Doctors and pharmacists zone

Mental Health

Crisis Centre

Individials dealing with a difficult situation or a crisis should first communicate with a crisis centre where professionals offer services 24 hours a day, seven days a week: consultation, evaluation, reference, orientation, follow-up and, in some cases, short-term housing. 

Montreal West Island Crisis Centre 

wicrisiscenter.com

514-684-6160

Other resources

Action Autonomie 

Promotion and defence of mental health rights. 

actionautonomie.qc.ca 

514-525-5060

Arrimage 

Employment integration and retention for people living with serious mental health disorders. 

514-389-9393

Aneb Quebec - Anorexie et boulimie Québec 

anebquebec.com

Helps people directly or indirectly affected by a food disorder. 

For information about Aneb Québec, consult this document. (in French)

514-630-0907

Centre Bienvenue 

centrebienvenue.org

Orientation for employment, studies or volunteering. Employment searches and retention along with intensive follow-up. Day Centre. 

For information about Centre Bienvenue, consult this document. (in French)

514-421-2212

Crisis Centre

For information about the Crises Centre, consult this document(in French)

centredecriseoi.com

Community Perspective In Mental Health 

Community follow-up and assistance. Assistance with housing searches. 

For information about the Community Perspective, consult this document(in French)

514-696-0972

pcsm-cpmh.org

Friends Of Mental Health 

Bilingual association for parents and friends of people affected by mental illness. 

For information about the Friends Of Mental Health, consult this document(in French)

514-636-6885

Équipe Entreprise

For information about the Équipe Entreprise, consult this document

514-636-1081

equipeentreprise.org

Tel-Aide 

Free and confidential listening service for people in distress, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

514-935-1101

West Island Council for Psychiatric Needs Inc. 

Group homes and supervised apartments.

514-683-1647

omegacenter.org

West Island Citizen Advocacy 

Support for the elderly and people with a mental health problem or a disability. Supervised residences. 

For information about the West Island Citizen Advocacy, consult this document(in French)

514-694-5850

westislandcitizenadvocacy.com

Action jeunesse de l'Ouest-de-l'Île (AJOI) / West Island Youth Action 

Street worker program for at risk youth and young adults in your neiborhood. 

514-292-1270

ajoi.info

Other community organizations offer psychological and support services. You can get information from the West Island Community Resource Centre

514-694-6404 

crcinfo.ca