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You need help?

We have several services for you:

- Listening and referral services confidentially and without an appointment.

- Technical and IT support services in individual sessions (Facebook, Email, Word, Tablet, Zoom, etc.)

- Support services as needed.

- Legal consultation services by appointment.

- Respite, etc.


Group mentoring

We promote mutual support among women by offering a guided and supervised space for sharing to allow one to offer the other opportunities to develop their skills and the other to offer one the opportunity to hone their skills. social.

  School perseverance program in collaboration with UQAM

  Pairing young girls with women aged 50 and over

  Help for young women living in risky situations 
  Intervention with runaways


Our café-meeting is an opportunity to get out of social isolation to learn more and to express oneself on subjects of general interest. Our facilitators and speakers facilitate discussions to allow subjects to be deepened, test convictions, pool resources and seek solutions to common problems.


Examples of topics discussed during coffee meetings:

  Sex after 60                                    Sexual harassment
  Living with transgender women                     Personal hygiene 
  Homosexuality                                        Self-esteem
  Career reorientation

Popular education

We invite women to become aware of their reality, to understand the social structures that influence their conditions and to organize themselves to take control over their lives. W e assist in the ownership of a process that equips them to take action and to mobilize other citizens to influence decisions that affect their families, their communities and society.

Citizen participation begins with the ability to understand current events, the rules of Canadian democracy and the rule of law. Our popular education workshops therefore enable women to learn about their rights, duties and responsibilities as citizens.

Examples of themes discussed in the workshop:

• Wills                        The right to claim    
• Marriage contracts
              Democratic advocacy mechanisms        • Fraud prevention              How to sit on a board of directors.
• Informed consent
              The enlightened exercise of the right to vote,
                                       How to become a candidate for election                                                    school, municipal, provincial or federal.



and active listening

We help women overcome a situation by finding the answers to their problems on their own. We invite them to assess the resources at their disposal, to appropriate and articulate the solutions for which they will choose.  Our volunteers listen before answering women's questions, refer them to the appropriate resources and offer them relevant information to enable the person to make informed choices.

Examples of issues for which we are solicited:

  Psychological distress 
  Domestic violence 
  Suicide of a loved one 
  Roaming and people without resources 

Montreal-East / Pointe-aux-Trembles Women's Center
12 125, rue Notre-Dame Est, office 164
Montreal, (Quebec), H1B 2Y9

Telephone: (514) 645-6068
Fax: (514) 645-3009

General Email:

Monday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Tuesday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Thursday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Friday: closed

Saturday: closed

Sunday: Closed

** Please note that we are on break every working day from 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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