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Self-Care Guide, by the Government of Québec
Number of cases in TMR: Santé Montréal
The most up-to-date numbers of confirmed cases in Montréal by borough, linked city and CIUSSS, come from Santé Montréal. Use the pull-down menu, right under "Current situation in Montréal".
Food, restaurants, groceries
Have a look at our list of active local businesses, including for deliveries and takeout meals.
In collaboration with Meals on Wheels, among others, the Town offers expanded services in this collective time of preventive confinement. Residents aged 70 and over or with severe restrictions can contact 514 734-2937 if they need help with their meals or groceries.
Telephone security and reassurance program for seniors and vulnerable residents living alone or without family nearby. Register at 514 734-2937.
Support for family caregivers
Caregiver support hotline: a listening, information and referral line dedicated to caregivers of seniors. This toll-free number is accessible Monday to Sunday from 8:00 to 20:00. Bilingual counsellors are available.
Various posters, including for owners of multi-unit residential buildings.
Financial Assistance for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses
For cities and boroughs in the Montréal area, the PME MTL network is responsible for managing applications for the Government of Québec's Emergency Assistance to Small and Medium-Sized Businesses program (Aide d’urgence aux petites et moyennes entreprises). Visit PME MTL online.
- TMR Volunteer Centre: 514 739-9000 | firstname.lastname@example.org | vmr-benevoles-tmr.com
- Info-Social: 8-1-1 | www.quebec.ca/en/health/finding-a-resource/info-social-811/
- Tel-Aide: 514 935-1101 | www.telaide.org/en/
- Tel-Aînés: 514 353-2463 | tel-ecoute.org
- Jasmin Transition (free telephone support for seniors age 70 and up in housing transition): 514 234-8212 | jasmintransition.com/en/
- Revivre (anxiety, depression, bipolarity): 1-866-738-4873 | www.revivre.org/en/
- Ordre des psychologues du Québec: www.ordrepsy.qc.ca