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RÉHAB

Founded in 1982, RÉHAB pursues with commitment and conviction its mission of preventing recidivism, relapse and delinquency as well as the rehabilitation and social reintegration of adult and / or dependent court clients.

RÉHAB manages 9 service centers in the Chaudière-Appalaches and Capitale-Nationale territories, in addition to offering virtual services. In total, 34 assistance programs make up the range of services offered to the adult population.

Our services

  • Beauce CRC

    Contracted and compliant with the standards of the Department of Public Security and Correctional Service Canada, CRC Beauce is the only halfway house certified in drug addiction and it accommodates 32 residents in its facilities.

    CRC Beauce offers 9 programs that meet the needs of adult and / or addicted men. In order to offer programming that meets the specific needs of its residents, a rigorous assessment is carried out before admission.

    Nouveau Jour Therapy

    The Nouveau Jour program is a certified drug addiction therapy that promotes the complete cessation of the use of intoxicants (alcohol, drugs, medication).Lasting 13 weeks with the possibility of extension if necessary, New Day therapy includes more than 540 hours of thematic group workshops in addition to individual follow-up on a weekly basis.

    Target clientele: Adult men with a problem with drug use.

    Short-term intensive program

    The short-term intensive program targets drug addiction rehabilitation (alcohol, drugs, medication). Lasting 5 weeks with the possibility of extension if necessary, the Short Intensive Program includes 195 hours of thematic group workshops in addition to individual follow-up on a weekly basis.

    Target clientele: Adult men subject to a sentence of less than 6 months.

    Rafale Program

    The Rafale program promotes the best management of aggressive, impulsive or violent behavior. Lasting 13 weeks with the possibility of extension if necessary, the Rafale program includes more than 540 hours of thematic group workshops in addition to individual follow-up on a weekly basis.

    Target clientele: Adult criminalized man presenting a problem of aggression, impulsiveness or violence.

    Arna-Coeur Program

    The Arna-coeur program specializes in stopping manipulative behavior and behavior leading to theft and fraud. The program also includes a component on compulsive gambling awareness. Lasting 13 weeks with the possibility of extension if necessary, the Arna-Coeur program includes more than 540 hours of thematic group workshops in addition to individual follow-up on a weekly basis.

    Target clientele: Adult criminalized man with a problem of fraud, theft and / or compulsive gambling.

    Accès-Travail Program

    The Accès-Travail program aims to gradually integrate into the labor market while offering thematic group workshops. Offered from April to October, residents registered in an assistance program can join the Accès-Travail program according to employers' needs, at the discretion of the clinical team.

    Target clientele: Resident of CRC Beauce enrolled in a 13-week assistance program with high motivation in the face of their social reintegration process.

    Social reintegration Program

    The Social Reintegration program is transitional accommodation allowing better personal care through empowerment and increased social skills. Lasting from 1 to 6 months, with the possibility of extension if necessary, the Social Reintegration program promotes professional reintegration and / or the return to studies.

    Target clientele: Adult criminalized man requiring assiduous support as well as an intervention focused on the acquisition of basic social skills in order to allow reintegration into the community.

    Social reintegration Program - Strudy Project

    The Social Reintegration - Study Project program is a transitional accommodation providing access to vocational training offered by the Builders Training Center. Lasting from 1 to 6 months with the possibility of extension if necessary, the Social Reintegration - Study Project program offers access to the following DEP: Carpentry-joinery, electricity, cabinet-making, operation of industrial machines, accounting, secretarial work and accounting, kitchen, infographic.

    Target clientele: Adult criminalized man motivated to undertake a DEP and requiring the supervision of a halfway house in order to reintegrate the community.

    Dépannage en CRC program

    The CRC Troubleshooting program is temporary accommodation allowing quick access to supervision.

    Target clientele: Men with probation orders requiring accommodation and rapid access to supervision.

    Azimut in CRC

    Lasting 5 or 13 weeks, L'Azimut en CRC offers 10 programs focused on awareness and intervention with regard to problematic behavior.

    Target clientele: Residents of CRC Beauce enrolled in the Social Reintegration program who wish to obtain professional help to change their behavior.

    Capacity

    32 residents

    Admission conditions

    • Be a male aged 18 and over
    • Be motivated to resolve personal conflicts through group and individual interventions
    • Be assessed and accepted by an admissions officer

    Exclusion criteria

    • Uncontrolled deviant sexual behavior
    • Uncontrolled mental health disorder
    • Physical health requiring hospital care
    • Reduced mobility
    • Severe intellectual disability
    • High risk of suicide and / or self-harm
    • Substitution therapy (methadone, suboxone)
    • Prescription for use of medical marijuana

    Contact information

  • Maison Henri Dutil

    Contracted and compliant with Correctional Service Canada standards, Maison Henri Dutil is the only halfway house specialized for aging clients and accommodates 10 residents in its facilities.

