The management of the lodging centers work in direct collaboration with the government. Qualified and social workers are there to welcome, guide and supervise residents, whether for a few nights or a few months.
L’Abri d’espoir is a residence operated by The Salvation Army. Its mission is to provide housing to adult woman in difficulty, to meet their immediate needs and to offer services and programs in order to foster their reintegration.
The Booth Centre is a community organization that opens its doors to men 18 and older who face homelessness, addictions or mental health issues. Established in 1897 on Commune Street as “The Lighthouse Food and Shelter Depot”, its address changed several times over the following decades. A new building was built in 1958 in the South-West borough of Montreal. Since then, the Booth Centre has remained at the corner of Guy and Saint-Antoine. The centre can accommodate up to 207 residents. Lodging includes meals, basic care, access to various activities and more.
The Mission of The Salvation Army Montclair Residence is to provide a home for autonomous and semi-autonomous senior citizens in a Christian residential setting. Services are provided to enhance the well-being of the resident, to maximize quality of life, and to support each resident holistically as an individual.
Montreal Citadel and Rosemont’s Christian Community Center offer tailored spiritual resources and services. They purpose is to meet the spiritual needs of their members, the community, and to promote the message of Jesus Christ.
Montreal Citadel meetings on Sundays at 11:00 am
Rosemont Christian Community Center meetings on Sundays at 11:00 am
Community and Family Services
Food and material aid
Family services provides families living through difficult times with practical help such as and basic necessities.
Coats, mattresses, and school supplies for children are collected each year and distributed to people in need.
Emergency services and disaster relief services
The Salvation Army is emergency and disaster relief services offers disaster victims support and emergency material assistance: food baskets, furniture, clothing and more.
For many families in Quebec, the holiday season is particularly difficult. That’s why The Salvation Army annually distributes hundreds of Christmas Hampers.
Every year, The Salvation Army gives numerous children the opportunity to live a dream week at our CampLac de l’Achigan. The children can enjoy many activities: canoe and pedal boat rides, crafts, campfires, obstacle courses and more.
The Street Ministry strives to provide material, moral and spiritual aid directly where the most vulnerable people in the city can be found.