There are a variety of tutoring services offered at each school, as well as outside of school. Please contact your Guidance Professional for more information.
LEARN Quebec is an additional free tutoring resource that families can use. Please consult their website for more information: https://www.learnquebec.ca/en/home
LBPSB & Community Resources
For additional support outside of your school, please consult the following resources:
The Integrated Health and Social Services University Network for West-Central Montreal (CIUSSS West-Central Montreal) is committed to providing healthcare recipients with timely access to a seamless continuum of care that focuses on individuals’ particular needs.
Aire ouverte offers a range of services geared to the reality of young people aged 12 to 25. These include mental and physical health services. Advice about study, work, housing or information about legal and financial aid is also provided on site.
The mission of Suicide Action Montréal (SAM) is to help prevent incidents of suicide through greater access to information, quality services and resources.
Portage is a Canadian non-profit organisation that helps people suffering from substance abuse-related problems to overcome their dependencies and live healthy, happy, and productive lives.
Provides services to youth struggling with addiction with the goal of improving access to services and providing a direct presence in the teens’ environment.
The Centre’s mandate is to serve as a provincial resource for prevention, intervention and research in the field of mental health.
The Centre's mandate is to assist schools in the implementation of best practices for the inclusion of students with ASD and serve as a resource to the other English school boards in Quebec.
The Toxico project consists in deploying an addiction prevention worker to support high schools in deploying universal prevention actions in classrooms, organizing addiction awareness activities, and intervening with students individually.
FLASHealth provides different resources and information to help parents and guardians become involved in their child's education about sexuality through sharing information and discussions.
A school board resource that provides guidelines on supporting gender and sexual diverse students within schools.
This resource aims to guide individuals with special needs and their families as they explore resources available across our community especially when it comes to moments of transition in a person’s life.