General NDG resources – NDG community Council (514) 484-1471 or


Multicaf – 3600 Barclay or 3591 Appleton avenue – (514) 733-0554. – Community cafeteria, food baskets for 2$, meals on wheels, and frozen meal deliveries for populations who cannot access the physical space, call for more information

Chez Doris – 1430 Chomedey – (514) 937- 2341 – Day centre for women, 2 meals a day, cooking workshops, food baskets 

Mission du Grand Berger – 2510 rue Centre – Emergency/immediate assistance – Monday to Friday from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM and Saturday from 10:00 AM

Societe St-Vincent de Paul – 6570 Cotes-des-Neiges – (514) 735- 9571 (main) or 7070 Somerled 514-660-0980 (local) – Food vouchers, call for more information

Sun Youth – 6700 park avenue (administrative centre), 920 Montee de liesse (warehouse) – (514) 842-1214 – Emergency food services, call for an appointment, ID required for all household members as well as proof of address and household bills – Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 12AM

Share the Warmth – 625 Fortune St. – (514) 933-5599 Produce market on Fridays from 11am to 2pm and food box deliveries (must reside in H3C, H3E, H3J, H3K, H4C, H4G, H4H. Call for delivery (dial 0, leave a voicemail with full name/number or email

Midnight Kitchen – 137 rue Saint Ferdinand (kitchen), 3471 rue Peel, room 202 (office) Weekly meal pick-up service (registration required), contact

St Monica’s Parish – 6405 de Terrebonne – (514) 481-0267 – Food baskets, 3rd and 4th Tuesday of every month, call to confirm availability.

H.O.P.E Lasalle – 7777 George – (514) 463-4578 – Food baskets, call first, must live in Lasalle.

L’Oasis St-Laurent – 1895 de l’Eglise – (514) 747-7621 – Food baskets, must live in St Laurent Thursdays from 1 PM to 1:30 PM.

Welcome Hall Mission – 4755 Acorn – (514) 937-9317 – Food bank, food baskets, must open a file first, certain documents are required, call for more information.

La Maison du Partage d’Youville – 2221 Coleraine – (514) 945-9846 – Low cost food bank for residents of Point St. Charles, St. Henri and Little Burgundy – 2$ to register  and 5$ for food. Daily from 11 AM – 7 PM. Food distribution on Wednesday from 4 PM to 6 PM and Friday from PM to 3 PM. A full hot meal on Saturdays at 2PM

NDG Food Depot – 6450 Somerled Ave, (514) 483-4680 – Available twice a month, appointment required before first visit, twice a month , proof of residence and ID required – Tuesdays from 2 PM to 7PM


STI Testing/Dépistage ITS

Clinique Prélib:

Clinic Quorum:

Clinic Actuel :

St Mary’s Youth Clinic: Click Here 

Point St Charles community clinic: – (514) 937-9251 ext. 6243. For 6 to 24 year olds, free (with or without insurance) consultations with nurses and a walk-in clinic, call first. Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 4PM

SIDEP + Clinic: Free (with or without insurance) and anonoymous HIV and other STBBI prevention services to men who have sex with men, trans people and sex workers 

Clinique Jeunesse CLSC Benny Farm (NDG) Click Here. Youth clinic for ages 24 and under for general health, sexual health, pregnancy, drug use, family counseling, and individual counseling. A nurse is available at all times. To make an appointment, visit or call ahead. Two locations: 

CLSC de Benny Farm – 6484 Monkland location –  (514) 484-7878 ext. 63363. Monday and Friday from 10 AM to 5:30 PM. Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30 AM to 4PM 

CLSC René Cassin –  5800 Cavendish – 14-731-8531 ext. 2870. Call and request an appointment at the youth clinic. Wednesday from 10AM to 5:30 PM 

Clinique jeunesse CLSC FaubourgClick Here – (514) 527-2361 ext. 3720. Free STI testing downtown, youth aged 13 or under will have to be accompanied by an adult. To make an appointment, call from Monday to Friday between 8 AM and 5 PM. 


Centre de Santé de Femmes – (514)-270-6110 ext. 1

Morgentaler Clinic- (514) 844-4844 or 1 (888) 401 4844 

L’Alternative – (514) 281-6476

Through a CIUSS – Click Here – (514) 380-8299. Make sure to have a positive pregnancy test. Call to make an appointment, and leave a message with your name, number, and availability if there is no answer. Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 4 PM

More abortion resources and cliniques: 


Montreal Abortion Access Project resource list: Click Here

IUD & Contraception

Clinique Fémina – 

IUD prescriptions and insertions.

