Programme d'accueil

Notre programme d’accueil veille à ce que chaque femme qui franchit notre porte se sente en sécurité, respectée et bienvenue. Offert chaque jour de la semaine, de 8 h 30 à 15 h, à l’exception des jours fériés.

Nos objectifs sont:

  • Aider à atténuer la solitude, l’isolement et la dépression en encourageant l’interaction sociale dans un environnement familial;
  • Répondre à une large gamme de besoins immédiats liés à une crise, l’adaptation à une situation soudaine de la vie, la pauvreté, l’itinérance, la maladie mentale et/ou la toxicomanie;
  • Fournir un accès quotidien à 6 lits de répit, disponibles jusqu’à la fermeture;
  • Donner accès au vestiaire;
  • Aider les femmes sans-abri à se sentir en sécurité et soutenues;
  • Créer un sentiment de communauté et d’appartenance; et
  • Explorer leurs intérêts et favoriser leur potentiel grâce à nos divers programmes et activités.
   

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3 hours ago

Chez Doris

We are very proud to announce that Marina Boulos-Winton, our Executive Director, is the spokesperson for the 29th edition of Montreal's Nuit des sans-abri tonight!

Barely 24 hours after the formation of the new government, this night will be an opportunity to challenge it to engage in the fight against homelessness. Under the theme “Citizens, even in the streets”, the RAPSIM and Marina wish to emphasize that people who are at risk of homelessness are still struggling to have their full citizenship recognized.

Join us! A solidarity march will start at 6 pm from Phillips Square to reach the site of the night vigil at Cabot Square, where performances and awareness-raising activities will be organized for everyone.
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1 day ago

Chez Doris

We are in shortage of 3X and 4X coats.
Drop off donations between 8:30 and 3:00 PM 7 days a week at 1430 Chomedey Street in Montreal.

Thank you,
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3 days ago

Chez Doris

RIP Charlie McQuade. We regret to inform you that volunteer, Charlie McQuade, passed away on October 11, 2018. He was a former CTV cameraman, and since the past summer, he’d often volunteer on weekends. He’d drive our truck with a couple of female asylum seekers in the front seat. He’d drive them to appointments to pick up donations of furniture and then he’d drive them to their home to bring the furniture back to their respective homes. He fulfilled a much needed service as many asylum seekers rent apartments with very few personal belongings and live very much below the poverty line. Our condolences to his wife Jennifer Wooley and his family. ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

Chez Doris

Thank you to the station 12 police officers and the Fraternité des policiers et des policières de Montréal for the donation of 101 bean meals, beverage, bread and desserts.

The women are enjoying the feast.
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2 weeks ago

Chez Doris

Please note that Chez Doris is closed today Monday, October 8 for Thanksgiving. Enjoy the day! ... See MoreSee Less

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