Since 1884 The Salvation Army has been an integral component of Quebec’s social assistance network and has an exemplary legacy of service.

The Salvation Army’s humanitarian works are founded on the principles of love and practical concern for all humanity. In Québec, our service areas are concentrated in the largest metropolitan regions with:

  • major facilities for men, women and families in Montreal and Québec City
  • centres of care and influence in Sherbrooke, Gatineau, Trois Rivières, St. Jérôme and Shawinigan

Type of services offered:

  • Child/Family,
  • Adult,
  • Senior,
  • Special needs,
  • Other


Our diverse programs and services include:

  • Family services, including counselling, food banks and Christmas baskets, mobile street kitchen and ministry, immigrant and refugee services and inner-city school feeding programs
  • Disaster and Emergency services
  • Shelters for homeless men and men with special needs at the Booth Centre in Montreal and L’Hôtellerie in Québec City
  • Shelters for homeless and distressed women at L’Abri d’espoir in Montreal and La Maison Charlotte in Québec City
  • Catherine Booth Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Addiction and rehabilitation treatment programs
  • Thrift Stores
  • Lake L’Achigan Summer Camp for Kids
  • Montclair Seniors’ Residence