Confidential, free and available to all Town of Mount Royal residents, the garden city’s community support services help promote health in our Town. The Recreation, Culture and Community Activities Department oversees them.
Various other local resources, independant from the town services, such as the Volunteer Centre, are complementary to our own services.
Community Health Nurse
Home visits and office visits. Assessments. Liaison with physicians, social workers and hospitals. Counselling. Long-term home care planning. Wellness promotion. Referral to appropriate resources.
To promote physical, emotional and social well-being. Guidance with any type of problem or decision-making (stress, loneliness, future planning, etc.). Absolute confidentiality. By appointment only. Mondays from 13:30 to 16:30.
Foot Care Clinic
For any Town of Mount Royal resident requiring help in maintaining their feet in top condition. Provided by an accredited registred nurse. Identification and assessment of foot condition; basic pedicure; nail care; general health teaching. Bimonthly at 60 Roosevelt Avenue. By appointment only. Price: $40 per visit.
Daily Hello Program
Telephone security and reassurance program. To promote independence and develop the feeling of safety for anyone who lives alone or without family nearby. Operates Monday through Friday.
Help such as bathing, hair washing, supervised outings, meal preparation, errands, etc. Referrals for this service are made through the community health nurse.
Blood Pressure Clinic
Twice a month, on a Monday morning, a walk-in clinic offers blood pressure monitoring between 9:00 and 10:00 at 60 Roosevelt Avenue. Inquire for the next date.
Meals on Wheels
To help optimize nutritional status, hot meals are delivered to individual's homes. Requests are prioritized according to need (during a recovery, inability to care for oneself, etc.). Deliveries are Mondays and Thursdays. Limited space. There may be a waiting list.
Each fall, a flu vaccine clinic is offered free of charge by the CLSC de Côte-des-Neiges (CSSS de la Montagne), usually at Town Hall. You must bring your health insurance card. No appointments.