical resources : Groupe CDH
    ACL-5208

    Name of housing project : RÉSIDENCE JEAN-PLACIDE-DESROSIERS
    2007-07
    Clientele : Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments :
    Studio : 2
    3 ½ rooms : 80
    4 ½ room : 1
    Total : 83
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Spring 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-363-5353
    Technical resources : Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6017

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. LE JARDIN D’ÉDEN
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    4 ½ rooms : 9
    5 ½ rooms : 46
    6 ½ room : 6
    Total : 61
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Fall 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-341-1057
    Technical resources : R.O.M.E.L.
    LAQ-6023

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. LOUISIANE
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 6
    4 ½ rooms : 6
    5 ½ rooms : 9
    6 ½ rooms : 3
    Total : 24
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Fall 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-270-8488
    Technical resources : Atelier Habitation Montréal
    LAQ-6029

    Name of housing project : LES BRISES DE LACHINE — OBNL
    2005-09
    Clientele : Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 140
    4 ½ rooms : 1
    Total : 141
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Summer 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-637-1110
    Technical resources : Atelier Habitation Montréal and R.O.M.E.L.

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    Le Plateau-Mont-Royal

    Name of housing project : RÉSIDENCE DE L’ACADÉMIE
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    Studio : 21
    3 ½ rooms : 3
    Total : 24
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Purchase/renovation
    Occupied since : Winter 2003
    Technical resources : Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5105

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. MARIE-ANNE
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 2
    4 ½ rooms : 19
    5 ½ rooms : 12
    6 ½ rooms : 3
    Total : 36
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Winter 2006
    Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ce projet : Tel. : 514 270-8488
    Technical resources : Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5119

    Name of housing project : MA CHAMBRE
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    Studio : 14
    3 ½ rooms : 3
    Total : 17
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Purchase/renovation
    Occupied since : Fall 2003
    Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ce projet : Tel. : 514 270-8488
    Technical resources : Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5138

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    Le Sud-Ouest

    Name of housing project : PASSERELLE - VOLET 1
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 4
    4 ½ rooms : 2
    6 ½ rooms : 3
    Total : 9
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Spring 2003
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5093

    Name of housing project : PASSERELLE - VOLET 3
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 1
    4 ½ rooms : 11
    Total : 12
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Spring 2003
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5094

    Name of housing project : HABITATIONS COMMUNAUTAIRES SAINT-PAUL/ÉMARD
    2004-08
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 6
    4 ½ rooms : 7
    5 ½ rooms : 1
    Total : 14
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Purchase/renovation
    Occupied since : Winter 2003
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5112

    Name of housing project : RÉSIDENCES BON ACCUEIL
    2005-04
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    studios : 48
    3 ½ rooms : 2
    Total : 50
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Remodeling
    Occupied since : Spring 2005
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5173

    Name of housing project : CITADELLE DE SAINT-AMBROISE
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 9
    4 ½ rooms : 20
    5 ½ rooms : 18
    6 ½ rooms : 8
    Total : 55
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Fall 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5174

    Name of housing project : RÉSIDENCE DE LÉVIS
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 31
    4 ½ rooms : 1
    Total : 32
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Date d’occupation : Spring 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-362-7221 / 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5191

    Name of housing project : L'ABRI D'ESPOIR (ARMÉE DU SALUT)
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    chambres : 23
    Total : 23
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Summer 2004
    Technical resources : Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5192

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. LES COPINS D’ABORD DE CÔTE SAINT-PAUL
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 8
    4 ½ rooms : 6
    5 ½ rooms : 4
    6 ½ rooms : 2
    Total : 20
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Winter 2006
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5198

    Name of housing project : RÉSIDENCE PIERRE-PINARD
    2006-04
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    studios : 8
    Total : 8
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Fall 2005
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5200

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. AU CENTRE DE LA POINTE
    2005-06
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 4
    4 ½ rooms : 4
    5 ½ rooms : 4
    6 ½ rooms : 6
    Total : 18
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Spring 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    LAQ-6008

    Nom du projet d’habitation : HABITATIONS ANNE-GREENUP
    2005-05
    Clientèle : Volet 1—Logement pour familles et personnes seules
    Logements :
    4 ½ pièces : 18
    6 ½ pièces : 8
    Total : 26
    Programme : Logement abordable Québec
    Type d’intervention : construction
    occupé depuis : automne 2004
    Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ce projet : tél. : 514 872-6442
    Ressources techniques : Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6009

