Our resources

Here are links to resources that may be useful to you. These organizations may offer assistance or respite to people in distress.

Useful links to accompany you

CRIPHASE : Centre de Ressources et d’Indervention Pour Hommes Abusés Sexuellement dans leur Enfance
The Resource and Intervention Center for Sexually Abused Men in their Childhood (CRIPHASE) is a non-profit organization that helps men who have experienced this trauma free themselves from this heavy burden and live a happier life.

Separated Fathers
A leading non-profit organization recognized by separated fathers and men in the context of family transition. We promote the well-being and health of fathers and their engagement with children and the community.

SAC : Service d’Aide aux Conjoints
This Web site is designed to give you a picture of the services we provide for men experiencing relationship problems such as breakups, conflicts, jealousy and domestic violence. We offer our services to all men, including homosexuals and male victims of spousal abuse.

Le centre de ressources pour hommes
L’Entraide pour hommes de Montréal (EPHM) offers you, as a man, a place of solidarity and mutual aid.

Grossesse-Secours provides women and girls with listening, support and information related to pregnancy and related topics with great respect for their reality and personal choices.

Le Centre des femmes de Montréal
The mission of the Women’s Centre of Montréal is to provide educational and vocational training, as well as information, counselling and referral services to help women help themselves.

Jeunesse J’Écoute
Jeunesse, J’écoute is the only pan-Canadian consultation and referral service available day and night by phone and on the Internet.

Kids Help Phone is the only pan-Canadian consultation and referral service available day and night by phone and on the Internet.

CAVAC : Crime Victims Assistance Center
The assistance centres for victims of crime, known as CAVACs, are there to help you overcome the physical, mental and social consequences of crime. The professional services they provide are confidential and free of charge — feel free to contact them!

Domestic Violence
A resource that helps people who are victims of domestic violence.

Centre de réadaptation en dépendances 
Since April 1, 2015, the Centre Intégré Universitaire de Santé et des Services Sociales (CIUSSS) of Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal  brings together 10 former Montreal health and social services institutions, including the Centre de réadaptation en dépendance de Montréal – Institut universitaire. (French Website)

Drugs : help and referral
Drug: help and referral (DAR) offers support, information and referral to people affected by drug addiction, throughout Quebec.

Al-Anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem.

Alcooliques Anonymes du Québec
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international movement of men and women who had an alcohol problem

Portal of the Government of Quebec informing about the use of drugs and its prevention.

Canadian Mental Health Association
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), founded in 1918, is one of the oldest voluntary organizations in Canada. Each year, we provide services and supports to more than 1.3 million Canadians through the combined efforts of more than 11,000 volunteers and staff across Canada in over 330 communities.

AQPAMM : Association québécoise des parents et amis de la personne atteinte de maladie mentale inc.
L’association québécoise des parents et amis de la personne atteinte de maladie mentale dispense aux membres des familles et amis ayant un proche atteint de problèmes de santé mentale, des services de soutien, de référence et d’information.

Douglas : Depressive disorders program
The Depressive and Suicide Disorders Program at Douglas Hospitl is a superspecialized (third-line) service for youth and adults who suffer from refractory and/or recurrent major depressive disorder with or without the presence of suicidal behaviour. The program offers cutting-edge treatment for clients and provides support to families to help them interact with the person in difficulty.

Projet PAL
Projet PAL, a bilingual community organization founded in 1975, responds to these issues by offering diverse services using an alternative approach of empowerment and mutual aid.