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Together Because every street should have an exit 2019 ACTIVITY REPORT

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It makes me proud I am proud to lead La Maison du P re surrounded by caring men and women who through their expertise and dedication make it possible for hundreds of men to regain their place into society each year I am proud to lead La Maison du P re which enjoys an unparalleled reputation thanks to its board members who have ensured the organization s sound administration over the past 50 years I am proud to lead La Maison du P re walking in the footsteps of past directors including many Trinitarian Fathers who were not afraid to stand up and defend the rights of the homeless I am proud to lead La Maison du P re supported by thousands of donors who through their generosity and loyalty tell me that we must continue our work to change people s lives This makes me proud Recognition Awards of distinction and awards of excellence from the health and social services network 2014 and 2019 for community based healthcare geared towards homeless men Fran ois Boissy Chief Executive Officer 3

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It makes me proud I am proud to lead La Maison du P re surrounded by caring men and women who through their expertise and dedication make it possible for hundreds of men to regain their place into society each year I am proud to lead La Maison du P re which enjoys an unparalleled reputation thanks to its board members who have ensured the organization s sound administration over the past 50 years I am proud to lead La Maison du P re walking in the footsteps of past directors including many Trinitarian Fathers who were not afraid to stand up and defend the rights of the homeless I am proud to lead La Maison du P re supported by thousands of donors who through their generosity and loyalty tell me that we must continue our work to change people s lives This makes me proud Recognition Awards of distinction and awards of excellence from the health and social services network 2014 and 2019 for community based healthcare geared towards homeless men Fran ois Boissy Chief Executive Officer 3

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In their own words I do not want to set up a charitable organization that will only allow them to continue to live in despair I want them to become responsible and to rediscover a reason for living by seeing that they can still be useful Building trust is key when helping a person who has withdrawn from society This takes time and patience Our teams can be proud to have forged excellent partnerships with the health and social services network as well as community organizations to help homeless men to access services that are tailored to their reality France Desjardins General Director 2009 2016 I have been working with La Maison du P re for 20 years I was the Chair for both the La Maison du P re itself as well as the foundation There have been so many changes during this period including a reorganization the creation of a foundation the development of innovative services and a growing number of partnerships with major players La Maison du P re has grown in terms of space but also and especially in terms of expertise Father Guy Laforte Chief Executive Officer 1969 1975 We were a home for the poor where poor people were coming in faster than donations because in spite of our rapid growth we were still unknown in the city We were pinching pennies Pierre Seccareccia Chairman 2000 2015 Th r se Longpr Vice Chair 1970 2001 An aging homeless population the growing severity of the problems that people face and the lack of affordable housing are all issues that require practical solutions from all of the appropriate players We will need to invest if we as a society want to ensure the safety well being and dignity of our seniors What helps me is taking these men who come to our shelter feeling completely destitute and helping them to rebuild their lives It is society as a whole that must save the homeless In 1978 a homeless person spending time in Bordeaux prison cost the state 1 000 per month The government therefore has a vested interest in adopting our formula Father Gilles Lesage General Director 1975 1984 Fran ois Boissy Chief Executive Officer 2016 2019 Psychiatric patients are roaming the streets with little or no support Homeless people with AIDS are living on the streets alone and in distress Young people prostitutes and poly drug users are living on the streets alone and in despair And there are others There have never been so many homeless people in our society Let s imagine a new future Father Sylvio Michaud General Director 1984 2007 4 According to a L ger survey La Maison du P re is among the ten organizations with the most credibility in the eyes of Quebecers I am proud to be associated with this organization which has adapted its practices over the years while continuing to manage its financial resources according to the highest standards to ensure that La Maison du P re continues to operate for years to come St phane Bilodeau Chairman 2015 2019 5

