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REHABILITATION&ADAPTION&SOCIAL INTEGRATION

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Rehabilitation / Adaptation / Social Integration
General

Atelier le Fil d'Ariane

This is an Art Rehabilitation Center and workshop for adults living with intellectual disabilities or pervasive developmental disorders. Their diversified program offers their craftsmen the opportunity to develop their personal autonomy as well as their socio-professional skills through expressive activities and art.

Address: 4837 Boyer St. Suite 100, Montreal, Quebec, H2J 3E6
Tel: 514-842-5592
Website:  www.atelierlefildariane.org 

Avatil Center for Development

Encourages personal and social development through programs, provides emotional support and job assistance, and fosters community acceptance. For adolescents and young adults with mild or borderline intellectual disabilities. Includes training for independent living, community support and social/discussion groups.

Address: 387, 40th Avenue, Lachine, Quebec H8T 2E7
Tel: 514-634-8944
Email: info@avatil.org
Website: www.avatil.org

Centre Au Puits

The Centre promotes the participation and social integration of people living with a mental health problem, a mild intellectual disability and/or autism. This is achieved by offering a variety of workshops and empowerment projects.

Address: 3505 Bagot, Montreal, Quebec, H1X 1C4
Tel: 514-843-5004
Email: info@centreaupuits
Website: https://www.centreaupuits.org/

Centre Champagnat

Offers training in social integration, aiming at the development of functional autonomy for adults with an intellectual disability

Address: 5017 St. Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2J 2X9
Tel: 514-350-8060 or 514-350-8800
Website: https://centre-champagnat.cssdm.gouv.qc.ca/

Center for Educational and Pedagogical Resources (CREP)

The project focuses on the self-determination and enhancement of the autonomy of adults living with ID or ASD through social integration and the integration of digital tools.

Address: 3000 Beaubien East Montreal, Quebec, H1Y 1H2
Tel: 514- 596-4567
Website:  https://centre-ressources-educatives.cssdm.gouv.qc.ca/

Centre Libres Expressions

A daytime activity center for adults living with intellectual disabilities. The focus is on their autonomy and potential.

Address: 14115 Prince Arthur, Suite 146,Riviere-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles, Mtl., QC. H1A 1A8
Tel: 514-787-0131
Email: centrelibresexpressions@mainbourg.org
Website: https://mainbourg.org/centre-communautaire/centre-libre-expression/

Centre Rehabilitation Marie-Enfant of the CHU Sainte-Justine

Provides newborns, children and teenagers who have motor or speech disabilities with highly specialized services in the areas of rehabilitation-accommodation, integration and social participation. Develops personalized intervention programs, tailored to the needs of each child or teenager, including those of the family.

Address: 5200 Bélanger Street East, Montreal, Quebec H1T 1C9
Tel: 514-374-1710
Website: https://readaptation.chusj.org/en/Home

Parrainage Civique Montréal

Supports people with intellectual disabilities in their integration and social participation.

Address: 4450 St. Hubert Suite 424, Montreal, Quebec, H2J 2W9
Tel: 514-843-8813
Website: https://www.parrainagemontreal.org

L’Arche Montréal

Workshop offers training and animation for people living with intellectual disabilities

Address: 6105 Jogues, Montreal, Quebec H4E 2W2
Tel: 514-761-7307
Email: info@larche-montreal.org
Website: larche-montreal.org/en/

L'Archipel de l'avenir

They offer a range of services and activities to support the independence and social inclusion of adults with ASD.

Address: 10780 Lavendure Suite 304, Montreal, Quebec H3L 2L9
Tel: 438-497-2724
Website: http://www.larchipeldelavenir.org

La Gang à Rambrou

Enables social participation, integration, inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities or autism by offering the opportunity to increase social skills, develop personal skills, increase self-esteem, express themselves and exercise their rights.

Address: 5615 Pierre-de-Coubertin, Montreal, Quebec, H1N 1R1
Tel: 438-391-7195
Website: http://rambrou.ca

Les Jumeleurs Espace Communautaire

This organization works with adults who have an intellectual disability, learning disability and autism. Their mission is to contribute to improving the empowerment and living conditions of their clients.

Address: 2590 Jarry East, Montreal, Quebec, H1Z 0A3
Tel: 514- 374.9050 ext. 223 or 514-475-5593
Email: info@jumeleurs.ca
Website: https://www.jumeleurs.ca/

Lethbridge-Layton–Mackay Rehabilitation Centre

Located at three sites — Lethbridge site provides services to adults (18yrs +) with a neurological, rheumatological or neuromusculoskeletal condition. Layton site provides visual rehabilitation programs and services to blind and visually impaired individuals of all age groups. Mackay site provides rehabilitation for children with motor, speech, and language impairments; also, programs for Deaf and Hard-of-hearing for all age groups.

Lethbridge Site

The Centre has several programs, two of which are Assistive Technology and Driving Evaluation and Vehicle Adaptation. Their satellite centre is located at:
Address:16777 Hymus Blvd, Kirkland, Quebec H9H 3L4
Tel: 514-695-7565

Address: 7005 de-Maisonneuve Blvd W., Montreal, Quebec H4B 1T3
Tel: 514-487-1891
Website: https://www.crllm.ca

Layton Site

Provides visual rehabilitation programs and services to blind and visually impaired individuals and services deaf and hard of hearing adults and seniors.

Address: 7000 Sherbrooke West, Montreal, Quebec H4B 1R3
Tel: 514-489-8201
Email: mabinfo@ssss.gouv.qc.ca
Website: www.mabmackay.ca

Mackay Site

Provides rehabilitation for children with motor, speech, and language impairments.

Address: 3500 Decarie Blvd, Montreal, Quebec H4A 3J5
Tel: Tel: 514-482-0500 TTY: 514-482-0487
Email: mabinfo@ssss.gouv.qc.ca
Website: www.mabmackay.ca

March of Dimes Canada

Although a national organization, the services and programs available in Quebec are:

  • Conductive Education® (available in summer in partnership with Le Centre Hyperbare de L'Ile)
  • CanVet Vocational Rehabilitation Services
  • Post-Polio Canada (Peer Support)
  • Stroke Recovery Canada® (Peer Support)
  • Recreation & Integration Services - Accessible Travel

Address: 10 Overlea Blvd., Toronto, ON, M4H 1A4
Tel: 1-800-263-3463
Email: info@marchofdimes.ca
Website: www.marchofdimes.ca

Projet P.A.L.

A bilingual organization for people over 18 years old living with mental health challenges. Offers a drop-in centre, housing services, community action program, and individual aid and accompaniment program.

Address: 861 Rue de l'Èglise, Verdun, Quebec, H4G 2N3
Tel: 514-767-4701
Email: info@projetpal.com
Website: www.projetpal.com

Rèvanous

The centre develops and offers a range of services and activities aimed at the autonomy and social inclusion of people living with a mild intellectual disability.

Address: 9870 Lavendure, Suite 100 Montreal, Quebec H3L 0A7
Tel: 514-528-8833
Website: https://www.revanous.org

West Montreal Readaptation Centre (CROM) 

Offers adaptation, rehabilitation and social integration services to persons with intellectual disabilities PDD. Some of their services include work integration (see Section 6.3) community integration and residential integration.

Address: 8000 Notre Dame West, Lachine, Quebec H8R 1H2
Tel: 514-363-3025
Website: https://ciusss-ouestmtl.gouv.qc.ca/en/contact-location/rehabilitation-centre-for-people-with-intellectual-disabilities-or-a-pervasive-development-disorder/west-montreal-readaptation-centre/