Offers support services for migrants, including a youth support program, homework help, and support for parents.
Supports the immigration process and integration of refugee families in the Laurentians.
Accueil aux immigrants de l’est de Montréal
Several psychosocial services are available for youth and their families to promote their integration
La maison d’Haïti
Offers several activities and services aimed at strengthening, developing, and supporting youth aged 9 to 25.
Various services to support the integration process of immigrant families into Quebec life.
Health or psychological services:
PRAIDA (Programme régional d’accueil et d’intégration des demandeurs d’asile
514 484-7878 poste 5
Health and social services offered to asylum seekers, people in need of regularization of their immigration status, and refugees, including services for children with special needs and support for unaccompanied minors.
Free psychological support services for immigrants, especially asylum seekers and refugees..
1 866 REVIVRE (738-4873)
Support for people affected by anxiety disorders, depression, or bipolar disorder..
Clinique de psychiatrie transculturelle à l’Hôpital Jean-Talon
514 729-3036 ext 7287
Consultation, assessment, and clinical intervention for culturally diverse individuals and families.
Clinique externe de pédiatrie transculturelle de l’Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont
The transcultural pediatric outpatient clinic helps workers with immigrant children and their families who, when moving from the country of origin to their host society, may experience various difficulties.
Centre de ressources multiculturelles en santé mentale
The CRMSM provides access to resources in multiple languages to support culturally safe and competent mental health care for Canada’s diverse population.
Répertoire des Professionnels de la Santé Mentale BIPOC à
Directory of mental health resources such as organizations, professionals, or crisis hotlines.
It takes a village Lab
Research Laboratory on the positive development of youth with an immigrant background and racialized groups