Check here for an up-to-date list of the books, zines, etc available in our Sexual Assault Centre initiative’s resource library. Resources are listed by topic and are available at the Centre For Gender Advocacy’s 2110 Rue MacKay location.
The following is a list of existing services and resources for sexual assault survivors in the greater Montreal area. Unless otherwise stated, services are open to people of all genders and sexualities – however, please note that even though many services have informed us at they do serve trans people and dis/abled people, they made vary in level of sensitivity, knowledge and accessibility. We suggest calling ahead to make sure that the services you want to access will work for you. If you have concerns about this process, the 2110 Centre for Gender Advocacy has a team of trained peer support and advocacy volunteers who can help you navigate service access.
Montreal Sexual Assault Centre
(514) 934 – 0354
Crisis line: (514) 934 – 4504
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 am – 5 pm
Address: 1801, boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest. Bureau 400 (fourth floor), Montreal
Services: individual counseling, medical-legal and medical-social information, hospital accompaniment, information and resources.
Help Line: (514) 398 – 8500
Hours: Mon-Friday: 1pm – 12am, Sat-Sun: 6pm – 12am
Address: 3480 McTavish: Basement of Shatner University Centre, Room B27
Services: Provides support groups for survivors of sexual assault; resource library and helpline available.
(514) 284 – 1212
fax: (514) 284 1017
Address: CP 237 Succ. Place du Parc
Services: English/French: Provides self-defense workshops for women (trans women and cis women) and children (all genders).
Not wheelchair accessible but an adapted self-defense course is offered in an accessible space
(514) 848 – 2424 confidential PSA extension: 7880
Hours: 10 am – 5 pm (2110 Mackay location); 1 pm – 7 pm (1500 de Maisonneuve location)
Address: 2110 Mackay, 1st Floor; Suite 404, 1500 de Maisonneuve Ouest.
Services: free and confidential peer support and advocacy; resource library; referrals binder with listing of anti-oppressive counsellors, health care providers, etc.
(514) 499 – 1854
Address: 2001 Boulevard St. Laurent
Services: English/French. Provides support groups and individual counseling for people 18 years and older. Focus on Indigenous communities.
(514) 481 – 0277
Fax: (514) 481 – 2336
Hours: Monday-Thursday: 10am-9:30pm, Friday: 10am – 5pm
Address: 5833 Sherbrooke Ouest. C.P. 206, Succ. NDG
Services: French/English. Short-term counseling, by phone, appointment or drop in, couples or individuals; safer sex resources; STI testing. Ages 12-25 only.
Ask about wheelchair accessibility
(514) 529 – 5567
Hours: Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Address: 8105 de Gaspe, suite 100, Montreal
Services: French/English. Resource and intervention centre for men sexually abused in their childhood. Provides support groups for men (trans men and cis men) 18 years and older. Provides legal counseling.
Offices are not wheelchair accessible, but support groups are.
(514) 285 – 1599 or (514) 285 – 8889 (accepts collect calls from women in prison)
fax: (514) 285 2465
Hours: Monday – Friday 11 am – 5 pm (Tuesdays are 1 pm – 5 pm)
Address: 2065 Parthenais street, Suite 404, Montreal.
Services: French/English. For sex workers by sex workers. Provides a “bad tricks and assaulters list”. Provides referral to health services or psychological support. If you wish to file a complaint against a client or cop you can fill out a description sheet on line, by fax, email, telephone, the mail, or in person. This can all be done anonymously.