    Nom du projet d’habitation : COOP. D’HAB. SKANAGOWA
    2004-11
    Clientèle : Volet 1—Logement pour familles et personnes seules
    Logements :
    4 ½ pièces : 1
    5 ½ pièces : 1
    Total : 2
    Programme : Logement abordable Québec
    Type d’intervention : transformation
    occupé depuis : hiver 2004
    Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ce projet : tél. : 514 933-2755
    Ressources techniques : Bâtir son quartier
    LAQ-6011

    Nom du projet d’habitation : PROJET AUGUSTIN-CANTIN
    2006-04
    Clientèle : Volet 1—Logement pour familles et personnes seules
    Logements :
    4 ½ pièces : 3
    5 ½ pièces : 3
    Total : 6
    Programme : Logement abordable Québec
    Type d’intervention : construction
    occupé depuis : hiver 2006
    Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ce projet : tél. : 514 872-6442
    Ressources techniques : Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6015

    Nom du projet d’habitation : PROJET GALT
    2006-04
    Clientèle : Volet 1—Logement pour familles et personnes seules
    Logements :
    3 ½ pièces : 2
    4 ½ pièces : 11
    5 ½ pièces : 11
    Total : 24
    Programme : Logement abordable Québec
    Type d’intervention : construction
    occupé depuis : hiver 2006
    Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ce projet : tél. : 514 872-6442
    Ressources techniques : Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6016

    Nom du projet d’habitation : COOP. D’HAB. LES TERRASSES WELLINGTON-CHARLEVOIX
    2006-04
    Clientèle : Volet 1—Logement pour familles et personnes seules
    Logements :
    3 ½ pièces : 8
    4 ½ pièces : 8
    5 ½ pièces : 4
    6 ½ pièces : 1
    7 ½ pièces : 3
    Total : 24
    Programme : Logement abordable Québec
    Type d’intervention : construction
    occupé depuis : hiver 2006
    Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ce projet : tél. : 514 933-2755
    Ressources techniques : Bâtir son quartier
    LAQ-6022

    Nom du projet d’habitation : PROJET DE LA RUE DE L’ÉGLISE
    2006-04
    Clientèle : Volet 1—Logement pour familles et personnes seules
    Logements :
    3 ½ pièces : 9
    4 ½ pièces : 17
    5 ½ pièces : 8
    6 ½ pièces : 6
    Total : 40
    Programme : Logement abordable Québec
    Type d’intervention : construction
    occupé depuis : automne 2005
    Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ce projet : tél. : 514 872-6442
    Ressources techniques : Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6047

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    Montréal-Est

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. LE FLEUVE DE L’ESPOIR
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 18
    4 ½ rooms : 22
    5 ½ rooms : 19
    6 ½ rooms : 7
    Total : 66
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Fall 2003
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5121

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. LES RIVES DU SAINT-LAURENT
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 8
    4 ½ rooms : 8
    5 ½ rooms : 31
    Total : 47
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Winter 2004
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5133

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    Montréal-Nord

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. VISION MULTINATIONALE
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    4 ½ rooms : 8
    5 ½ rooms : 8
    Total : 16
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Purchase/renovation
    Occupied since : Summer 2003
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-933-2755
    Technical resources : Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5126

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. ESTRELLA DEL SUR
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 6
    4 ½ rooms : 6
    5 ½ rooms : 4
    Total : 16
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Winter 2004
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514 341-1057
    Ressources techniques : R.O.M.E.L.
    ACL-5139

    Name of housing project : HABITATIONS LOUIS-QUERBES
    2004-11
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 12
    4 ½ rooms : 4
    5 ½ rooms : 4
    6 ½ rooms : 4
    Total : 24
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Winter 2003
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-872-6442
    Ressources techniques : Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6001

    Name of housing project : HABITATIONS LES BOULEVARDS DE MONTRÉAL-NORD
    2005-09
    Clientele : Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 31
    4 ½ rooms : 6
    Total : 37
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Summer 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-387-8066
    Ressources techniques : Bâtir son quartier
    LAQ-6013

    Name of housing project : HABITATIONS JOSEPH-LE CARON
    2005-09
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    4 ½ rooms : 8
    5 ½ rooms : 11
    Total : 19
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Summer 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel. : 514-872-6442
    Ressources techniques : Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6039

