The management of the lodging centers work in direct collaboration with the government. Qualified and social workers are there to welcome, guide and supervise residents, whether for a few nights or a few months.
Hôtellerie pour hommes
Founded in 1985, L’Hôtellerie pour hommes is a men’s housing center designed to help men at risk of homelessness and combat social isolation. L’Hôtellerie pour hommes can accommodate 62 men for a determined time according to the resident’s needs.
Residents at L’Hôtellerie benefit from the following services: single or double room, dormitory for emergency accommodation, dining room with three meals a day, and an individual intervention program prepared by our social workers, in order to encourage their social reintegration.
L’Hôtellerie pour hommes accommodates nearly 900 individuals on average every year.
La Maison Charlotte offers its residents compassion, respect and support to prevent them from ending up on the street. La Maison Charlotte, houses up to 18 adult women.
Residents of La Maison Charlotte benefit from the following services: single room, dining room with three meals a day, activities and individual or group intervention program prepared by our social workers in order to promote their social reintegration.
La Maison Charlotte accommodates nearly 300 women on average every year.
The Community Church in Québec offers tailored spiritual resources and services. Its purpose is to meet the spiritual needs of its members, the community, and to promote the message of Jesus Christ.
Meetings on Sunday at 10:00 am
Are you looking for a unique gift for a special occasion? Do you care about the environment? The Salvation Army Thrift Stores offer a multitude of finds!
The Salvation Army Thrift Store was built to ease your shopping. You will find a wide range of products that will please and satisfy you and your loved ones: shoes, clothes, fashion accessories, books, toys, antiques, household appliances and more.
The Salvation Army participates in a recycling program for certain materials (foam, metal, etc.), that helps decrease the amount of waste produced in the country. Funds raised are used to finance a large part of the services offered by The Salvation Army in Quebec.
Work-Study Program (WSP)
The WSP offers vocational or technical training (Theoretical courses and internships at The Salvation Army) to young adults aged 16 to 18 who are at high risk of dropping out of school
This personalized support program and coaching helps people looking for short term employment opportunities. It helps to improve the situation of participants and helps them continue their individual and social development.
Compensatory and community work
The Salvation Army acts as a housing organization for adults 18 and older who have to complete community service as a stated by the courts.
Community and Family Services
Food and material aid
Family services provides families living through difficult times with practical help such as and basic necessities.
Every week, in Québec City, hundreds of families receive food aid and emergency clothing. These families cannot return more than once a month for a maximum of 6 times a year. The food bank should not be a habit, but rather a help service.
Coats, mattresses, and school supplies for children are collected each year and distributed to people in need.
Emergency services and disaster relief services
The Salvation Army is emergency and disaster relief services offers disaster victims support and emergency material assistance: food baskets, furniture, clothing and more.
For many families in Quebec, the holiday season is particularly difficult. That’s why The Salvation Army annually distributes nearly 500 Christmas Hampers.
Every year, the employees of our housing centers organize a Christmas supper for the homeless in Quebec. Approximately 200 people eat a hot meal, sing and receive gifts.
Summer Camp Lac de l’Achigan
Every year, The Salvation Army gives numerous children the opportunity to live a dream week at our Camp Lac de l’Achigan. The children can enjoy many activities: canoe and pedal boat rides, crafts, campfires, obstacle courses and more.
Hôtellerie pour hommes:
14, Côte du Palais
Québec (QC) G1R 4H8
Telephone: 418 692-3956, ext. 1
5, McMahon Street
Québec (QC) G1R 3S3
Telephone: 418 692-3956, ext. 2
Community and Family Services & Thrift Store
815, Wilfrid-Hamel Boulevard
Quebec (QC) G1M 2R6
Telephone: 418 641-0050