Thank you! The Council works in partnership with all organizations in NDG on ongoing dossiers
- Forward House
- Project Genesis
- HIPPY Montreal
- Walkley Community Center
- Monkland Community Center
- Westheaven Community Center
- NDG Senior Citizen Center
- Comité Jeunesse NDG
- CDN-NDG Borough
- CSSS Cavendish
- Au pois chic
- Centre de bénévolat NDG
- Comité citoyen NDG
- Complexe de santé Reine Elizabeth
- Trinity Memorial Anglican Church
- Women on the Rise
- Kensington Presbytarian Church
Au Pois chic -la cuisine de NDG aims to provide access to healthy nutrition in NDG. It is a social economy enterprise with both an economic and a social objective. From the economic perspective the goal is to develop sustainable jobs in food preparation and service. On a social plane we strive to assist those grappling with food insecurity in our community.
Au Pois Chic offers hot meals to the Staff at the MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre, a catering service, and bi-weekly community lunches. This social economy enterprise is the result of collaboration among those in our community concerned with food security in NDG.
The Côte-des-Neiges / Notre-Dame-de-Grâce CDEC, in existence since 1992, works for the economic and social development of our borough. Its dedicated staff and Board are active in supporting individual and collective entrepreneurship, the development of employability projects, and initiatives that have a lasting impact on the diversification of the economy and reinforcement of the social climate and its cohesion. Its mandate is to encourage and foster the social and economic development of the neighbourhood through the development of appropriate ways and means as determined by local actors. Our team of profesionals are available to support you with your business projects. Please do not hesitate to take advantage of our services!
The Fraser-Hickson Institute, a registered non-profit organization, was established in 1870 according to Hugh Fraser’s will, as a free library, museum and gallery. It opened its doors in 1885 as one of Montreal’s first libraries and for more than 70 years operated out of a building known as Burnside Hall at the corner of University and René-Levesque.
Since 1970, Head & Hands has been committed to the physical and mental health of our community’s youth. Today, we offer a number of medical, social, and legal services including:
Information and referrals, Medical clinics and special HIV testing clinics, The Sense Project sex education program Legal assistance, accompaniment, and lawyer consultations, Social counseling with couples, families, and individuals, The young parents program, The Jeunesse 2000 youth drop-in centre, Tutoring, Our emergency food pantry, Workshops on legal rights, safer drug use, babysitting and other social topics such as self-esteem, body-image, and boundaries
We are a Christian community, seeking to be a haven of hope, hospitality and healing for our neighbourhood and the world beyond. We hope for a transformed world in which justice will roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. ‘From our past will come our future; what it holds a mystery, unrevealed until its season, something God alone can see.’
We seek to share in the healing of the planet, to share its resources, and conserve it for future generations. We seek to work as partners with our neighbours to build communal health.
"Our goal is to create a safe, positive environment in which there is always room for and movement towards improvement and growth. We take great pride in our programs at Loyola Center, we promote respectful treatment of others and a strong sense of belonging. Our participants, parents, staff, volunteers and guests are ambassadors who invite others to visit the center based on their own experiences and to become a part of the Loyola Family. Every individual is encouraged to take on the challenges of personal growth, while contributing to the growth of Loyola Center."
The Loyola Center provides educational, cultural, social recreational and community programs to the children, adolescents and adults of the community. We aim to ensure the needs of the community are met through providing access to quality programming, delivered in partnership with educational institutions, community organizations, and programs and services offered by various levels of government.
The mission of the MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre is to maximize our clients’ autonomy and community participation in order to improve their quality of life.
Working in a collaborative and interdisciplinary fashion this mission is realized through the provision of specialized and ultra-specialized adaptation, rehabilitation, and social integration services to people with a significant and persistent disability.
The Centre’s clients include children and youth with motor impairments or communication disorders, and people of all ages who are Deaf, hard-of-hearing or who have a visual impairment. In conjunction with our clinical mission, the Centre is committed to participating in the education of healthcare professionals and conducting applied research in the field of rehabilitation.
