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More essential than ever, caring initiatives offer the opportunity to make a difference in our community and enable people to reach out to one another in a supportive manner.

We know we can find ourselves in vulnerable situations suddenly. Fortunately, most of us have the opportunity to give back and make a real difference in people’s lives.

These various initiatives would not be possible without the invaluable help of our volunteers, who offer their time to provide assistance to communities across Laval.

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Home care is a service that sets apart in Laval. Designed to help people living in precarious situations, isolation or illness, home-care services encompass several programs and resources that allow people to continue to maintain their regular way of life.

This service helps people who are ill, are no longer self-sufficient or as mobile as they once were and who must undergo intensive medium or long-term treatment. Requests for transportation for one-time appointments are directed to local home-care organizations, with which we have long been partners.

Assistance for shopping and recreational activities, friendly visits, a helping hand at home as well as friendship calls are services offered to seniors and/or people who are losing their self-sufficiency.

SecuriCAB is an automated call service designed to ensure the safety of single seniors living at home. It was developed for all seniors in Québec and is designed to detect emergencies and provide greater security and peace of mind for themselves, their loved ones and their caregivers.

The tax-clinic service is available throughout the year by appointment only and is free. To be eligible, a person must have a modest income and a simple tax situation. Contact our Home Support Department at 450 681-6164, ext. 2329 for more information.

Injury-prevention kits are available as a result of a partnership between Centre de bénévolat et moisson Laval (CBML) and CLSC du Marigot. These kits are provided by SIPPE (Services Intégrés en Périnatalité et Petite Enfance) program workers to future parents with low income who have not completed high school.

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