Seniors

Seniors

Accès Verdun Office
4555 Verdun, bureau 102, Verdun, QC,
H4G 1M4
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The Accès Verdun office is the doorway for citizens to access services offered by the borough and the City of Montréal.

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Action Prévention Verdun
3993 Wellington, Verdun, QC,
H4G 1V6
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Prévention Verdun’s priority is ensuring Verdun citizens feel secure. This is essential for a good quality of life. Our activities and services have similar goals: increase the level of sense of security of Verdun citizens; encourage Verdun citizens to take responsibility for their environment; maintain an active and complementary role in urban security, including fire prevention, civil protection and first aid in case of a major disaster.

http://www.actionpreventionverdun.org
514-769-8079
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Agoraphobics Anonymous of Verdun
4501 Bannantyne, Verdun, QC,
H4G 1E3
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The Agoraphobics Anonymous Association of Verdun provides encouragement and support for its members. The experience and hope gained by participants gives them the courage and determination to tackle their fears and finally be free.

514-368-3273
English, French
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
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Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.

http://www.aa-quebec.org
514-376-9230
English, French
Anglican Church of the Epiphany
4322 Wellington, Verdun, QC
H4G 1W4

An Anglican church in the Parish of Verdun and Ville-Emard.

http://www.epiphanyverdun.com
514-769-5373
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Assocation des Victimes d’Infections Nosocomiales (ADVIN)
100 Berlioz #305, Montréal, QC,
H3E 1N4

ADVIN is a volunteer not-for-profit organisation, which mission consists in increasing awareness and informing the public on the risks of hospital-borne infections. ADVIN will collaborate with professional and political actors in the development of an infection surveillance and prevention program that follows international norms. ADVIN favors preventive methods and works at the necessary lobbying in order to prevent and reduce the effects of infections: long-term illnesses, disability, death. ADVIN supports victims of hospital-borne infections and all other patients by informing them of their rights. It hopes for the development and installment of a structured insurance system for victims.

514-761-2438
English, French
Association Québécoise de Voile Adaptée (AQVA)

AQVA offers people with mobility impairments the possibility to leave their wheelchair or walking aid on the dock and to discover the joys of sailing aboard a sailboat adapted to their needs.

http://www.aqvaqc.com
514-694-8021
English, French
Auberge Madeleine

Auberge Madeleine’s mission is to welcome, house and support women of 18 and over living alone in a situation of homelessness

http://www.aubergemadeleine.org
514-597-1303
English, French
Booth Center
880 Guy, Montréal, QC,
H3J 1T4

The Booth Centre is a community organisation that opens its doors to men 18 and older who face homelessness (The Gouvernail), addictions (The Ancrage) or mental health issues (The Rivage).

http://www.centreboothmtl.ca
514 932-2214
English, French
Casa C.A.F.I.
4741 de Verdun, Verdun, QC,
H4G 1M9

The mission of Casa C.A.F.I. is to help, to orient and to inform immigrant families during their integration process into Québec society. Casa C.A.F.I. answers the needs of these families regarding their role as educators within a new social structure.

514-844-3340
English, French