Rehabilitation centres serve people who have a physical disability, an intellectual disability (ID), a pervasive development disorder (PDD), an addiction problem (alcohol, drugs, gambling) or behavioural, psychosocial or family difficulties. Generally speaking, rehabilitation centres offer adaptation, rehabilitation, social integration and accompaniment, as well as support services for family and friends. Their services may be provided on the centres' premises, in schools, at work or at home, as need be. In Montréal, there are 14 rehabilitation centres, five of which are private.
Rehabilitation centres – Intellectual disabilities
- Atelier le Fil d'Ariane inc.
- West Island Readaptation Centre
- CRDITED - Previously: Centre de réadaptation Gabrielle-Major, Centre de réadaptation Lisette-Dupras and Services de réadaptation L'Intégrale
- Miriam Home and Services
Rehabilitation centres – Physical disabilities
- Constance-Lethbridge Rehabilitation Centre
- MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre
- Centre de réadaptation Marie Enfant du CHU Sainte-Justine
- Institut Raymond-Dewar
- Centre de réadaptation Lucie-Bruneau
Rehabilitation centres – Young people with adjustment problems
- Teen Haven : 514 769-5050
Rehabilitation centres –Mothers with adjustment problems