For high school students, help with homework (9 years and older), prevention, help for dropouts. Every day from 9am to 5pm.
L’Ancre Don Bosco – Centre de Jeunes ADB (Mercier sector)
9181 rue Ste-Claire, Montréal, QC, H1L 4A5
Contact : 514-351-1900.
Youth meeting centre (5-15 years old): help with homework, games room, computers, activities. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 6 pm to 9 pm.
Fight against early drop-out (12-16 years old). The organization offers young dropouts and students experiencing difficulties, renewal of self-worth workshops, school support, and special workshops.
4329, rue Lafontaine, Montréal, QC, H1V 1N9
Contact : 514-899-5499.
Resource for pregnant girls (22 years and under): drop-in daycare, workshops on parenting, renewal of self-worth, support, return to school.
En Marge (Bilingual)
1151 rue Alexandre De Sève, Montréal, QC. H2L 2T9
Administration : 514-849-7738. Housing : 514-849-7117.
The only place in Montreal offering unconditional reception 24/7/365 to street minors (French and English-speaking), as well as their entourage. Find out more. En Marge 12-17 is an open door to something other than the street. A safety net for young people in reflection, looking for themselves.
Association Les chemins du soleil
1155 rue Alexandre de Sève, Montréal, QC, H2L 2T7
Contact : 615-528-9991. Monday to Friday 9am-5pm and 6pm-9pm. Saturday 6pm-9pm, Closed Sunday. Website: http://www.lescheminsdusoleil.org
Leisure activities, education, games, outings, to help young people realize their dreams and build their future.
First Stop (bilingual)
Kiosk at the Montreal bus station. 1717 rue Berri.
To help prevent homelessness and criminal recruiting, First Stop offers front-line welcome
and referral services for vulnerable persons, when they arrive in the downtown area without any resources. Montreal bus terminal.
Don Bosco Youth Leadership Center (bilingual)
11991 avenue Pierre-Baillargeon, Montréal, QC, H1E 2E5
Located in Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles.
Contact: Père Richard, 514-648-4348; firstname.lastname@example.org
Tutoring services (all levels); “Moms and Tots” program; summer camps for kindergarten to high school; counselling services, emotional support and resources for personal situations; physically disabled recreation and social program.
Offers young adults a living and working environment - an ecological farm in the Cap Saint-Jacques nature park - that promotes their social and professional integration through manual activities.
1475 avenue Morgan, Montréal, QC, H1V 2P6
Contact : 514-251-0805
Housing and reintegration center for young, male former alcoholics or former drug addicts.
Contact: Mattia Guarraggi, 514-268-6585
Social Justice Group "Cooking with fire" (intergenerational)
Once a month, opportunity for collective cooking or preparing meals for a social work (ex. Maison du Père)
Franciscains de l’Emmanuel
NOTA BENE : DÉMÉNAGE fin août 2018.
Contact : Frère Denis-Antoine, 514-762-4049
Listening, referrals, help, and personalized support;
Reception and accommodation for young students and workers looking for a job or having difficulty finding a job who wish to continue on the human and spiritual road.
«Chez Pops» Day Center 1664 rue Ontario est, Montréal (Québec). H2L 1S7.
Contact : 514-526-7677
Provide services to youth to help them survive and get off the streets. Hot meals, consultations with medical specialists such as nurses and psychologists, social reintegration programs, a school, services from trained and specialized workers, legal information, diversified workshops such as music and art workshops, yoga workshops, dog training workshops, etc.
Le Bunker. 514-524-0029. Open every night (17 places).
Safe, co-ed, emergency shelter for youth aged 12 to 21. We offer young people in difficult the opportunity to access:
• basic services (rest, hot meals, shower, washing)
• the services of trained and specialized workers (reception, listening, referral, support).
Le refuge des jeunes
1836 rue Ste-Catherine est, Montréal, QC, H2K 2H3
Contact : 514-849-4221.
To help young men (17-25 years old) who are in difficulty and homeless.
Café-Jeunesse Multiculturel's mission is to offer a permanent place in Montreal-North and the surrounding region for young people from different cultures, aged 13 to 30, to meet and interact, creating a space conducive to personal development, integration, involvement and citizen participation. Psychosocial support services. Mutual aid, community, multiculturalism, and humanism are part of the organization's overall approach.
DESTA- Black youth network (The Padua Centre)
1950, St. Antoine Street West, Montreal, QC, H3J 1A5
DESTA is an outreach mission to young adults (18-25) in the black community,
to strengthen identity through inter-generational dialogue; to empower self-esteem;
to ensure that all young adults have access to the resources and support
they need to develop their potential.
The JEC is a movement of young people aged 12 to 25 that aims to cultivate responsible, critical, and committed citizens. To achieve these objectives, the movement proposes a pedagogy of action in the community (school, neighbourhood, parish, city), based on concrete realities that touch and concern these young people, and a spirituality nourished by the Christian tradition of social commitment which invites us to develop a new look at these realities.
J.O.C. – Jeunesse Ouvrière Catholique (Montréal)
3119 Monsabré, Montréal, QC, H1N 2L3
Contact : 438-764-5626
Fondation de la JOC. Contact : 514-255-3319. email@example.com
Gathering of young workers aged 16 to 30, with or without employment, aimed at organizing activities according to their needs: training activities on labour standards, employability, leisure activities.