    The Mieux Vivre program aims to break isolation and regain one's dignity following imprisonment. The 17-week Mieux Vivre program includes activities that promote the physical and mental health of the participant, as well as cooking workshops.

    The goal of the supervised apartment program is to provide food and shelter to men under CSC jurisdiction who are not under house arrest.

    Services

    • Personalized approach (clinical follow-up available in French / English);
    • Help and support in taking medication;
    • Supervision of blood sugar and insulin intake;
    • Daily pressure taking; Hygiene and bathing assistance;
    • Coordination and support for medical appointments (exception in tandem cases); Accompaniment for outdoor outings (steps);
    • Laundry service; Meal and snack service adapted to the health situation; Purchasing service (hygiene products, food, etc.);
    • Close collaboration with the CLSC of St-Romuald;
    • Proximity to the Paul-Gilbert hospital center.

    Our adapted facilities

    • Access ramp to the outside;
    • Indoor stairlift;
    • Adapted bathroom;
    • Air-conditioned room adapted to the needs of the resident;
    • TV in each bedroom.

    Virtual workshops

    • Virtual workshops in drug addiction and delinquency are available in our premises.

    Clientele

    • Our specific clientele Aging people (50 years and over);
    • Special health problem;
    • Intellectual disability;
    • Autism spectrum disorder.
    • Its special needs Reduced mobility;
    • Chronic health problem (hypertension, cholesterol, diabetes);
    • Degenerative disease;
    • Incontinence (enuresis and encopresis);
    • Sensory disability (visual, auditory);
    • Cognitive difficulties (dementias);
    • Morbid obesity;
    • Wandering at night;
    • Substitution treatment (methadone and suboxone);
    • End of life; Etc

    Capacity

    10 residents

    Admission conditions

    • Have significant health problems and / or;
    • Be an elderly person and / or;
    • Have an autism spectrum disorder and / or;
    • Have an intellectual disability and;
    • Be assessed and accepted by an admissions officer.

    Exclusion criteria

    • Progressive dementia that requires nursing or other specialized care;
    • Prescription for use of medical marijuana

    Contact information

  • Pavillon L'Entre-Temps

    Contracted and certified by the CISSS-CA, the Pavillon L'Entre-Temps is an accommodation resource for men and women with addiction and / or mental health problems. The Pavillon L'Entre-Temps offers 6 programs in its range of services.

    Services

    • Recovery assistance and support service following intoxication : The objective is to provide safe supervision following the temporary cessation of excessive consumption in order to partially recover physically and mentally.
    • Detoxification Help and Support Service: The goal is to provide safe supervision following complete cessation of drug use in order to completely eliminate the substance from the human body.
    • Temporary accommodation service: The objective is to provide accommodation for a maximum of 10 days in order to update an intervention plan for social reintegration or to promote the onset of abstinence.
    • Alternative level of care (NSA): The objective is to offer transitional accommodation for a maximum of 3 months after a visit to the psychiatry department at Hôtel Dieu de Lévis in order to integrate accommodation or a resource.
    • Mental health assistance (DSM): The objective is to offer temporary accommodation for a maximum of 10 days in order to update an intervention plan for social reintegration or to promote stability in terms of mental health.
    • Breakdown assistance Pavillon L'Entre-Temps: The objective is to offer temporary accommodation in order to integrate accommodation or a resource.

    Clientele

    • Men and women with addiction and / or mental health problems.

    Capacity

    10 residents

    Admission conditions

    Dependency services

    • Be a man or a woman 18 years of age and over;
    • According to the evaluation of the addiction program, present mild withdrawal symptoms and / or a need for accommodation in order to update an intervention plan for social reintegration or to promote the onset of abstinence;
    • Have an address in the territory of Ville de Lévis, Bellechasse or Nouvelle-Beauce; Be referred by the CISSS-CA dependency program.

    Mental health services

    • Be a man or a woman 18 years of age and over;
    • Present a need for accommodation with a view to integrating housing or a resource and / or in order to update an intervention plan with a view to social reintegration or to promote stability in terms of mental health;
    • Be referred by the psychiatric service of the Hotel Dieu de Lévis and / or a mental health worker from the CLSC Alphonse-Desjardins.