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    Pierrefonds-Roxboro

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. DE L’AVENIR
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms : 6
    4 ½ rooms : 10
    5 ½ rooms : 19
    6 ½ rooms : 3
    7 ½ rooms : 1
    Total : 39
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5145

    Name of housing project : L’ÎLE DES AMIS – PHASE II
    2005-09
    Clientele : Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments :
    3 ½ rooms : 8
    4 ½ rooms : 4
    Total : 12
    Program : AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Fall 2005
    Technical resources : Groupe CDH
    ACL-5154

    Name of housing project : COOP. D’HAB. LES AMIS DE PIERREFONDS
    2005-09
    Clientele : Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments :
    4 ½ rooms : 17
    5 ½ rooms : 11
    Total : 28
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention : Construction
    Occupied since : Winter 2005
    For more information on this project : Tel.: 514-341-1057
    Technical resources : R.O.M.E.L.
    LAQ-6041

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    Saint-Laurent

    Name of housing project: RESSOURCES JEUNESSE DE ST-LAURENT
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 34
    4 ½ rooms: 1
    Total: 35
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2004
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5118

    Name of housing project: DEMEURES SAINTE-CROIX – PHASE III
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 53
    4 ½ rooms: 2
    Total: 55
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel: 514-747-9860
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5165

    Name of housing project: RÉSIDENCE ALEXIS-NIHON
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 137
    4 ½ rooms: 2
    Total: 139
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Summer 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-337-2005
    Technical resources: R.O.M.E.L.
    LAQ-6054

    Name of housing project: COOPÉRATIVE D'HABITATION CONCORDE
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    2 ½ rooms: 5
    3 ½ rooms: 43
    Total: 48
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Renovation
    Occupied since: July 2008
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-341-1057
    Technical resources: R.O.M.E.L.
    LAQ-6087

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    Verdun

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. PERCE-NEIGE DE VERDUN
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 8
    4 ½ rooms: 6
    5 ½ rooms: 6
    6 ½ rooms: 4
    7 ½ rooms: 1
    Total: 25
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5151

    Name of housing project: BUREAU DE CONSULTATION-JEUNESSE
    2005-04
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Studio: 10
    4 ½ rooms: 2
    Total: 12
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Remodeling
    Occupied since: Winter 2005
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5171

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. LES TROIS HÉRONS - PHASE I
    2006-03
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 3
    4 ½ rooms: 5
    5 ½ rooms: 2
    6 ½ rooms: 1
    7 ½ rooms: 1
    Total: 12
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5199

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. LES TROIS HÉRONS - PHASE II
    2008-10
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 8
    Total: 8
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5204

    Name of housing project: PROJET NEWMARCH
    2006-03
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    5 ½ rooms: 6
    Total: 6
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Winter 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-872-6442
    Technical resources: Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    LAQ-6005

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    Ville-Marie

    Name of housing project: CENTRE YEE-KANG POUR LES PERSONNES ÂGÉES
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    Studio: 9
    3 ½ rooms: 71
    4 ½ rooms: 4
    Total: 84
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5043

    Name of housing project: MAISON OLGA
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Bedrooms: 20
    Total: 20
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2002
    Technical resources: Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5099

    Name of housing project: CHAMBREVILLE MONTRÉAL
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Studio: 12
    3 ½ rooms: 3
    Total: 15
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2003
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5104

    Name of housing project: HÉBERGEMENT JEUNESSE LE TOURNANT (LES APPARTENANCES)
    2004-08
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Studio: 3
    3 ½ rooms: 9
    Total: 12
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Purchase/renovation
    Occupied since: Summer 2003
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5109

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. LA PORTE DU BOURG
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 6
    4 ½ rooms: 21
    5 ½ rooms: 37
    6 ½ rooms: 5
    Total: 69
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Summer 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-270-8488
    Technical resources: Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5113

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. VAL PERCHÉ
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 7
    4 ½ rooms: 10
    5 ½ rooms: 28
    6 ½ rooms: 5
    7 ½ rooms: 1
    Total: 51
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5114

    Name of housing project: INTER-LOGE CENTRE-SUD - FAUBOURG
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 4
    4 ½ rooms: 12
    5 ½ rooms: 17
    6 ½ rooms: 1
    Total: 34
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Summer 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-270-8488
    Technical resources: Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5115

