CoVivre aims to inform, protect and support marginalized communities in the Greater Montreal area during the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to attenuate its impact on their social, economic, physical and mental health.
Here are some useful documents which might answer some questions regarding the vaccination.
To find out great resources including webinars visit:

Elderly Abuse Helpline

The mistreatment of older adult is a reality.  If you know of an older adult who is being mistreated call the helpline 1-888-489-2287. 

You can also visit their website: 

Download (PDF, 584KB)

Canada Suicide Prevention Service

The Canada Suicide Prevention Service is available for those in need of help or in need of other resources.
Canada Suicide Prevention Service | Crisis Services Canada is available 24/7 for anyone who needs information and support to people with suicidal thoughts and behaviors, people who are worried about someone or have lost loved ones to suicide
A counsellor is always available to help.
Help, Information, and Suicide Prevention in Quebec

Wellness Together Canada

Wellness Together Canada – Canada’s first and only online platform offering immediate mental health and substance use support for people of all ages. Access 24/7 live counselling and self-guided resources at no cost, ever.


For more details visit:
May be an image of text that says 'Things are tough. Free help is available.'

How to Build Your Mental Health Support Network and 5 things to do when you are down

Taking care of your mental health should always be a priority and at times we might need help.
Here are two resources shared by ARC Health & Social Services on How to Build Your Mental Health Support Network and 5 things to do when you are down. 🌈

Staying on Your Feet – 8 Steps