    Breakdown service

    • Present a need for temporary accommodation;
    • Be evaluated and accepted by the Pavillon L'Entre-Temps supervisor.

    Exclusion criteria

    • High risk of suicide and / or self-harm
    • Need for specific care (lack of autonomy)
    • Reduced mobility
    • Prescription for use of medical marijuana


    Contact information

  • Camiré Résidence

    In partnership with the CISSS-CA, the Résidences Camiré offers long-term accommodation for people with mental health problems, addiction, intellectual disability and / or an autism spectrum disorder.

    Intermediate resource (RI) Specialized intermediate resource (RIS) Transitional bed

    Services

    Our specialist services

    • Meal and snack service adapted to the health situation
    • Group physical or cognitive activities
    • Coordination and support for appointments
    • Help and support in taking medication
    • Accompaniment for outdoor trips
    • Laundry service Shopping service (food, personal effects, etc.)

    Our adapted facilities

    • Room adapted to the resident's needs
    • TV in each bedroom
    • Adapted bathroom

    Clientele

    • Men and women with mental health, addiction, intellectual disability and / or autism spectrum disorder.

    Capacity

    19 residents

    Admission conditions

    • Be referred by the CISSS-CA
    • Be accepted by an admissions officer

    Exclusion criteria

    • Reduced mobility

    Contact information

  • Accès-Emploi

    À contrat avec Services Québec, le programme Accès-Emploi offre des services spécialisés en employabilité pour accompagner les personnes ayant des difficultés d’intégration sur le marché du travail ou de maintien en emploi ou encore celles qui désirent retourner aux études.

    Services

    • Needs assessment with an employment counselor
    • Employment counseling services Identification of interests, skills and transferable skills
    • Vocational guidance and educational information based on your legal file
    • Validation of the professional choice Skills assessment
    • Career reorientation
    • Thematic group workshops
    • Development of knowledge, assertiveness and self-esteem, stress management, work and psychosocial skills
    • Job search method Information on the labor market Information on the impact of the court case
    • Interview simulations
    • Skills development as a job seeker and worker
    • Support in the employment process
    • Internet access and a documentation center
    • Company visits
    • Job follow-up and support for job retention
    • Mediation service between employer and employee in the event of a dispute
    • Employer bank facilitating job search
    • Support and assistance for a request to suspend the judicial file (pardon)

    Clientele

    • Men and women aged 18 and over who have a criminal record and / or who have a dependency problem.

    Capacity

    323

    Admission conditions

    • Avoir une adresse de résidence sur le territoire de la Chaudière-Appalaches
    • Posséder un dossier judiciaire et/ou présenter une problématique de dépendance

    Exclusion criteria

    • None

    Contact information

    • 294, rue Bisson, Vallée-Jonction (Québec) G0S 3J0;
      6661, rue St-Georges, Lévis (Québec) G6V 8P6;
      305, rue de St-Romuald, Lévis (Québec) G6W 3H7,
      4, boul. Taché Est, bureau 109, Montmagny (Québec) G5v 1B7;
      81, rue Rousseau, St-Apollinaire (Québec) G0S 2E0 ;
      11505, 1e ave, bureau 215, St-Georges (Québec) G5Y 7X3;
      222, Boul. Frontenac Ouest bureau 200B, Thetford (Québec) G6G 6N7

    • Tel: 418 253-6764 ou sans frais : 1 844 253-6764
    • Fax: 418 253-5153
    • Email: info@rehabqc.com
    • https://www.rehabqc.com/programmes/acces-emploi/
  • Azimut

    À contrat depuis 2002 avec le CISSS-CA ainsi que le Ministère de la sécurité publique, les programmes L’Azimut sont des ateliers de sensibilisation en toxicomanie, en délinquance adulte et en gestion des émotions offerts sous forme d’ateliers de groupe. L’objectif consiste à développer la motivation et à encourager les participants à s’investir dans les programmes spécialisés en toxicomanie. 11 programmes sont offerts dans 6 centres de services ainsi que sous la forme virtuelle, les rendant ainsi accessible partout à travers la province de Québec.

    Services

    • Needs assessment by phone
    • Writing a letter to the referent (if necessary)
    • Thematic group workshop
    • Drafting of a participation report (if necessary)
    • Final interview
    • Orientation and referral (as needed)

    Azimut addiction awareness

    • The objective is to develop the motivation of the participant and encourage him to get involved in specialized drug addiction programs in the region.