    Name of housing project: RÉSIDENCE DES SAGES
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    Studio: 3
    3 ½ rooms: 54
    4 ½ rooms: 10
    Total: 67
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-680-8831 / 514 849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5116

    Name of housing project: LES OEUVRES DE LA MAISON DU PERE
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Bedrooms: 122
    Studio: 20
    Total: 142
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2004
    Technical resources: Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5141

    Name of housing project: LOGIS PHARE
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 2
    4 ½ rooms: 6
    Total: 8
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2005
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5169

    Name of housing project: MAISON JOSEPH-VINCENT (ACCUEIL BONNEAU)
    2005-05
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Studio: 49
    Total: 49
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Remodeling
    Occupied since: Spring 2005
    Technical resources: Atelier Habitation Montréal
    ACL-5172

    Name of housing project: PAVILLON MARCELLE ET JEAN COUTU (MISSION OLD BREWERY)
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Bedrooms: 30
    Total: 30
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Remodeling
    Occupied since: Winter 2006
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5178

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. AU PIED DU COURANT
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 1
    4 ½ rooms: 6
    5 ½ rooms: 5
    6 ½ rooms: 5
    Total: 17
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Winter 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5186

    Name of housing project: ASSOCIATION LOGEMENT AMITIÉ
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 3: Unit for individuals with special needs
    Apartments:
    Bedrooms: 22
    Studio: 19
    3 ½ rooms: 1
    Total: 42
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Purchase/renovation
    Date d’occupation: Fall 2005 (subject to revision)
    Statut du projet: en Construction
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5202

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. CHUNG HUA - PHASE II
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 3
    4 ½ rooms: 4
    5 ½ rooms: 8
    Total: 15
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    LAQ-6014

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. LES DAMES DE CŒUR - PHASE II
    2005-05
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 3
    4 ½ rooms: 6
    Total: 9
    Program : Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Spring 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-270-8488
    Technical resources: Atelier Habitation Montréal
    LAQ-6031

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    Villeray—Saint-Michel—Parc-Extension

    Name of housing project: HAPOPEX - BLOOMFIELD
    2004-11
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    5 ½ rooms: 6
    Total: 6
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Winter 2003
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5111

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. DUROCHER-D’ANVERS
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 6
    5 ½ rooms: 20
    6 ½ rooms: 3
    7 ½ rooms: 1
    Total: 30
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5124

    Name of housing project: HAPOPEX DUROCHER
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    4 ½ rooms: 5
    5 ½ rooms: 20
    6 ½ rooms: 4
    7 ½ rooms: 1
    Total: 30
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5125

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. RÉSIDENCE CASABLANCA
    2005-09
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 3
    4 ½ rooms: 1
    5 ½ rooms: 10
    Total: 14
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Winter 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-933-2755
    Technical resources: Bâtir son quartier
    ACL-5163

    Name of housing project: RÉSIDENCE PÈRE-NICHOLAS-SALAMIS
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 2: Unit for senior citizens with slight loss of autonomy
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 55
    4 ½ rooms: 7
    Total: 62
    Program: AccèsLogis Québec
    Type of intervention: Construction
    Occupied since: Fall 2005
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-904-0958 / 514-849-7800 ext. 235
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    ACL-5206

    Name of housing project: COOP. D’HAB. LA COLLECTIVE
    2006-04
    Clientele: Category 1: Unit for families or single individuals
    Apartments:
    3 ½ rooms: 16
    4 ½ rooms: 16
    5 ½ rooms: 17
    6 ½ rooms: 4
    Total: 53
    Program: Logement abordable Québec
    Type of intervention: Remodeling
    Occupied since: Summer 2006
    For more information on this project: Tel.: 514-849-7800
    Technical resources: Groupe CDH
    LAQ-6058

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    Opération 15 000 logements
    An action plan for sustainable solutions

    There are a number of important housing-related issues in Montréal, including responding to the needs of households that are at risk or that have poor lodging, ensuring social diversity by offering affordable housing, encouraging families to choose Montréal as their place to live, improving sanitation in rental buildings and revitalizing disadvantaged neighbourhoods.

    To meet these challenges, Montréal has adopted the Opération 15 000 logements action plan for the period 2006-2009. The city intends to subsidize the creation of 5,000 social and community housing units as well as 10,000 interventions involving the private residential stock.

