Organismes membres

Maisons de transition de Montréal inc.

Maisons de transition de Montréal is a corporation which includes the Maison St-Laurent, the Agence sociale St-Laurent and the Action volontaire St-Laurent.

Our points of service

  • Maison St-Laurent

    Created in 1967, the Maison St-Laurent is a community residence in the field of social and community reintegration of individuals with a criminal case.

    Program

    The Maison strives to bring its residents and the community to peacefully solve the conflicts that divide them or could divide them, through the balancing of each of their respective needs. This is how it facilitates the social reintegration of offenders. The Maison’s approach is inspired by humanism and based on reality therapy.

    Services

    • Lodging and material support
    • Clinical cooperation, support and guidance
    • Referencing
    • Follow-up after residency
    • Short-term help (one night)
    • Temporary absence (one to three days)

    Clientele

    Male adults who committed a crime, or at risk to, undergoing legal proceedings, or not.

    Exclusion

    • Individuals suffering from severe physical or mental health issues.
    • Drug or alcohol abusers needing long-term close treatment.

    Capacity 

    30 spots

    Accreditation

    CSC - Correctional Service Branch

    Additional information

    Service contract with the Correctional Service Branch

    Contact information

  • Agence St-Laurent

    Created in 1982, the Agence sociale St-Laurent follows-up on offenders.

    Program

    The Agence aims to contribute to social development through prevention and/or conflict resolution between potential and/or actual offenders and the rest of society, by finding a balance between each of their respective needs. Its approach is inspired by humanism and based on reality therapy.

    Services

    • Material support to find lodging
    • Clinical cooperation, support and guidance
    • Post-residency referencing and follow-up

    Clientele

    Adults of both genders who committed a crime, or at risk to, undergoing legal proceedings, or not.

    Capacity

    200 spots

    Admission requirements

    Admission to the program is based on two requirements: being an adult by definition of the Law and planning on settling in the Montreal region post-residency.

    Opening hours

    During office hours

    It is always possible to book an appointment outside office hours by calling the Agence, open 24 hours a day, every day.

    Additional information

    • Service contract with the CSC. The candidate under federal jurisdiction is referred by a CMO following a community assessment. The communication is made through the CSC Bureau Langelier, by phone at 514 493-0995 and fax at 514 493-3306.
    • Service contract with the Correctional Service Branch. The candidate is referred by a probation officer, a CSMC or CSO from the detention facility or the CQLC.

    Contact information