Our services

Drop-in Day Care

The drop-in day care is a stimulating and fun place for children aged 2 to 4 years old. It allows parents to take a break while their little ones are being cared for by educators.

Through play and educational activities, children learn French, socialize and bond. Each week, different themes are proposed to them according to a pre-established program. For example, numbers, colours, parts of the human body, geometric shapes, seasonal clothing, etc. Please note that the language of communication remains French.

Monday to Thursday from 9am to 4pm Friday from 9am to 12pm

Cost: $7 per day or $5 per half day

Homework Assistance

The homework assistance program is designed for elementary school students (grades 1 to 6) to assist them in their academic progress with the help of a volunteer.

We focus on academic subjects while encouraging the students to become independent in their schoolwork. Through this program, we support parents in their efforts to help their children understand the Quebec school system. Their participation varies in frequency depending on their academic needs and the availability of volunteer resources.

Monday, Tuesday and/or Wednesday from 4:00pm to 5:30 pm

Cost: $75 for the year

Home Visits

Home visits are primarily intended to provide the targeted families with a break from their daily routine. Furthermore, this activity allows us to guide the parents towards existing resources in the area and to offer them support when needed.

Summer Day Camp

Summer day camp is a popular activity for both parents and children ages 6-12 for 6-8 weeks during summer. Through operational planning, activity leaders and their assistants stage different activities in the neighbourhood, and places of interest in the city.

Dates to be determined

Cost to be determined

Food Service

A food service is offered once a week to member families who participate in our activities. Thanks to the material and logistical resources offered by Moisson Montréal and the Institut de Réadaptation Gingras-Lindsay-de-Montréal and hospital Mount-Sinai, beneficiary families have access to at least 2 bags of perishable food as well as a variety of prepared foods each week.

Cost: $8 per basket (one per family every two weeks)