    "The purpose of our plan is to meet the housing needs of Montrealers, particularly people with low or moderate incomes, families, people living alone and households with special needs," said Mr. Cosmo Maciocia, member of the city’s executive committee responsible for housing.

    It is estimated that over the four-year period some $480 million of financial aid with contributions from the city, the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal (CMM) and the governments of Canada and Québec, will be awarded under the city's various housing programs. The Ville de Montréal will provide $100 million of the total amount. The economic and tax benefits of the Opération 15 000 logements are considerable: total investments of $1.5 billion and housing projects with a real estate value of some $1 billion.

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    Financial assistance programs offered by the city
    Montréal offers a number of programs which provide financial and technical assistance for the improvement and maintenance of residential buildings.

    This section offers a full range of information on financial assistance programs offered by Montréal: Home Ownership, Residential Renovation, Affordable Housing and Safety in Residential Buildings.

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    Home Adaptation for Senior Citzens

    We can make your life easier

    The Home Adaptation for Senior Citizens Program grants financial assistance of up to $3,500 to low-income seniors ages 65 or over who need to make minor home adaptations in order to continue to live safely and independently in their house on apartment. The Société d'habitation du Québec (SHQ) administers the program and has delegated its application within city limits to the city.

    What adaptations qualify for the program?

    Your home adaptations qualify for the program if they help relieve the difficulties you experience in carrying out certain everyday activities in your home.

    The adaptations must be permanent, built-in alterations to your home. For example, they may help you enter and leave your home or use your kitchen or bathroom facilities more easily.

    Examples of qualifying adaptations include the following:

    installing grab bars near the bathtub, and installing taps or handles that are easier to use.
    installing easily-accessible switches or electrical outlets.
    However, costs incurred for the purchase, maintenance or repair of aids to mobility such as wheelchairs and walkers do not qualify for support under the program.

    Are you eligible for the program?

    You may be eligible for the HASI Program if:

    you are 65 years of age or over.
    you find it difficult to carry out certain everyday activities in your home.
    your total household income does not exceed the amounts listed below that vary according to the number of people living with you and the municipality in which your home is located.
    1 person or couple $24,000
    2-3 persons, except couple $28,000
    4-5 persons $33,000
    6 persons and more $43,000
    These maximum qualifying levels are for households in Montréal.

    Other conditions also apply:
    A number of other conditions must also be met:

    the program applies only to the house or apartment that serves as your principal residence;
    your household must not have received HASI program assistance during the last three years for the house or apartment that you occupy.
    if you are a tenant, your landlord must agree to the work in writing;
    you must continue to occupy the adapted house or apartment as your principal residence for at least 6 months.
    Your apartment does not qualify for the program:
    If it is a part of low-rental housing (LRH) complex belonging to the Société d’habitation du Québec (SHQ) or to housing office.
    If it belongs to a housing cooperative or non-profit organization whose annual operating deficit is subsidized by the SHQ or by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).
    If it is located in a residential building used principally to house senior citizens.
    What type of financial assistance is available?

    Financial assistance takes the form of a subsidy of up to:

    $3,500 if the work is carried out by a contractor who holds the appropriate licences from the Régie du bâtiment du Québec;
    $1,750 if the work is not carried out by a licensed contractor. In such cases, the amount of the assistance will be based on the price of the materials and equipment only.
    The exact amount of assistance available will depend on the cost of the materials and labor required for the adaptations. The SHQ may set maximum levels.

    Only work carried out after an eligibility certificate is issued by the city will qualify for the program. It is therefore important not to begin work until you have obtained the certificate.

    In all cases, the subsidy is paid after the work has been completed.

    Are you interested?

    To see whether you qualify for the program, first make sure your household’s total income does not exceed the maximum qualifying level presented previously.

    To apply, call 514-872-4630 and if you are eligible, a city representative will visit your home to help you establish your needs.

    Please note that applications for assistance are processed on a first-come, first serve basis until the available funds have been exhausted.

    For more information, contact the Société d’habitation du Québec at 1-800-463-4315 (toll-free), e-mail infoshq@shq.gouv.qc.ca or visit the Services Québec office in your area.

    514-872-4630

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    Residential Adaptation Assistance Program (RAAP)

    The residential adaptation assistance program (RAAP), financed by the government of Québec, is designed to help people with disabilities to pay the cost of work needed to adapt their homes and make them accessible.

