Services and Resources

Auberge Transition Internal Services
  • Emergency Crisis Line
    A counselor is available 24/7 to answer all calls for shelter or information at (514) 481-0495
  • Shelter
    Located in a confidential area of the city, our home can accommodate up to 9 families at a time. All services are free and confidential.
  • Crisis Intervention
    Responding to the immediate needs of the women and children in house.
  • Individual Counselling
    All women are assigned a primary caseworker who will assist them throughout their stay.
  • Art Therapy
    Once a week, women and children can participate in art therapy sessions.
  • Accompaniments
    Depending on the needs, the counselling team may offer various community accompaniments (court, legal aid, welfare etc).
  • Youth Services
    The childcare counselor works directly with mothers and children, offering support to all mothers and children within the home including creative activities, respite care, mothers groups, individual and family counseling.
  • Workshops
    Women are invited to attend various workshops throughout their stay.
  • Advocacy
    When a woman feels her rights are not being respected, the counseling team will advocate on her behalf (legal,  financial assistance, etc).
  • Referrals
    Referrals to various external resources are offered to the women and children in accordance to their needs.
External: Centre

Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm (514) 439-6930

  • Individual Counselling
    Women and children may access external services from Monday to Friday even if they are still currently residing with their partners.
  • Post Shelter
    Once a woman leaves the shelter she may be referred to our post-shelter program. Here, she will continue to receive support and counseling.
  • Prevention
    The external team delivers violence prevention workshops and sensitizations to various community organisations including high schools, colleges and universities.
  • Workshops
    Women are invited to attend various workshops (Mothers group, self-esteem workshops, domestic violence info sessions, etc)
  • Advocacy
    When a woman feels her rights are not being respected, the counseling team will advocate on her behalf (legal, financial assistance, etc).
  • Referrals
    Referrals to various external resources are offered to the women and children in accordance to their needs.
  • Youth Services
    The childcare counselor works directly with mothers and children. Services include: individual support with mothers and children and group workshops.
Auberge Transition

Address

C. P. 266, succ. NDG
Montréal (Québec) H4A 3P6

Contact Us

Shelter: Phone: 514-481-0495
Email: aubtrans@qc.aira.com
External Centre: Phone: 514-439-6930 Fax: 514-439-6932
Email: atconsultation@videotron.ca

Hours

Shelter: 24/7
External Centre: Monday through Friday 9am-4pm