March and April: Drop Off Your Tax Documents Free service offered to women and their families. Annual income less than: Single adult: $ 35,000 Couple: $ 45,000 Single adult with child: $ 45,000 + $2,500 for each additional child or dependent. Places are limited. Voluntary contributions are appreciated. *** Registrations are closed for this year.
As part of National Caregiver Week, we would like to highlight the reality of the women we support through our services. Self-identifying as a Caregiver — The First Step Currently one caregiver out of three who regularly provides care to another person, does not identify as a caregiver. At the YWCA Montreal, we offer a
Each year, as part of Mental Health Week, the YWCA organizes activities and provides various tips, references and tools that can help everyone restore or maintain their psychological balance. Take care of yourself at an affordable price If mental health is everyone’s business, not everyone has the same means to take care of it. In order
Are you taking care of a family member or friend, a senior who has a loss of autonomy? The role of caregiver can be demanding. If there are unhealthy behaviours in the relationship, caring for someone can be particularly difficult to live. On one hand, sadness, frustration and guilt can add to the stress and
DID YOU KNOW? What is a family caregiver? A family caregiver is anyone who provides, without remuneration, regular help or care to a person who has a significant or persistent incapacity. What do caregivers do? Manage appointments and medications Personal and medical care Accompaniment and transport Legal and financial affairs Domestic tasks Emotional and
For the National Caregiver Week, Jessica Smith, Family Caregivers Support Program Coordinator, gives you an overview of CLSC home care services and practical tools in our new video! The presentation is aimed at helping caregivers understand the range of services available to seniors through the CLSCs, as well as the current role and functioning of
As part of the Mois de la Justice, the YWCA Montreal and Option consommateurs present: « La violence économique : la reconnaître et s’en sortir »* “Economic violence: How to recognize and overcome it” (this workshop is offered in French only). On February 6th, 2018, at 1:30 pm, in studio 4 at the YWCA The
At the YWCA Montreal, the involvement of volunteers helps to extend the range of services offered to women. From October to March, thanks to a partnership with Pro Bono Students Canada, the YWCA Montreal Legal Information Clinic hosts a team of volunteer law students. A free service to guide you How can a student help
Enjoy our programs and activities for families: – Parent-Child Groups (0-2 & 2-4 years old) – Parent Time – After-School Program 2X2 (6-12 years old).
The Women’s Y is looking for dedicated, English and French speaking volunteers to provide encouragement and language support through one-hour weekly meetings to participants enrolled in the YWCA’s employability programs. Each peer helper will be paired up with a participant of one or our employability programs . See description for more information. See description for more
The YWCA Montreal is proud to announce that Me Ewa Gerus, a volunteer with its Legal Information Clinic since 2004, has been awarded the 2015 Saint-Yves Medal at the Lawyer Emeritus Distinction Special Awards Ceremony, held on October 26th by le Barreau du Québec. Press Release