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Troubled Youth


Ancre des jeunes
3565, boulevard LaSalle, Verdun, QC, H4G 1Z5
Contact : 514-769-1654 or 514-769-0381; ancredesjeunes@bellnet.ca
Website: www.ancredesjeunes.org

For high school students, help with homework (9 years and older), prevention, help for dropouts. Every day from 9am to 5pm.


L’Ancre Don Bosco – Centre de Jeunes ADB (Mercier sector)
9181 rue Ste-Claire, Montréal, QC, H1L 4A5
Contact : 514-351-1900.
Website: https://sites.google.com/a/ancredonbosco.org/accueil/

Youth meeting centre (5-15 years old): help with homework, games room, computers, activities. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 6 pm to 9 pm.


4329, rue Lafontaine, Montréal, QC, H1V 1N9
Contact : 514-259-0634; revdec@videotron.ca
Website: http://www.revdec.org

Fight against early drop-out (12-16 years old). The organization offers young dropouts and students experiencing difficulties, renewal of self-worth workshops, school support, and special workshops.


Petit Revdec
4329, rue Lafontaine, Montréal, QC, H1V 1N9
Contact : 514-899-5499.
Website: http://www.revdec.org

Resource for pregnant girls (22 years and under): drop-in daycare, workshops on parenting, renewal of self-worth, support, return to school.


En Marge (Bilingual)
1151 rue Alexandre De Sève, Montréal, QC. H2L 2T9
Administration : 514-849-7738. Housing : 514-849-7117.
Website: http://www.enmarge1217.ca

The only place in Montreal offering unconditional reception 24/7/365 to street minors (French and English-speaking), as well as their entourage. Find out more. En Marge 12-17 is an open door to something other than the street. A safety net for young people in reflection, looking for themselves.


Association Les chemins du soleil
1155 rue Alexandre de Sève, Montréal, QC, H2L 2T7
Contact : 615-528-9991. Monday to Friday 9am-5pm and 6pm-9pm. Saturday 6pm-9pm, Closed Sunday. Website: http://www.lescheminsdusoleil.org

Leisure activities, education, games, outings, to help young people realize their dreams and build their future.


First Stop (bilingual)
Website: http://www.ymcamontreal.qc.ca
Kiosk at the Montreal bus station. 1717 rue Berri.
Tel. 514-284-2247.

To help prevent homelessness and criminal recruiting, First Stop offers front-line welcome
and referral services for vulnerable persons, when they arrive in the downtown area without any resources. Montreal bus terminal.


Don Bosco Youth Leadership Center (bilingual)
11991 avenue Pierre-Baillargeon, Montréal, QC, H1E 2E5
Located in Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles.
Contact: Père Richard, 514-648-4348; info@dbylc.com
Website: http://www.dbylc.com

Tutoring services (all levels); “Moms and Tots” program; summer camps for kindergarten to high school; counselling services, emotional support and resources for personal situations; physically disabled recreation and social program.


D-Trois Pierres
183, chemin du Cap St-Jacques, Pierrefonds, QC, H9K 1C6
Contact: 514-620-7754; info@d3pierres.com
Website: http://www.d3pierres.com

Offers young adults a living and working environment - an ecological farm in the Cap Saint-Jacques nature park - that promotes their social and professional integration through manual activities.


L’Escale Notre-Dame
1475 avenue Morgan, Montréal, QC, H1V 2P6
Contact : 514-251-0805
Website: http://www.escalenotredame.com

Housing and reintegration center for young, male former alcoholics or former drug addicts.
Contact: Mattia Guarraggi, 514-268-6585

Social Justice Group "Cooking with fire" (intergenerational)
Once a month, opportunity for collective cooking or preparing meals for a social work (ex. Maison du Père)


Franciscains de l’Emmanuel
NOTA BENE : DÉMÉNAGE fin août 2018.
Contact : Frère Denis-Antoine, 514-762-4049
Website: www.franciscains-emmanuel.org
Listening, referrals, help, and personalized support;
Reception and accommodation for young students and workers looking for a job or having difficulty finding a job who wish to continue on the human and spiritual road.


Dans la rue – « Chez Pops »
Administration. 533 Ontario est, Montréal, QC, H2L 1N8.
Contact: 514 526-5222.  9h30 à 16h.
Toll-free number: 1-888-520-7677; info@danslarue.org
Website: www.danslarue.org


«Chez Pops» Day Center  1664 rue Ontario est, Montréal (Québec). H2L 1S7.
Contact : 514-526-7677

Provide services to youth to help them survive and get off the streets. Hot meals, consultations with medical specialists such as nurses and psychologists, social reintegration programs, a school, services from trained and specialized workers, legal information, diversified workshops such as music and art workshops, yoga workshops, dog training workshops, etc.


Le Bunker. 514-524-0029. Open every night (17 places).
Safe, co-ed, emergency shelter for youth aged 12 to 21. We offer young people in difficult the opportunity to access:
• basic services (rest, hot meals, shower, washing)
• the services of trained and specialized workers (reception, listening, referral, support).


Le refuge des jeunes
1836 rue Ste-Catherine est, Montréal, QC, H2K 2H3
Contact : 514-849-4221.

To help young men (17-25 years old) who are in difficulty and homeless.


Café jeunesse multiculturel (CJM)
11121, Avenue Salk, porte 114, Montréal-Nord, QC, H1G 4Y3
Contact : 514-324-8112. info@cafejeunessemulticulturel.org
Website: www.cafejeunessemulticulturel.org

Café-Jeunesse Multiculturel's mission is to offer a permanent place in Montreal-North and the surrounding region for young people from different cultures, aged 13 to 30, to meet and interact, creating a space conducive to personal development, integration, involvement and citizen participation. Psychosocial support services. Mutual aid, community, multiculturalism, and humanism are part of the organization's overall approach.


DESTA- Black youth network (The Padua Centre)
1950, St. Antoine Street West, Montreal, QC, H3J 1A5
Contact: 514-664-5042;
Website: www.destabyn.org
DESTA is an outreach mission to young adults (18-25) in the black community,
to strengthen identity through inter-generational dialogue; to empower self-esteem;
to ensure that all young adults have access to the resources and support
they need to develop their potential.


J.E.C. - Jeunesse Étudiante Chrétienne
5323, rue Brébeuf, Montréal, QC, H2J 3L8
Contact: Frédéric Moisan, 514-524-3941; montreal@mouvementjec.org
Website: https:/www.mouvementjec.org

The JEC is a movement of young people aged 12 to 25 that aims to cultivate responsible, critical, and committed citizens. To achieve these objectives, the movement proposes a pedagogy of action in the community (school, neighbourhood, parish, city), based on concrete realities that touch and concern these young people, and a spirituality nourished by the Christian tradition of social commitment which invites us to develop a new look at these realities.


J.O.C. – Jeunesse Ouvrière Catholique (Montréal)
3119 Monsabré, Montréal, QC, H1N 2L3
Contact : 438-764-5626
Fondation de la JOC. Contact : 514-255-3319. jocmontreal@hotmail.com  
Website: www.fondation-joc.org

Gathering of young workers aged 16 to 30, with or without employment, aimed at  organizing activities according to their needs: training activities on labour standards, employability, leisure activities.