    Azimut maintain sobriety

    • The objective is to allow the participant to maintain his achievements and to prevent relapse.

    Azimut DUI

    • The goal is to educate and empower the participant about impaired driving.

    Azimut recurrence prevention

    • The objective is to get the participant to recognize risky situations that could lead him to commit a crime.

    Azimut alter ego

    • The goal is to raise awareness, understand and address her problematic sexual behavior.

    Azimut Mirage

    • The objective is to make the participant aware of manipulative behavior and criminal behavior related to fraud.

    Azimut Vol-Te-Face

    • The goal is to get the participant to find concrete ways to change the flight behavior.

    Azimut Me & the other

    • The goal is to reflect on the relationship to yourself as well as to others.

    Azimut Break time

    • The objective is to help the participant to develop better management of his aggressive, impulsive or violent behaviors.

    Azimut Cartel

    • The objective is to make the participant aware of changing their attitude and behavior related to drug trafficking.

    Azimut Anti-stress

    • The objective is to get the participant to think about the balance of his mental health by equipping himself with the healthy management of stress.

    Clientele

    • Men and women aged 18 and over.

    Capacity

    Illimited

    Admission conditions

    • Être âgé de 18 ans et plus

    Exclusion criteria

    • High potential for aggression (safety of the compromised group)

    Contact information

    • 1535, Chemin Ste-Foy bureau 02, Québec (Québec) G0S 2E0;
      11505 1e ave bureau 215, St-Georges (Québec) G5Y 7X3;
      305, rue de St-Romuald, Lévis (Québec) G6W 3H7;
      222, Boul. Frontenac Ouest bureau 200B, Thetford (Québec) G6G 6N7

    • Tel: 418 253-6764 ou sans frais : 1 844 253-6764
    • Fax: 418 253-5153
    • Email: info@rehabqc.com
    • https://www.rehabqc.com/programmes/lazimut/
  • Community monitoring

    Community monitoring

    The main objectives that govern the community supervision program are to ensure the supervision of 426 offenders, mainly in the context of probationary measure, conditional release, temporary absences, preparatory temporary absences. parole or a stay. While working in collaboration with local organizations and the client's social sponsors, the program provides clients with the help, information and advice they require in order to promote the involvement of community resources in the referral offender dispute resolution process.

    Clientele

    Men and women aged 18 and over under the jurisdiction of a temporary absence, a preparatory parole, a parole, a probation order or imprisonment in the community and residing in the Chaudière-Appalaches territory.

    Community verification

    The objectives of this assessment are to increase the accuracy of the baseline assessment, to accommodate the orientation of the offender and to facilitate the management of his sentence.

    Clientele

    Closed ones to the offender under federal jurisdiction and other resources that can contribute to his social reintegration.

    Services

    Community monitoring

    The main objectives that govern the community supervision program are to ensure the supervision of 426 offenders, mainly within the framework of a probationary measure, a conditional release, a temporary absence, a temporary absence. preparatory to parole or a suspended sentence. While working in collaboration with local organizations and the client's social sponsors, the program provides clients with the help, information and advice they require in order to promote the involvement of community resources in the referral offender dispute resolution process.

    Community verification

    • Gathering of information concerning the "criminalized" person
    • Gathering information about the interviewee
    • Interviewee's assessment
    • Positioning in relation to risk management for the community
    • Production of post-sentence community assessments
    • Producing community assessments
    • Reference and guidance

    Clientele

    • Men and women under provincial jurisdiction on temporary absences, parole, parole, probation order or community imprisonment.

    Capacity

    426 clients

    Admission conditions

    • Be 18 years of age and over
    • Be under probation order, temporary absence, parole and / or imprisonment in the community
    • Be referred by the DSPC Ste-Foy / Chaudière-Appalaches

    Exclusion criteria

    • None


    Contact information

    • 294, rue Bisson, Vallée-Jonction (Québec) G0S 3J0;
      6661, rue St-Georges, Lévis (Québec) G6V 8P6;
      305, rue de St-Romuald, Lévis (Québec) G6W 3H7;
      11505 1e ave bureau 215 , St-Georges (Québec) G5Y 7X3;
      222 Boul. Frontenac Ouest bureau 200B, Thetford (Québec) G6G 6N7;
      4 Boul. Taché Est bureau 109, Montmagny (Québec) G5V 1B7

    • Tel: 418 253-6764 ou sans frais : 1 844 253-6764
    • Fax: 418-253-5153
    • Email: info@rehabqc.com
    • https://www.rehabqc.com/programmes/surveillance-communautaire/