INFORMATION BROCHUREDownload the brochure on the left side of this page to learn about the services offered to seniors in the community, including housing for independent seniors.
Also refer to the community organizations to find out about the different services offered.
HOME MAINTENANCE ASSISTANCE FOR SENIORSThe Home Maintenance Assistance Program for homeowners aged 65 and over allows eligible individuals to receive an annual $100 grant. T
Here are the requirements to be eligible:
- The owner must be 65 years of age or older as of July 1 of the tax year
- Taxes must have been paid in full
- Only one application per property is accepted
- This application is valid for one year only and a new application must be made each year
How do I apply for the grant?
- Download and complete the Home Support for Seniors form
- Attach proof of photo identification
- All applications must be submitted by November 30th of the current year
Then send the form and the required documents by email to email@example.com or in person at Town Hall located at 100 Charbonneau Street.
Please note that claims are processed between September 15 and December 15 of the current year.
For information: 450 621-3500, ext. 0
TRANSPORTATION FOR SENIORSOn Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., a cab will pick up seniors (65 years of age and older) at their homes and drive them to the locations listed in the service schedule.
Enhanced service for COVID-19 vaccination. For a complete list of eligible addresses, please download the PDF document in the left hand section of this page.
|$1 each way (there and back), payable to the driver|
How do I request transportation?
- Register at Community Services, 450 621-3500, ext. 7380 (registration valid as long as you live at the same address).
- Reserve your transportation by 4:00 p.m. on the previous Tuesday for a Thursday or Friday outing and reserve your transportation by 4:00 p.m. on the previous Friday for a Tuesday outing by calling 579-275-0301. Ask for route 222.
- Provide your contact information and specify the destination and desired departure and return times.
You may not go to any other locations than those listed.
RAPPID+OR PROGRAM - 65 years and overIn order to promote a healthy and safe living environment for seniors who wish to remain in their own homes, the partners involved in the Rappid+Or program are pleased to announce the resumption of home visits this Fall 2022.
Upon registration of the senior with the Centre d'action bénévole Solange-Beauchamp, a team composed of a firefighter, a police officer and a volunteer will come and meet the person.
The volunteer, trained by the Volunteer Bureau and the CISSS des Laurentides, will talk to the person about his or her living environment, health and interests, and will present the various resources that can help him or her, if necessary.
The police officer will go around the residence to check the security of doors and windows, identify objects that could cause falls or interfere with interventions with first responders, do prevention and answer questions about fraud, abuse, driving, etc.
The firefighter will check for smoke alarms, heating systems, electrical overloads or any other potentially dangerous situation. The firefighter will provide a kit with items that can enhance safety if needed.