Through funding and support from the CHSSN, REISA has produced a Health Passport for Montreal East. The goal of this guide is to make it easier for an English-speaking person to communicate with French-speaking health professionals. The health passport web application has been designed to help you and your family keep track of essential health information and puts helpful words and phrases at your fingertips.
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✨⚜️ Happy Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day! Many health installations in Montreal will be closed today along with government services and business, however the following services are still be accessible:➡️ Hospital emergency care;➡️ Psychosocial care (phone or in-person);➡️ Nursing care with appointment;➡️ Vaccination clinics. ... See MoreSee Less
💓 Do you have a pulse on what kind of support women and girls in the greater Montreal area need? From the lastest edition of Fondation du Grand Montréal's "Vital Signs" research, here are some important key statistics and figures on the challenges and risks faced by women in Montreal, whether by age, income, culture, sexuality, or other intersecting identity. 👉 To read through the whole report, visit the Foundation of Greater Montreal's website: fgmtl.org/en/our-impact/vital-signs/ ... See MoreSee Less