For enhanced stability

Managed Alcohol Program

It is a pilot program of permanent housing with the possibility for the resident to participate at a Managed Alcohol program (MAP) in order to reduce supervised housing obstacles and attenuate acute, chronicle and social harms related to alcohol addiction. This program offers an option of services-housing with a Managed Alcohol Program for 8 Indigenous men in homelessness situation with a severe alcohol addiction.

For the resident, the objectives of the program are :

  • Offering a space that is favorable to stabilization and to life quality improvement.
  • Improving access to primary health services.
  • Putting in place a significance community support.
  • Connecting or reconnecting with Indigenous cultures.

The house in which 8 men will stay is situated in down-town Montreal, with 8 furnished and private rooms, 3 washrooms, a shared kitchen, a patio and a game room.

There are many advantages to participate at this program and stay in this house.

  • A private and lock room
  • Reduction of hospital visits
  • Socialization with room-mates
  • Stabilization of alcohol consumption.
  • Staff on site in urgent case
  • A shared house where it is possible to (re)connect with our Indigenous roots.

 

For more information, please contact :
Dianna Marini
dianna.marini@paqc.org