    Within city limits, the eligibility of the applicant is determined by the Société d'habitation du Québec (SHQ) and the program is implemented by the city.

    Who qualifies for financial assistance?

    All people with disabilities whose limitations affect their daily activities are eligible for financial assistance, provided:

    > they submit an occupational therapist's report stating that their impairment is significant and persistent and requires an alteration to their home.

    > they are not eligible for residential adaptation assistance under the insurance plans offered by the Société d'assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) or the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST).

    What type of work is admissible?

    Work is admissible if its purpose to change or adapt the disabled person's dwelling so that he or she is able to enter, leave and have independent access to the rooms and utilities required for everyday living. It must offer simple and economic solutions, and be carried out by a contractor licensed by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec.

    Examples include the installation of an outside access ramp, rearrangement of bathroom, widening of door frames, and so on.

    Which buildings are eligible?

    Any building used in whole or in part as the main residence of the disabled person is eligible. This includes a single-family house, an apartment building, a rooming house, a mobile, and so on.

    What does the financial assistance consist of?

    Financial assistance is provided in the form of a subsidy that varies according to whether the disabled person is part of a homeowner or tenant household. Maximum amounts are:
    > $16,000 for a homeowner household;
    > $8,000 for a tenant household renting an apartment;
    > $4,000 for a roomer.

    In certain exceptional cases, the SHQ may pay financial assistance in excess of the maximum amounts stipulated in the program. In such cases, grants may not exceed $23,000.

    Application for financial assistance

    Since the work becomes an integral part of the building, the application must be made by the landlord.

    Applications to the Residential Adaptation Assistance Program (RAAP) are considered on the basis of:
    > the number of applications on the waiting list (chronological order);
    > the available funding.

    Applications are processed as follows:
    1. PROVISIONAL APPLICATION
    Applicant must first call its SCCC (CLSC) or the city at 514 872-4630 to check their eligibility for financial assistance. If eligible, the applicant must then obtain a "Provisional Application Form" at a SCCC (CLSC) or at the reception desk of the Direction de l'habitation at 303 rue Notre-Dame Est, 4th Floor, Montréal.

    The applicant should then send the completed form signed by the landlord of the eligible building to the SHQ for examination and entry on the waiting list, where applicable.

    2. CREATING THE FILE
    When it is the time to process the application, the SHQ sends written notification to the health institution responsible for producing the occupational therapist's report, and to the city. The city then puts together a file of the eligible work, based on the occupational therapist's report, and establishes the amount of financial assistance required.

    3. APPROVING THE FILE AND EXECUTION OF THE WORK
    Once the file is complete, the city approves it and authorizes the applicant to begin the work. The work must be completed within 12 months from the approval date of the financial assistance.

    4. PAYMENT OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
    The financial assistance is paid in full to the homeowner when the work has been completed and the city has checked to ensure that it has been carried out as agreed.

    N.B. No work should be undertaken before the financial assistance is approved and the required permits are issued, otherwise the financial assistance could be cancelled.

    For information

    To find out more about the specific application of this program in Montréal, please contact the city at:

    514-872-4630

    For general information, visit the web site www.shq.gouv.qc.ca or contact the Société d'habitation du Québec at 1-800-463-4315 (toll-free); e-mail: infoshq@shq.gouv.qc.ca or visit the Services Québec office in your area.

    Note: This page provides an overview of the program; other conditions may apply.

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    Safety Improvement In Residential Buidings

    The program for improving safety in residential buildings is intended to help owners of buildings with at least nine dwellings and rooming houses with at least four rooms to comply with the minimum safety standards required by municipal by-law.

    Obligations
    What are the objectives of the program?

    The program is intended to improve safety in residential buildings by helping owners to equip such buildings with safety systems for fire protection and burglary prevention that comply with municipal standards.

    This program is funded jointly by the Société d'habitation du Québec and by Ville de Montréal as part of the Rénovation Québec program. The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation contributes to the assistance provided to low-income households.

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    Stabilization of Residential Building Foundations

    The Stabilization of Residential Building Foundation Program provides financial assistance to owner-occupants of residential buildings to consolidate foundations affected by subsidence.

    Obligations
    What are the objectives of this program?

    The program helps owner-occupants to face the substantial expenses of correcting foundation instability problems caused to their main residence by subsidence.

