Old Brewery Mission - Montreal Emergency Services

By: Old Brewery Mission  09-12-2011
Keywords: Homeless Shelters

Homeless shelters have historically

been based on a charity model aimed

at helping those  in a temporary crisis. 

The Old Brewery Mission continues to respond to the basic needs of the homeless by

providing them a safe place to sleep, nourishing meals and clothing. 

A timely response coupled with a warm and respectful welcome ensures that all

immediate needs are met. Those requiring temporary housing may present themselves

seven days a week at the Webster Pavilion (for men) and the Patricia Mackenzie

Pavilion (for women).

The Webster Pavilion is the largest resource for homeless men in Quebec providing

essential services to over 300 clients nightly.

The Patricia Mackenzie Pavilion, the most important resource for homeless women in

Canada, welcomes up to 70 women per night.

To find our more these two pavilions:

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Keywords: Homeless Shelters

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With approximately 30,000 homeless people living in the Montreal region, representing a number greater than the seating capacity of the Bell Centre, the need to help the homeless is pressing. Poverty; inability to pay rent; stress associated with job loss; family crisis; drug or alcohol abuse; gambling addiction and frequently, mental illness.