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Independent Living – Montérégie

The Independent Living – Montérégie center was established in 2005 by Le Regroupement des Personnes Handicapées du Haut-Richelieu. It offers four fundamental services of the Independent Living Canada organization:

  • Information and Networking: provides information pertaining to the services and programs offered in the Montérégie region put into place to remove barriers to independent living;
  • Peer Support: offers peer support to individuals living with a disability with the goal of sharing experiences and help solve problems.
  • Development of Skills for Independent Living: develops skills for independent living. It teaches self-defence, individual rights, ways to deal with discrimination, how to make decisions and take risks;
  • Research and Community Development: research and development activities based on promoting awareness of disability issues, verifying accessibility to web sites and initiatives for the prevention of crime and abuse.

If you would like more information, call Independent Living – Montérégie from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 5 pm at (450) 347-6041 or you can visit their website: