The Community Support Service is available to all Town of Mount Royal residents.
Its mission is to provide a caring, pleasant, safe and confidential setting that promotes the health and well-being of our Town’s young people, adults, families and seniors.
The Community Support Service is also there to welcome, guide and assist new residents who make our beautiful garden city their home.
Lastly, Town of Mount Royal is proud to meet WHO (World Health Organization) standards as an “Age-Friendly Town.” Within this framework, it provides its seniors with a number of services to support, sustain and accompany them so they can maintain their autonomy and sense of belonging to the community.
To deal with some situations, such as behavioral problems in young people, bereavement, paralyzing anxiety, inter-family conflicts or any other situation that has an impact on your ability to function properly, your social counselor offers short-term counseling to explore possible solutions, then assists you in implementing an intervention plan to help you regain your daily balance.
The social advisor ensures that all vulnerable residents have an active file with government authorities. She also assists residents in their efforts, providing support, guidance and referral to the resources best suited to their needs.
Several other local resources, independent of the services offered by the Town, complement the Community Support Service.
To prevent caregiver burnout, the social advisor supports and accompanies you in a caring way, listening to your needs and providing you with resources and tools to help ease your responsibilities.
The homemaker car services offered by our homecare attendants are designed to complement government social services. Carried out by our experienced and dedicated attendants, these services facilitate the daily lives of vulnerable people and ensure a good quality of life at home.
The daily telephone service is aimed at seniors and people in vulnerable or isolated situations. It allows them to remain socialized, and to be monitored on a daily basis so action can be taken quickly in the event of an emergency.
Offered two days a week for a modest fee, Meals on Wheels is designed for residents who are convalescing or are no longer able to prepare meals due to reduced autonomy.
In collaboration with the Volunteer Center, transportation to medical appointments is provided by trained volunteers at a modest cost.
This program is aimed at residents aged 18 and over who live alone or are caring for a child or senior in a vulnerable situation. In collaboration with other organizations in the Town, the aim of the visits is to offer a space for meeting and exchange in a spirit of caring and respect.
To access Community Assistance services, the social counsellor will first need to carry out an assessment of your needs. From Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 16:30, she is available to all residents seeking services or information.
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