A step toward stability and well-being

PAQ has 16 transition apartment studios: 9 for men and 6 for women, and an accessible apartment for a person with mobility challenges. Tenants are provided with access to a full-time psychosocial worker.

Governed by a set of protocols that promote safety and harmony between residents and those around them, transition rooms offer lease contracts from three months to three years. In transition, an intervention style that is culturally adapted to First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples is used. Our intervention worker works closely with the residents to prevent a return to homelessness and supports members towards developing better stability in their lives on a short-term, midterm, and long-term basis.



  1. Contact the psychosocial worker (see the information below).
  2. Fill out a housing application.
  3. Participate in an interview with the selection committee where a room is available.
  4. The candidate is informed of the committee’s decision on their application.
  5. If the application is successful, a meeting will be scheduled with the transition rooms coordinator to organize move details.



A personalized intervention plan that aims:

  • To establish long-term objectives with each participant.
  • Intervene in crises (financial, mental, physical health, etc.).
  • Actively listen to each participant according to their needs.



  • Financial literacy: This program encourages residents to practice and further develop skills to properly manage their finances.
  • Laundry room: washing machine and dryer.
  • Hot meal in take-out at night.
  • Life Skills Program.



A psychosocial worker for Transition program is available Monday to Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM.

To contact the psychosocial worker: