Female-identified / Women
Update Dec 1, 2020: “homeless women in the western downtown sector of Montreal will finally have access to a shelter open 24 hours a day, until March 31, 2021.
Chez Doris, typically a day shelter for all women in difficulty, will open its doors day and night to meet the needs of homeless women. Its 18 beds and 16 rest chairs will be available to women overnight during the harsh winter months.”
Up to 40 beds available downtown at a time during the pandemic. Meals and necessities.
Accepting various types of donations. See website for details.
homeless, sans abris
Temporary warming station
6570 chemin Cote-des-Neiges. Organized by Prévention CDN-NDG
Ready to welcome anyone who wishes from 8:30 p.m. to 5:45 a.m., for a maximum of 25 places.
The objective of the Halte-Chaleur CDN is to provide a place of respite for the population itinerant during periods of intense cold. La Halte is a place with a high threshold accessibility. Halte-Chaleur is open to everyone. The main objective is to reach out to those who are the most vulnerable and in a situation of chronic, occasional or hidden homelessness in order to promote social integration. To do so, the Halte welcomes individuals regardless of their level of intoxication or their psychosocial difficulties. The approach is inspired by harm reduction through the willingness to accompany without judgment. It is by building a bond of trust in a place where listening is at the forefront that we will be able to support people in difficulty to exit the streets.
For any questions, you can contact the Halte-Chaleur CDN team at 514-297-7267 between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m., 7/7, or at the following address: [email protected]
6570, chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges
For First Nations, Inuit, and Métis /homeless
Opening hours: 8 am to 2 pm weekdays. 4000 St-Catherine Ouest
We provide a judgment-free and violence-free space for the community. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all available to the homeless who come for a healthy, filling meal. For those who need extra support, we have intervention workers on site every day.