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In their own words I do not want to set up a charitable organization that will only allow them to continue to live in despair I want them to become responsible and to rediscover a reason for living by seeing that they can still be useful Building trust is key when helping a person who has withdrawn from society This takes time and patience Our teams can be proud to have forged excellent partnerships with the health and social services network as well as community organizations to help homeless men to access services that are tailored to their reality France Desjardins General Director 2009 2016 I have been working with La Maison du P re for 20 years I was the Chair for both the La Maison du P re itself as well as the foundation There have been so many changes during this period including a reorganization the creation of a foundation the development of innovative services and a growing number of partnerships with major players La Maison du P re has grown in terms of space but also and especially in terms of expertise Father Guy Laforte Chief Executive Officer 1969 1975 We were a home for the poor where poor people were coming in faster than donations because in spite of our rapid growth we were still unknown in the city We were pinching pennies Pierre Seccareccia Chairman 2000 2015 Th r se Longpr Vice Chair 1970 2001 An aging homeless population the growing severity of the problems that people face and the lack of affordable housing are all issues that require practical solutions from all of the appropriate players We will need to invest if we as a society want to ensure the safety well being and dignity of our seniors What helps me is taking these men who come to our shelter feeling completely destitute and helping them to rebuild their lives It is society as a whole that must save the homeless In 1978 a homeless person spending time in Bordeaux prison cost the state 1 000 per month The government therefore has a vested interest in adopting our formula Father Gilles Lesage General Director 1975 1984 Fran ois Boissy Chief Executive Officer 2016 2019 Psychiatric patients are roaming the streets with little or no support Homeless people with AIDS are living on the streets alone and in distress Young people prostitutes and poly drug users are living on the streets alone and in despair And there are others There have never been so many homeless people in our society Let s imagine a new future Father Sylvio Michaud General Director 1984 2007 4 According to a L ger survey La Maison du P re is among the ten organizations with the most credibility in the eyes of Quebecers I am proud to be associated with this organization which has adapted its practices over the years while continuing to manage its financial resources according to the highest standards to ensure that La Maison du P re continues to operate for years to come St phane Bilodeau Chairman 2015 2019 5

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2019 The Shelter Montr al still has thousands of homeless individuals with men still being over represented 74 The issues are increasingly profound and complex including mental and physical health problems alcohol drug or gaming addictions legal troubles etc The shelter operated by La Maison du P re has 194 beds Yet it is constantly operating at over capacity 1969 Montr al has a large homeless population These are men in their fifties often from outside of Montr al They live in run down rooms in the city and then find themselves living on the streets Most are under educated and have no stable work or trade They are alienated from their families and have turned to alcohol to forget that they are lonely and living in poverty The archdiocese appoints Father Guy Laforte as its first chaplain for the homeless With the help of friends and men living on the streets he renovates part of a building on StAndr Street to provide refuge for a dozen men They are given shelter for the night food and clothing when necessary The men would ask each other Are you staying at Father s house This is how La Maison du P re was created The shelter in 2019 755 new individuals 1 812 different individuals 3 469 people turned away due to a lack of space 63 199 As many people referred to other organizations overnight stays Observations We cannot meet the growing demand for emergency accommodations simply by having more beds The shelter must be a place where people come through to be referred to solutions that will help them reintegrate society That is why we now offer 561 customized housing solutions Our mission is to tailor our services to the reality of the men that we are supporting Because every street should have an exit Father Guy Laforte on the right 1969 6 7

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2019 The Shelter Montr al still has thousands of homeless individuals with men still being over represented 74 The issues are increasingly profound and complex including mental and physical health problems alcohol drug or gaming addictions legal troubles etc The shelter operated by La Maison du P re has 194 beds Yet it is constantly operating at over capacity 1969 Montr al has a large homeless population These are men in their fifties often from outside of Montr al They live in run down rooms in the city and then find themselves living on the streets Most are under educated and have no stable work or trade They are alienated from their families and have turned to alcohol to forget that they are lonely and living in poverty The archdiocese appoints Father Guy Laforte as its first chaplain for the homeless With the help of friends and men living on the streets he renovates part of a building on StAndr Street to provide refuge for a dozen men They are given shelter for the night food and clothing when necessary The men would ask each other Are you staying at Father s house This is how La Maison du P re was created The shelter in 2019 755 new individuals 1 812 different individuals 3 469 people turned away due to a lack of space 63 199 As many people referred to other organizations overnight stays Observations We cannot meet the growing demand for emergency accommodations simply by having more beds The shelter must be a place where people come through to be referred to solutions that will help them reintegrate society That is why we now offer 561 customized housing solutions Our mission is to tailor our services to the reality of the men that we are supporting Because every street should have an exit Father Guy Laforte on the right 1969 6 7

