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Domestic Programs – Médecins du Monde

Last update: 1970-01-01


* Mobile medical services for people experiencing homelessness: STI screening, health assessment, wound and infection care, prescriptions for contraception, vaccination, distribution of Naloxone kits and Fentanyl test strips.
* Individual and group psychological counselling for community workers.
* Walk-in medical clinic for migrants without health insurance and in a precarious situation: evaluation by a social worker or a nurse, consultation by volunteer doctor.
* Issuance of BINAM cards of identification and residency of the city of Montréal.

Customer base:

mobile clinic: people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, sex workers, drug users, street youth, Indigenous people experiencing homelessness, clinic for migrants with precarious status: migrants without medical coverage who live in Canada and cannot afford an appointment at a private clinic, psychological support: workers from Médecins du Monde's partner community groups



Territory served:

Montréal Island


Without accommodation

Legal status:

non-profit organization

Language of service:

French; English


  • mobile clinic: Monday to Friday
  • see schedule and locations of outings on the website
  • clinic for migrants with precarious status: appointments on Mondays by phone from 17h00 to 20h00 or in person on Thursday 9h30 to 12h00

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