Assistance and Referral Centre

Facilitating access to services by providing support to over 53,000
English-speakers living in the Montérégie-Centre.

OUR ACTIVITIES
OUR PROGRAMS

WHO ARE WE

Welcome to the Assitance
& Referral Centre

The Assistance and Referral Centre (ARC) is a non-profit organization that promotes awareness & accessibility to English-Language Health and Social Services in the Montérégie-Centre region.

ACCESS TO HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES

  • Network of public and community partners

  • Promotion of healthy lifestyles

  • Adaptation & translation of health services in English

  • Information sessions and material in English

  • Interpreter and liaison services

  • Collaboration with public agencies and community groups to facilitate access

  • Information and Referrals

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OUR ACTIVITY CALENDAR

Upcoming Activities

IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE

Call Now: (514) 605-9500

KEEPING YOU INFORMED

News & Articles

January 11, 2021 – NEW video from the Director of Public Health in the Montérégie

A new subtitled video clip on COVID, made by the Director of Public Health of the Montérégie, is now available on the Public Health Youtube channel. View video >>

January 11, 2021 – NEW Canada Recovery Benefits

If you are unable to work or your income has decreased significantly as a result of COVID-19, you may be eligible for one of three new Canada Recovery Benefits depending on your situation. See details >>

January 7, 2021 – New Rules and Directives in Force

Effective January 9 to February 9, new COVID-19 measures in force throughout Quebec. See details >>

December 4, 2020 — McGill Bursary Recipient

The first recipient of a bursary through ARC Assistance and Referral Centre is Mr. Rafik Hana who was awarded a $2,500 bursary from McGill in December 2020. Rafik is studying Nursing at Dawson College. Our congratulations to Rafik! See photo and details on the program >>

November 26, 2020 — Dementia Activity Booklet from McGill

Dementia Activity Booklet with 40+ activities that you and your loved one can engage in and enjoy together. Part 1 and part 2 >>.

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WHAT WE DO

Our Projects & Programs

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Seniors

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Caregivers

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Youth & Families

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Partnership and Community Involvement

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Mental Health

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RHSSPT

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Targeted Bursary Program

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McGill Retention

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We would like to thank our valuable funders for their financial support