Do you and your child need help?
Below is a list of different resources that may be useful to you.
You can look for a childhood psychologist on the website of the Quebec College of Psychologists:
Low-cost psychological services are offered at several universities in Quebec. Here is a list of Montreal universities that have a clinic:
- University of Quebec at Montreal (UQÀM): https://psychologie.uqam.ca/centre-de-services-psychologiques.html
- University of Montreal (UdeM): https://psy.umontreal.ca/ressources-services/clinique-universitaire-de-psychologie/
- McGill University: https://www.mcgill.ca/edu-ecp/about/clinic
- Concordia University: https://www.concordia.ca/artsci/psychology/facilities-services/apc.html
Check with your employer to find out if you have access to the Employee Assistance Program. some EAP packages also provide services and support to employees’ children.
For more information on what an EAP is:
Dr. Julien’s Foundation has more than 45 social paediatric centres across Quebec that provide direct care and services to children aged 0 to 18 from vulnerable backgrounds and their families, while respecting their human rights. Find the centre closest to you:
The Mission of the Toddler Observatory is to help put the development and well-being of toddlers at the heart of Quebec society’s priorities. This site collects rigorous and relevant data on the development and well-being of Quebec children, from pregnancy to 5 years of age, and on the environments in which they grow up.
This guide, annotated and categorized by topics, contains agency contact information, reading suggestions and links to websites.
The JE Passe-Partout resource aims to help young people in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood escape poverty by promoting academic success through a homework service and support to parents during the study period at home, in a partnership with the school, the CLSC and the community.