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    Urban Housing for Families

    The new Urban Housing for Families program is one of the municipal administration’s major commitments towards the family policy “Grandir à Montréal” and the 2008-2012 family action plan. This financial assistance program consists of a call for proposals intended for promoters in order to encourage them to offer a new line of residential products that conjugates families, density and some level of affordability.

    Instead of being selected on a "first come, first served" basis, proposals will be analyzed and rated according to specific quality criteria. Only the best proposals will be selected. The more points a proposal will collect, the higher it will be ranked in a priority list. The selection criteria have been grouped in three categories:

    The quality of the response to the needs of families in terms of architecture and layout (for a maximum of 50 points)
    The location within an urban living environment that answers the needs of families (for a maximum of 30 points)
    The efforts in terms of sustainable development and universal accessibility (for a maximum of 20 points)
    For further information on the selection criteria, do not hesitate to consult the Guide de présentation à l’intention des promoteurs (in French) in the publications section of the navigation bar on the left. This guide includes a roadmap listing the documents required to present a proposal and those required during the various steps of the process.

    Please note that this program is available for a limited time only. Proposals must be submitted by December 1. For full program details (in French), please click here.

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    Social and Community Housing

    To be eligible for financial assistance through the AccèsLogis Québec and Affordable Housing Québec program – Social and Community Component, a project must first be presented by a housing cooperative, a non-profit organization or the Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal.

    In order to develop their project and submit their request for financial assistance, these promoter organizations must talk to the consultants from the Technical Resource Groups (TRGs). The Ville de Montréal has recognized four TRGs to support the promoter partners and provide advice on the organization of associative life, file preparation, financial set-up as well as the architectural component of the project.

    From their design to their execution, the projects follow an administrative process comprised of four major phases: project emergence, project preparation, construction or renovation, and occupation of the dwelling units.

    Several types of projects can be eligible: the construction of new dwellings, the conversion of non-residential buildings into housing or the renovation of existing dwelling units. The selection of eligible projects is made in accordance with the targets of the social and community component of Opération 15 000 logements and subsidy budgets granted by the government of Québec.

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    Living in Montréal
    Montréal! Nowhere else in the greater Montréal area is there such good access to jobs and services, so close to homes. Nowhere else is there such a wide range of housing options to suit any budget or lifestyle. Whether you prefer a quiet neighbourhood or a lively urban street, you can find it in Montréal!

    Learn more about these benefits

    One of Montréal’s greatest assets is its diversity — the diversity of its neighbourhoods, population, services and cultural life.
    Nowadays, people want to spend more quality time with their children. Gas prices have given people second thoughts about how much time they spend in their cars and the costs of buying a second car, not to mention the impacts on the environment... Nowadays, people want to be sure that buying a home will be truly profitable in the long term. Living in Montréal offers very sound solutions to all of these concerns.
    For families, living in Montréal means giving their children the very best. It means being able to offer them quality time, as well as access to daycare, parks and schools within walking distance from home, in their own neighbourhood.

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    Living in Montréal: the winning formula

    A great deal

    Did you know that if you were to apply the cost of a second car to a 25-year mortgage, you would have the equivalent of $100,000 to put towards to purchase of a property in Montréal? Don’t wait any longer before turning this net expense into a lucrative investment!

    Saving instead of spending, that’s the opportunity offered Montrealers who, thanks to an exceptional public transportation network, can usually manage without a second vehicle. By choosing to invest the cost of a second car in real estate, they secure a profitable investment for themselves, while still being able to cover their public transportation expenses, rent a car when they need one... and buy a new bicycle every year if they wish!

    A sensible choice!

    According to a calculation grid developed by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), the annual cost of using a vehicle represents an average expense of $10,000 for about 18,000 kilometres.

    For many Montrealers, the resulting savings represent an undeniable advantage when compared to people living off the island, many of whom need a second family car for their daily commute.

    So, wouldn’t you say that choosing between a second car and a property in Montréal is a no-brainer?

    A better life

    Living in Montréal is a winning proposition for your well-being and for the environment.

    Living in Montréal means having everything close at hand. So close in fact that often, a car is no longer necessary. You can walk, pedal, or use public transportation. That way, you can enjoy the city beat while taking a significant step towards reducing polluting emissions. What a great equation!

