Action-Jeunesse de l’Ouest-de-l'Île (AJOI) is an organization offering intervention and prevention services by street workers, to young people between the ages of 12 and 25.
Telephone: 514-674-1270

ANEB Quebec (Anorexia and Bulimia Quebec) provides support to individuals and their families who are affected by eating disorders.
Telephone: 514-630-0907

West Island CJE along with its partners, supports young adults through programs such as social reintegration, job search, returning to school and entrepreneurship.
Telephone: 514-782-0433

Centre Bienvenue provides intervention and referral services to adults suffering from mental illness.
Telephone: 514-421-2212

Volunteer West Island provides seniors experiencing a loss of autonomy with the opportunity to live at home through Meals on Wheels and a home support service.
Telephone: 514-457-5445

Jeanne-Sauvé Adult Education Centre supports students planning their future and helps them to succeed. Targeted values include respect, autonomy development, and responsibility.
Telephone: 514-855-4195

Montreal West Island Crisis Centre offers services to adults experiencing psychosocial distress, as well as to their family and friends.
Telephone: 514-684-6160

West Island Community Resource Centre is a bilingual resource service providing valuable information on health and social services.
Telephone: 514-694-6404

West Island Health and Social Services Centre provides the public with health and social services.
Telephone – CLSC Pierrefonds: 514-626-2572; CLSC Lac-Saint-Louis: 514-697-4110

Family Resource Centre supports families with children, teenagers and young adults experiencing academic difficulties.
Telephone: 514-685-5912

L’Arrimage is a work integration and job support service for people with severe mental health problems.
Telephone: 514-389-9393

Omega Centre is a Dorval day centre. It is operated by the West Island Council for Psychiatric Needs and provides services to adults suffering from mental health problems.
Telephone: 514-631-2760

Friends for Mental Health (West Island) provides essential support as well referral services and respite to families coping with the mental illness of a loved one.
Telephone: 514-636-6885

West Island Citizen Advocacy helps people with mental health problems.
Telephone: 514-694-5850

Community Perspective in Mental Health (W I) provides consultation and follow-up visits to people suffering from emotional or psychological distress.
Telephone: 514-696-0972

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