Amcal Family Services operates from a systemic, strengths-based, solution-focused theoretical orientation. In all its programs, services, and staff training, the agency takes a holistic approach to its clients, and a multidisciplinary approach to collaborating with other professionals and community organizations to best address the issues its clients identify, and promote a continuum of care for families facing challenges.
Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitate life-changing relationships through quality mentoring programs that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential both as individuals and citizens.
The Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of patient care and support, through fundraising, of the Lakeshore General Hospital.
The mission of the Montreal Oral School for the DEAF (MOSD) is to teach children with hearing loss to listen and speak. MOSD provides education and habilitation for children with hearing loss from infancy through to early childhood. Their students learn to participate in a hearing world through advanced technologies such as hearing aides and cochlear implants.
The Mackay Rehabilitation Centre provides children and youth with motor impairments or communication disorders and people of all ages who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or who have a visual impairment with specialized and ultra-specialized adaptation, rehabilitation, and social integration services.
The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation’s mission is to support excellence in care by acquiring cutting edge medical equipment, supporting innovative programs, support for research into childhood diseases, and for the advancement of teaching.
The Special Olympics’ mission is to enrich the lives of individuals with an intellectual disability through sport. They also encourage and facilitate the athletes access to regular sports programs in their community in special sports.
Starlight Children’s Foundation partners with experts to improve the life and health of kids and families around the world. For over 23 years, Starlight Children’s Foundation has been transforming the lives of Canadian children who live with serious illness and their families.
The Sainte Justine’s Hospital Foundation is dedicated to providing children and mothers-to-be a standard of care that is among the very best in the world.
Established in February 2005, West Island Mission provides food assistance and other related aid to the less fortunate living in the West Island of Montreal.
The West Island Palliative Care residence is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the care of patients during the final days of a terminal illness. The Becket Players donated a room where children can watch television, movies, play games or just sit and read a book on a comfortable couch.
The West Island Women’s Centre (WIWC) is a dynamic and widely-used non-profit community organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of women. We provide educational, social and recreational services for women living in the West Island and the community at large. The Centre is open to all—without regard to age, race or socio-economic background.
WIAIH is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization that works to increase opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities or autism, strengthen their families and sensitize the community.
The only one of its kind in Quebec, Yaldei is a private, not-for-profit early intervention center dedicated to helping children with developmental challenges reach their full potential. Yaldei’s integration of advanced clinical, behavioral, educational and family support services provide children with the opportunity to learn how to walk, talk, play, attend school and lead productive lives as part of their community.
De-Zone was created with the mission of offering youths aged 12 to 17 a safe, supervised and drug-free environment.