For emergencies, call 911

LOCAL POLICE
-Call your local police if the situation is not an emergency but you suspect it might be against the law.
- Ask to speak to someone who has been trained in senior abuse, or domestic/family violence. 
- A list of local police detachments can be found here.

Seniors Help Line
514-489-2287
Toll free: 1-888-489-2287
Email: 


211
Call 211 if you have a concern about a situation of inappropriate or abusive behaviour affecting the well-being of an older person. 
- All information you may share will be kept confidential.
- You can also call or visit the 211 website for general information, referral, and support to seniors and others for all programs and service in Québec.  



Human Rights Commission

Address:
360, Saint-Jacques St, 2nd floor

Montréal (Québec) H2Y 1P5
Access for disabled persons: 361, Notre-Dame St, West

Phone: 514 873-5146
Toll free: 1 800 361-6477
TTY: 514-873-2648
E-mail: 
Website

Business hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
See the complete list of offices


Public Guardian and Trustee Office of Québec- Curateur Public Québec
Toll free: 1 800 363‑9020

By e-mail - Please use our online form.
Website

Crime Victims Assistance Center
A support service for victims of physical violence, threats, fraud, theft or other types of crimes.
TOLL FREE 1-866-LE-CAVAC (1-866-532-2822)
Phone: 514-277-9860
Website

Department of Health and Social Services 
Québec calling area: 418 644-4545
Montréal calling area: 514 644-4545
Elsewhere in Québec: 1 877 644-4545 (toll free)
Persons with a hearing or speech impairment  (TTY): 1 800 361-9596 (toll free)
Website

 

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