CHSSN Youth Pulse Check Survey

Are you an English-speaking young adult between 18 – 29 living in Quebec?
We want to hear from you!

Take our Youth Pulse Check Survey and help us to better understand the challenges youth are facing and whether you are getting the help that you need. All submissions are anonymous and will improve access to mental health services in Quebec.
For every submission, CHSSN will donate $1 to the Kids Help Phone, up to $500.

Click the image above or visit this link to share your voice:

Do you need immediate help? If so, please call 1-800-668-6868 or text 686868 to reach a crisis responder. If you identify as Indigenous, you can ask to be connected with a First Nations, Inuk or Métis crisis responder if one is available.

AMI-Quebec Winter 2021/2022 Calendar

Bill 83 Information: RAMQ Coverage for Children

Information on Quebec’s current Bill 83, which expands public healthcare access for children (including those who are not Canadian citizens). 

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Job Posting – Network & Executive Associate (Collective Community Services Montreal)

CCS (Collective Community Services) Montreal is looking for a Network and Executive Associate! Please read the .pdf document attached below (English text follows the French) to learn more and to apply.

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Community Heath Education Program: Understanding and Navigating the Journey of Dementia

REISA invites our communities of English-speaking seniors to another exciting virtual Community Health Education Program (CHEP) workshop! Join us online over Zoom on the morning of Wednesday October 13th to learn about Understanding and Navigating the Journey of Dementia. Health professionals Dr. Serge Gauthier and Claire Webster will be in attendance to present and answer your questions!

If you would like to register for this workshop, email REISA! 


Walk for Seniors of Saint-Laurent 2021

Get your sneakers ready! Join REISA the morning of Saturday October 2nd for the 10th anniversary edition of Saint-Laurent’s Walk for Seniors. Tickets are limited, available from the Carrefour des aînés at 514 748-0943.

Administration and IT (AMI-Quebec)

(4-5 days a week, starting salary based on full time $43,360 plus benefits)

AMI-Quebec is growing! The new position will allow us to redistribute some of existing tasks and better streamline our IT and some administration responsibilities.

If the culture of non-profit, community-based organizations appeals to you, if you have an interest in mental health, if IT and administration are up your alley, and if you are not afraid of the challenges of a new position that may have to be adjusted as we progress, we want to hear from you!

Some of the tasks will include:

  • Tech support for staff (including networking home and office workspaces and introducing a backup system)
  • Accounting duties and some HR (payments, payroll)
  • Office management and troubleshooting
  • Volunteer coordination
  • Data entry

We will consider you if you:

  • Have knowledge of and experience with Apple and Google products
  • Have a background in IT and can advise and set up team members to work both from home and at the office
  • Have knowledge of and experience in accounting (Simply Accounting)
  • Enjoy team work but are also autonomous and good at figuring things out
  • Are fluently bilingual (English and French)
  • Have an interest in and knowledge of mental health
  • Are curious and quick-thinking and pay great attention to detail
  • Are patient with and good at explaining technology to people who have various levels of technological understanding

We are presently working from home and will move back to the office only when pre-pandemic conditions prevail. However, a hybrid model may be considered.

AMI-Québec Action on Mental Illness is a non-profit community-based organization committed to helping families cope with the effects of mental illness through support, education, information, and advocacy.

Please send your CV, along with references, to by October 15th.