List of queer-friendly gynecologists in Montreal:

Sans Assurance/OOP Insurance 

Médecin du Monde – Clinic for uninsured/in precarious status migrants. Services in french, english, and spanish. To make an appointment, call ahead during opening hours. Monday and Tuesday from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM. 

Point at Charles Community Clnic and SIDEP + Clinic, listed in the STI resource section, are also free with or without insurance. 

HRT Info

Our waiting list for HRT is temporarily closed. Please refer to these two lists of trans-friendly service providers.

List of Services Curated by ASTTEQ & P10

List of Trans-Friendly Practitioners curated by ISMH

If you would like help accessing these resources or understanding them, please contact the HRT Coordinator  and he will respond after April 19th.

Legal information (general) :

Legal consultations :

Rental Board (administrative tribunal) : Standards (CNESST):


The Argyle Institute: – Sliding scale therapy (with wait list) for individuals, couples and families. 

Pride Therapy Network: – Independent sliding scale mental health services for the LGBTQIA2S+ communities.

Noah E.: – Free services through Neurodiversites for neurodiverse LGBTQ2SIA+ youth 14-30. 

The OPEN Centre:– Support for gender non-conforming populations. Services include bodywork, community support, workshops and events. Some sliding scale options available. 

The McGill Centre for Clinical Psychology: – Therapy at $40/session with clinical psychology graduate students, supervised by senior clinicians. Submit a request for services at:

TRACOM Crisis Centre: or (514) 483-3033 – Crisis centre with 24hr helpline and temporary crisis inpatient services.  

Auberge Shalom: or (514) 731-0833 (24 hour hotline). – Free counseling for women-identified folks experiencing or healing from intimate partner violence.

Hope for Wellness Helpline : 1-855-242-3310 / chat (available on the website) – 24/7 Immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada, available in Cree, Ojibway and Inuktitut (upon request), with experienced and culturally competent counsellors.

Vicky : By appointment only – A support line developed and run by an afrofeminist collective, with services available in French, English, Haitian Creole and Wolof.

Listening lines

Tel-aide (for non-judgemental listening): (514) 935-1101

Face à face (for non-judgemental listening): (514) 934-4546

Multi-écoute (for immigrants): (514) 736-3604

Trans Lifeline (for and by trans* people): (877) 330-6366

Crisis Centres

for help with emotional overwhelm, suicidal thoughts, or any other crisis. Available 24/7. It’s best to call the centre in your sector, but Tracom and West Island Crisis centres accept calls if you cannot find adequate services in your preferred language elsewhere.

Tracom (NDG, Westmount, Parc-Ex, Outremont, downtown): (514) 483-3033

West Island Crisis Centre (West Island): (514) 684-6160

L’Autre Maison (the South-West): (514) 768-7225

Le Transit (Plateau, Centre-Sud): (514) 282-7753

Iris (Montreal-North, Laval): (514) 388-9233

L’Appoint (the East End): (514) 351-6661

L’Entremise (Rosemont, Hochelaga, St-Leonard, RDP): (514) 351-9592

Suicide Action Montreal (For support in dealing with suicidal thoughts, with helping a loved one who has suicidal thoughts, or in coping with losing someone to suicide. Available 24/7.): 866 277-3553

Urgence-dépendance (For crisis related to substance use): 514 288-1515

Additional Mental Health Resources for Youth:
BIPOC Mental Health Provider List (The Lavender Collective) : 

Young Parents program (ypp)

Mosaik family resource centre/Maison Mosaïque – (514) 227-1270:

Women on the Rise – (514) 485-7814:


SOS Violence Conjugale –– 1 (800) 363-9010 (call-in) or (438) 601-1211 (text message). Domestic violence 24/7 hotline

Prevention CDN/NDG – (514) 736-2732. To reach a street worker

L’Anonyme: – (855) 236-6700. Mobile bus with distribution and retrieval of harm reduction supplies and psychosocial support and referral. Full schedule here. In NDG on Thursdays: 18:45 to  19:30 – Fielding/Walkley / 20:00  to 20:45 – Victoria/Bouchette / 21:00 to 22:00 – Barclay/Darlington

Cactus: Distribution and delivery of harm reduction supplies and supervised injection site. Full schedule for various services here.