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Residents progressively return home, following strict safety rules

Residents progressively return home, following strict safety rules

Communication from the Ville de Montréal - For immediate release

Water levels recede for the Rivière des Prairies and the Lac des Deux-Montagnes

Residents progressively return home, following strict safety rules 

211 is implemented in the MRC de l'Assomption

211 is implemented in the MRC de l'Assomption
The good news of the day ! The implementation of the 211 for all citizens, young people and older people, is now a reality at the MRC de l'Assomption. If we are a senior, a parent, a caretaker, a newcomer, there is a moment when our life situation topples over without any previous signs ; the death of a loved one, divorce, health problems, lost of employement, feelings of isolation. In these cases, it is good to know that social and community resources are available to help us in times of need. The 211 service is the tool to do so.

Celebrating Welcome Mission Hall !

Celebrating Welcome Mission Hall !
The Gazette ran a great story on March 31 on the role and the history of Welcome Mission Hall/Mission Bon Accueil. An organization of any kind, but especially an organization that helps low-income and homeless people for the last 125 years, that should be celebrated ! Their resilience to continue their mission over the years is highly commandable. Great job, Mission Hall !

211 Service

What is 211?

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An Information and Referral Centre of Greater Montréal service

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Call 211

When you don't know where to turn

cellulaire 211 is an easy to remember (2-1-1) information and referral service available 7 days a week, from 8 am to 6 pm, 365 days a year.
 

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211 Community resources directory is also available on the web with information always updated.

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With the help of statistics from calls and web frequency, 211 sheds a light to government officials and decision-makers on social needs.

In keeping with its information and referral mission since 1956, 211 is managed by the Information and Referral Centre of Greater Montréal. For more information on the Centre, consult our Web page: www.info-reference.qc.ca