Housing Form

Presentation :

Impact’s housing program offers to people between 18 and 65 years old having mental health conditions the opportunity to benefit from an affordable apartment with follow-up.  We begin the program with a stay of two years in an apartment under supervision. After this period, we support and help people finding a long-term rent if the progression of the person and availability allow it. During this period, we will provide a weekly follow-up for the first months, then we will revaluate the frequency of the meetings.

Located in the area of Petite-Bourgogne, the building of 12-furnished studio is near services such as subway, pharmacy and grocery stores.

*Note that tenants can have 1 cat only.  Dogs are unfortunately forbidden.


To obtain housing with Impact:

1. Be aware of the following exclusions:

  • Predominance of toxicomania over mental health problems;
  • Not being able to respect the rules in the building and the resources;
  • Insufficient autonomy.

* The person must meet all the criteria of an affordable housing   ((Regulation on allocation of HLM Housing (L.R.Q., c. S-8, r. 1) , including  :

  • Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • Have less than 28 000$ incomes;
  • Not a full-time student at the time of application.

2. You must complete the following housing forms. When you send the form will be directed to the mailbox of our person in charge of housing at Impact.

3. Along with your application send a summary of your recent medical and psychiatric record or a psychosocial functioning evaluation*.   You can send them by email or fax at 514-939-3695.

4. Following the reception of the documents, a selection will be made. If you meet all the criteria, you will be put on our waiting list.  It is unfortunately impossible to tell the waiting time.  You can call us or send an email to the responsible of housing at Impact in order to know if you have been selected.  If you are not selected it is because one or more criteria was not met.  You can send another request when your situation is more stable.

5. When you will be the next candidate on the waiting list, an interview will be done to select the person who will have access to a supervised apartment.  Make sure we have your latest contact details to join you.  It is very important to inform us of any change of phone number.  If you don’t call back after three attempts of calling, we will remove your name from the waiting list.

For further information, contact Stéphanie Thibault by phone at 514-939-3132 or by  email.

* It is important to send us all the necessary documents. We will prioritize people with complete documentation. You can make a request to your doctor, nurse, social facilitator or social worker and fax it to 514-939-3695.