We do our best to ensure our participants receive as much support as we can offer. The provincial resources below are listed according to specific sectors.
If you are looking for a comprehensive list of services on all aspects of life in Quebec, we encourage you to visit the website of the Government of Quebec.
The Childcare Establishment Locator allows you to find contact information for all Québec childcare centres and day care centres.
Get help finding, choosing, and paying for child care from the Government of Québec.
Find available and recognized daycare spaces in Québec.
Employment & Training
Grouping of all employment services from the Government of Québec.
Organizations specializing in employability who offer support, counseling and job search support services, as well as labor market preparation activities.
Organization whose mission is the socio-professional integration of adults in the labour market.
Free support to immigrants in their efforts to integrate into the labour market and into Québec society.
The purpose of the Aim for Employment Program is to offer participants financial assistance and personalized support in order to help them enter the labour market and become financially self-sufficient.
Program that promotes the grouping of public, private, and community in order to create community and affordable housing for low and moderate income households and for people with special housing needs.
Network bringing food donations to the people who need it most throughout Québec.
Website that groups all food aid services in the Grand Montréal region.
The Ministère du Travail, de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale (MTESS) administers the Social Assistance Program and the Social Solidarity Program. These programs allow low-income people who meet certain criteria to obtain a certain amount of money (benefit).
Find out about the eligibility criteria for payment of the reduced contribution to occupy a subsidized daycare space.
Resources to get financial help to pay for your full-time or part-time studies in Québec.
Program that provides additional financial assistance to low-income households.
Indigenous Youth Services
The QNW represents women from the Indigenous Peoples in Quebec and Indigenous women living in urban areas.
Provincial association of Native Friendship Centres who has advocated for 45 years in the rights and interests of Indigenous citizens in cities and actively supports the development of Native Friendship Centres.
The Réseau jeunesse des Premières Nations Québec-Labrador (RJPNQL) is the main representative body for First-Nations Youth in the Quebec-Labrador region.
Organization whose mission is to support the holistic health, cultural strength and success of Indigenous families, individuals and community living in the greater Montreal area.
Complete list of helplines and talk lines by region.
Find all the information you need on wellbeing, mental health and mental disorders.
Find a Local community services centres near you.
Schedule appointments for family medicine online.
E-consult : Consult a doctor without leaving home.
Registration to find a family doctor.