In addition to providing services in French and English, MAB-Mackay is designated by the Ministry of Health and Social Services as an establishment providing services in English to the population of Montréal and the Lanaudière, Laval, Montérégie and Northern Québec regions.
Women on the Rise (WOR) is an organization which adheres to its mission of "helping mothers to help themselves". We do this by providing support programs and services to parents with children from 0-5 years old. The organization was created in 1991 by CLSC/NDG in response to two studies which highlighted the need for services to address single parents, isolation problems associated with new immigrants and families in general. In 1999, the organization was incorporated as an independent entity. During the first year we shared the premises and received support of another community organization.
In 2001, Women on the Rise was able to find a new home where all our activities could be conducted under one roof.
Offrir aux locataires vulnérables de Notre-Dame-de-Grâce un service de proximité d’information, de soutien et d’empowerment.
Le service d’aide aux locataires vulnérables de Notre-Dame-de-Grâce est un service de proximité d’information sur les droits et responsabilités des locataires. Il favorise également la justice sociale, l’empowerment, l’information et l’éducation, la défense des droits individuels et collectifs des locataires de NDG.
Afin de rejoindre les locataires les plus vulnérables du quartier, et favoriser la proximité des services, nous avons choisi d’offrir nos services à même les installations de nos partenaires qui sont fréquentés par ces locataires dans les secteurs défavorisés de NDG. Présentement nos services sont offerts au Conseil Communautaire NDG, au Dépôt alimentaire NDG et au Centre Communautaire Walkley. Par contre en raison du manque de financement nous ne pouvons pas offrir notre service dans deux secteurs défavorisés de Westhaven et de Saint-Raymond. C'est dans ces deux secteurs que les plus haut taux d'effort au logement sont observés. C'est aussi dans ces secteurs que les revenus médians les plus bas sont observés et que les familles vivant dans des logements trop petits se retrouvent dans une plus grande proportion (11,8%). Les personnes de plus de 65 ans, qui constituent 14,3% de la population de NDG, sont un groupe plus vulnérable. Ils vivent en proportion plus grande dans le sud de Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. Plusieurs locataires se retrouvent avec des besoins impérieux en logement. Pour ces locataires plus vulnérables, il est primordial d'avoir accès à l'information et à l'accompagnement nécessaire dans les deux centres.
Depuis 1976, le Groupe CDH a réalisé plus de 6 000 unités, soit près de 220 projets, sous la forme de coopératives d’habitation ou d’OBNL dans la région montréalaise.
Gère-Loge administre près de 750 unités de logement à Montréal. Cette société veille à maximiser le taux d’occupation, à maintenir les immeubles en bon état, à percevoir les loyers et à rédiger tous les rapports financiers nécessaires.
Le groupe conseil en développement de l’habitation le Groupe CDH, est un organisme à but non lucratif (OBNL) qui œuvre dans le domaine de l’économie sociale.
Son équipe est composée d’un groupe de ressources techniques (GRT), d’architectes et de Gère-Loge, une société en gestion d’immeubles.
Action Communiterre is a non-profit organization promoting food security through a network of collective gardens, workshops, and activities that create better awareness of – and more widespread access to—fresh, healthy food. Our vision is to reinforce social solidarity and build community to deal with the issue of food security in ways that ensure both equality and environmental sustainability.
- OUR COLLECTIVE GARDENS give access to fresh, healthy food and an opportunity to build community with a focus on food security.
- OUR WORKSHOPS give information and knowledge on different food and gardening related topics.
- OUR ACTIVITIES give people an opportunity to build community and have some fun
Comité Jeunesse de Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (CJNDG) provides a meeting place for community and cultural groups, as well as sports clubs from the NDG and Côte-des-Neiges areas. In addition CJNDG provides administrative support for these groups.
CJNDG is committed to delivering excellent services for the community and has provided special events equipment and expertise to many organisations throughout the borough of NDG and Côte-des-Neiges.
Today, CJNDG employs 6 regular staff and 89 part-time employees, the majority of whom are young local people who provide direct services to the community through day camps and supervision of community facilities.
CJDNG offers the following services to local community organizations:
Block party insurance
These programs are offered in partnership with La Ville de Montréal.
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