Need support? Contact us!
Rosemerites of 70 years old and over and anyone else with special needs, we are here for you! Do not hesitate to contact us at 450 621-3500, ext. 7384. It will be our pleasure to offer you the necessary support or to direct you to the right resources.
You are feeling lonely? You need to talk? Get a friendly call from the Town!
The Town of Rosemère is offering a new "Friendly Call" service for people who feel isolated and need to talk. If you would like to benefit from this service, please contact us at 450 621-3500, ext. 7384 and specify that you would like to receive a friendly call. We will take your contact information and a member of our team will be happy to contact you to listen and exchange with you. The Town is there for you!
In this time of pandemic, I would like to contribute to my community!
Over the past few days, many citizens have expressed the desire to volunteer in order to do their part during this time of pandemic. If you would like to contribute to the well-being of the population by giving a little of your time, contact us at 450-621-3500, ext. 7384. We thank you in advance for your generosity!
Cross now offers certain services to people in isolation:
calls to break social isolation
the resources available to meet different needs: online grocery and pharmacy
service with delivery, etc.
these services are complementary and are not medical in nature.
1 800 863-6582
reminds citizens that 211 service is available for seniors in the Greater
Montréal area. This socio-community referral telephone line, available every
day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., helps fight isolation, poverty and social exclusion
by enabling citizens to find and learn about community and social services
adapted to their needs. www.211qc.ca/
d'action bénévole Solange-Beauchamp will maintain its Meals on Wheels service
during the pandemic. In order to help seniors aged 70 and over who are confined
to their homes, she wishes to offer the service over a period of 5 days / week
instead of 3 days / week. She is currently looking for volunteers. For more
information, visit their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/cab.solange.beauchamp/).
Let's encourage our local merchants!
To learn more about the services offered by our local merchants and to promote local purchasing, especially during this crisis, we invite you to join the Facebook group: Achat local- Blainville/Boisbriand/BDF/Lorraine/Rosemère/SADP/Ste-Thérèse.
The government has set up the www.lepanierbleu.ca website to list Quebec retailers and their products by region. The mission of this non-transactional site is to support Quebec merchants by stimulating their sales through referencing, raising awareness of the importance of the local economy and promoting best health practises in this period of pandemic related to COVID-19.
The Chambre de commerce et d'industrie Thérèse-DeBlanville (CCITB) has also developed a daily newsletter to support and inform our merchants. To find out more, visit their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CCITB/.
Tools available to maintain the skills of our young people and adults in training
Since school perseverance and the educational success of young people and adults in training are at the heart of Partenaires pour la réussite éducative dans les Laurentides ' concerns, the organization has set up a pedago-leisure resource area for parents on its website.
Don't hesitate to consult it: https://prel.qc.ca/ressources-ecoles-fermees/
Appeal to your generosity: food banks need you!
In the current context, Moisson Laurentides is deploying all necessary measures to ensure food assistance to those in need. With the closing of several establishments as well as with people in isolation, requests for food aid are constantly increasing. If possible for you, Moisson Laurentides invites you to make a donation to www.moissonlaurentides.org/faire-un-don/
Food bank available
The Service d'aide St-Maurice informs you that, in line with the reality of COVID-19, the food bank is available for Rosemerites in need, every Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at St-Maurice Church in Bois-des-Filion. Please note that you must first register by calling 450 621-5521, ext. 231.
Stay in touch, even in confinement!
This period of confinement can be difficult for many people, especially for people who live alone and may be feeling the effects of isolation. Why not give these people a call to simply check up on them? In addition, today's technology allows us to stay close to those around us with just one click. Several platforms exist to keep in touch, such as FaceTime, Zoom and Messenger. Don't hesitate to use them to communicate with the people around you who could benefit from a beautiful moment in real time with you!
The Centre Rayon de Femmes Supports Women
In this period of pandemic, a telephone help and support service has been set up by the Centre Rayon de Femmes to stay in touch with each of them, to talk to them, to exchange on their health, their needs or their fears.
If you need information or if you are worried, call their help and support line.
Monday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except on holidays:
To reach Danielle Bellange: 450 258-0345
To reach Mélanie Emond: 450 437-0890
For more information, visit https://crdf.ca/gardons-le-contact-gardons-nos-distances/.