Our Community Networks and Partners

We are extremely grateful for the support we receive.

Our Community Networks and Partnerships

AMI-Quebec is a non-profit organization that helps families manage the effects of mental illness through support, education, guidance, and advocacy. Programs are free.

Ancoura is a not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization and a registered charity in Ottawa. Ancoura’s mission is to provide a nurturing and fulfilling environment for adults living with a mental illness, through stable, affordable housing and a supportive community.

Founded in 2011, the ARC is a not-for-profit community-based organization that promotes access to services in English in the Montérégie.

Promotes and develops quality volunteering with a focus on community support, since 1978.

Provides quality, continuous health care and social services, in collaboration with our partners in the territory.

Provides a range of general, specialized and highly specialized care and services. It is known for its teaching activities and for its Research centre focused on innovative health interventions. It is a designated university health centre affiliated with Université de Sherbrooke.

CHSSN contributes to the vitality of English-speaking communities of Quebec by building strategic relationships and partnerships within the health and social services system to improve access to services.

Emergency food assistance. Financial assistance for rent, medication, electricity and telephone bills.

Provides a stable and fulfilling environment for people with a mental illness through safe, affordable housing and inclusion in a community that supports their social, material and spiritual needs.

L’Alternative Centregens aims to facilitate the social reinsertion and mutual aid of people experiencing or having experienced a mental health problem.

An independent community organization committed to the social integration of adults in the Greater Longueuil region struggling with significant mental health issues. They have nine rooms.

La Mosaïque is a not for profit organization, whose mission is to reinforce the social fabric of the urban agglomeration of Longueuil, offering services with the goal of promoting the autonomy and social integration of the less fortunate.

An organization specializing in assisting immigrants on the South Shore of Montreal, Maison Internationale de la Rive-Sud, in partnership with the Ministry of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion of Quebec, has offered its services to newly arrived immigrants in Quebec for 43 years.

Provides people with a mental health problem with quality, long-term housing in the community and the support they need to live independently.

A volunteer-based non-profit corporation whose objective is to build a sense of community among the Montreal South Shore English-speaking community groups by helping to encourage awareness of their various activities, programs, and support services.

Offers a voice for people living with mental health problems.
Fosters a meeting place and support for workers

Develops and organizes training on various mental health issues for the community.

During Mental Health Week, raises public awareness of alternatives for better mental health.

Multisectoral grouping of community and institutional organizations as well as citizens working to find solutions to homelessness.

Brings together the autonomous community organizations of the Montérégie which intervene in the field of health and social services.

Promotes and increase access to public health and social services for the English-speaking population in the Montérégie.

Our Funding Partners

Association of Retired Catholic Educators (ARCA)

Employment and Social Development Canada – Canada Summer Jobs Program

Fednav Community Employees’ Committee

Filipino – Canadian Society of the South Shore

Fondation André Gauthier

Fondation Jacques Francoeur

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Programme de soutien aux organismes communautaires (PSOC)

Stratégie des partenariats de lutte contre l’itinérance (SPLI)

Our Fellow Travellers