Local community organizations provide a variety of resources and services to assist seniors and to help them stay in their homes for as long as possible. The resources listed below offer their services to residents in Montreal West.

211 for all community and public resources info is an information and referral service available 7 days a week, from 8 am to 6 pm, 365 days a year. The directory is also available on the web. In collaboration with community organizations, all information on social and community resources is updated annually.
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211

NDG Senior Citizens’ Council: Since 1975, NDGSCC has brought together people who are concerned with providing a better quality of life for low income older residents of N.D.G. and Montreal West. Programs include weekly meetings at the Montreal West United Church and Income Tax Clinics.
Website
514-487-1311


Housekeeping

Clean sweepers is a social economy enterprise whose mission is to provide quality domestic aid services and create sustainable employment.
Website
514-484-4266


Food

Free grocery delivery

The CSSS Cavendish, New Hope Community Centre and the Provigo (corner of Cavendish and Sherbrooke) offer a group grocery shopping program on the first Tuesday of each month. A bus will provide seniors with a free round trip from their home to Provigo. You must call to register.
514-484-7878 ext. 1365

MADA Community Centre is a volunteer-based organization that evolved from a small neighbourhood centre to Montreal’s central address for fighting poverty in our community.
Website
514-342-4969

Meals on Wheels
514-842-3351

The Depot Community Food Centre is a community-based non-profit organization founded in 1986 that works collaboratively with other community partners to address issues of food security in NDG and the surrounding areas.
Website
514-483-4680

New Hope Senior Citizens’ Center offers a homemade, delicious, healthy and affordable three course meal. It is open as a drop in activity to all New Hope Members.
Website
514-484-0425


Visiting services

Extra miles senior visiting program offers companionship and encouragement to socially isolated and/or housebound seniors in Notre Dame-de-Grace and Montreal West, through the kind-heartedness of dedicated volunteers.
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Service of spiritual accompaniment of sick and elderly persons in their own homes
Website
514-272-4441


Caregiver support

Alzheimer Groupe Inc (AGI) is a charitable organization that offers therapeutic programs to individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Additionally, AGI provides support services to families and professional care partners, focusing on best practices in dementia care, while sensitizing the community at large through education and awareness.
Website
514-487-1311

AMI-Quebec Action on Mental Illness is a non-profit organization that helps families manage the effects of mental illness through support, education, guidance, and advocacy.
Website
514-486-1448 or 1-877-303-0264

Baluchon Alzheimer aims to offer respite, support and assistance to caregivers who wish to keep their loved ones affected by Alzheimer’s disease or certain similar disorders at home, in accordance with the values established by the organization.
Website
514-762-2667

L’appui: Our mission is to improve the quality of life of those providing care to older adults in Quebec, and to ensure they are recognized for what they do.
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McGill University: Dementia Education Program to Support Caregivers
Website

Telephone support lines

Ligne Aide Abus Ainés
514-489-2287
1-888-489-2287

Tel-ainés
514-353-2463

Info aidants (for caregivers)
1-855-852-7784

AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)
514-376-9230

Narcotics Anonymous
514-249-0555

Suicide Action Montréal
514-723-4000

SOS Suicide
1-800-595-5580