    Throughout the neighbourhoods, on the lively streets where bakeries, greengrocers, cafés, restaurants, gourmet shops and ethnic food marts are side by side, Montrealers can enjoy a remarkable variety of products, services and experiences. Montréal’s neighbourhoods resemble urban villages with a rich social and community life. Many Montrealers take pleasure in socializing in the shops, in cafés, on street corners or in front of a school yard. Montréal’s neighbourhoods are, in a way, small towns within a big city!

    Living in Montréal definitely means greater convenience and conviviality!

    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

    Are you looking for housing?

    There are a number of ways to find dwellings for rent in Montréal. Here are some sources and resources on the Internet to help you find housing.

    General sources
    Montréal’s newspapers, including free ethnic and community papers and weekly papers
    Bulletin boards in libraries, community centres, grocery stores and laundromats
    Students can check with their university’s housing service
    Housing assistance services offered by community organizations
    Internet sources
    Web sites specializing in housing ads
    Web sites of daily newspapers
    Web sites of community, ethnic and weekly newspapers (classified section)
    Are you looking for handicapped-accessible housing?

    Contact the Centre de réadaptation Lucie-Bruneau’s Service Info Logement at 514 376-4757, extension 2222. This service centralizes and coordinates housing offers for people with handicaps or reduced mobility in the Montréal area.

    Service Info Logement [233,7 ko - 2 pages]
    Do you want to apply for social or community housing?

    Within the social component of Opération 15 000 logements, social and community housing includes cooperatives, non-profit organizations and affordable housing offered by the Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal. The construction of these dwellings is subsidized in order to serve households with low or moderate incomes. A household can be composed of a family, a couple, a group of individuals living together or a person living alone.
    To apply for an Opération 15 000 logements social or community housing unit, contact the technical resource group (TRG) in charge of the project listed in the Overview of projects section. TRGs can answer your questions and tell you if the project fits with your needs, if there are available dwellings and what the criteria for selection are.

    For more information, visit the following Web sites:

    Coopératives d’habitation (in French)
    Organismes d’habitation à but non lucratif (in French)
    Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal
    Do you want to apply for low-cost housing?

    To be eligible, applicants must meet certain criteria, particularly in regards to their income. Interested persons should complete the Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal application form. Application forms are also available at Accès Montréal offices

    To learn more about conditions of eligibility, visit the Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal (OMHM) Web site
    The OMHM has different phone numbers for each of its districts:
    North district: 514-868-4600
    Downtown district: 514-868-4650
    Southwest district: 514-868-4800
    West district: 514-868-4750
    East district: 514-868-4850

    STORM003 on 2009.03.22

    Service points for sanitation and maintenance issues

    Borough Adress Telephones
    Ahuntsic-Cartierville 555, rue Chabanel Ouest, Suite 600
    311
    Anjou 7171, rue Bombardier
    7701, boul. Louis-H. Lafontaine
    514-493-5115
    Côte-des-Neiges—
    Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 5160, boul. Décarie, 8th Floor, Suite 865
    311
    Lachine 1800, boul. Saint-Joseph
    514-637-PLUS
    LaSalle 55, avenue Dupras
    514-367-1000
    Le Plateau-Mont-Royal 201, avenue Laurier Est, 5th Floor
    311
    Le Sud-Ouest 815, rue Bel-Air
    514-872-1943
    Île-Bizard—
    Sainte-Geneviève 350, montée de l'Église
    514-620-7756
    Mercier—
    Hochelaga-Maisonneuve 5600, rue Hochelaga
    311
    Montréal-Nord 4243, rue de Charleroi
    311
    Outremont 544, avenue Davaas
    514-495-6234
    Pierrefonds-Roxboro 13665, boul. Pierrefonds
    311
    Rivière-des-Prairies—
    Pointe-aux-Trembles 8910, boulevard Maurice-Duplessis
    3445, rue Robert-Chevalier
    311
    Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie 5650, rue d’Iberville, 2th Floor
    311
    Saint-Laurent Bureau du citoyen
    777, boul. Marcel-Laurin
    514-855-6000
    311
    Saint-Léonard 7800, rue de La Salette
    514-328-8350
    311
    Verdun 4555, rue de Verdun
    514-765-7000
    Ville-Marie 888, boul. De Maisonneuve Est, 5th Floor
    311
    Villeray—Saint-Michel—
    Parc-Extension 405, rue Ogilvy, local 111
    514-868-3509

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