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561 housing solutions Evolution of housing solutions 1969 2019 100 emergency housing 55 permanent housing 217 external trustees Housing assistance with support 88 private rooms La R sidence J A DeS ve 194 units Emergency housing 34 emergency housing 11 transitional housing 10 Private rooms Healthcare services 52 units private rooms studio apartments Social reintegration services 8 9

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561 housing solutions Evolution of housing solutions 1969 2019 100 emergency housing 55 permanent housing 217 external trustees Housing assistance with support 88 private rooms La R sidence J A DeS ve 194 units Emergency housing 34 emergency housing 11 transitional housing 10 Private rooms Healthcare services 52 units private rooms studio apartments Social reintegration services 8 9

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Reintegrating Society 1970 2019 La Maison du P re has 52 units for its in house social reintegration program dormitory private rooms studio apartments It takes a personalized approach Each participant determines which issues he would like to resolve in order to regain his autonomy and make the transition to stable housing Such issues can include substance abuse employability issues mental or physical health problems legal troubles lack of education or debt problems The intervention team supports the person in these efforts with regular follow ups and referrals La Maison du P re creates its first social rehabilitation program acquiring a farm in Disra li It welcomes approximately 100 homeless men each year men often from rural areas with an alcohol addiction 93 participants I thought that hard work and fresh air could help our men to forget alcohol and rediscover the joy of living 1 49 years old in average Father Laforte s therapeutic approach is based on love brotherhood discipline and hard work 90 of participants have achieved their objectives or are in the process of doing so 1985 Homelessness has a new face Two thirds of homeless men are now from urban centres and have never worked with their hands In all 39 of these men have mental health problems Deinstitutionalization which began in 1960 as well as service cuts in psychiatric hospitals in the 1980s contribute significantly to this new reality Crack cocaine also has a devastating impact Given the physical and mental state of the men turning to our services therapeutic farm work is no longer an option The farm is sold in 2001 Interview with Father Laforte 1 81 of participants have made the transition to stable housing or were relocated to another organization better suited to their needs Observation For the first year La Maison du P re has been operating at over capacity for its social reintegration program To ensure that participants remain motivated it must have access to more affordable housing units for participants after they leave The participants in the social reintegration program are older 50 5 of the men are over 50 years of age It is therefore difficult for these men to re enter the work force due to the discrimination that they face as well as their physical and psychological state of health Efforts must be focussed to help participants to resume occupational activities Daniel Fontigny Perspective Dimanche August 23 1970 10 11

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Reintegrating Society 1970 2019 La Maison du P re has 52 units for its in house social reintegration program dormitory private rooms studio apartments It takes a personalized approach Each participant determines which issues he would like to resolve in order to regain his autonomy and make the transition to stable housing Such issues can include substance abuse employability issues mental or physical health problems legal troubles lack of education or debt problems The intervention team supports the person in these efforts with regular follow ups and referrals La Maison du P re creates its first social rehabilitation program acquiring a farm in Disra li It welcomes approximately 100 homeless men each year men often from rural areas with an alcohol addiction 93 participants I thought that hard work and fresh air could help our men to forget alcohol and rediscover the joy of living 1 49 years old in average Father Laforte s therapeutic approach is based on love brotherhood discipline and hard work 90 of participants have achieved their objectives or are in the process of doing so 1985 Homelessness has a new face Two thirds of homeless men are now from urban centres and have never worked with their hands In all 39 of these men have mental health problems Deinstitutionalization which began in 1960 as well as service cuts in psychiatric hospitals in the 1980s contribute significantly to this new reality Crack cocaine also has a devastating impact Given the physical and mental state of the men turning to our services therapeutic farm work is no longer an option The farm is sold in 2001 Interview with Father Laforte 1 81 of participants have made the transition to stable housing or were relocated to another organization better suited to their needs Observation For the first year La Maison du P re has been operating at over capacity for its social reintegration program To ensure that participants remain motivated it must have access to more affordable housing units for participants after they leave The participants in the social reintegration program are older 50 5 of the men are over 50 years of age It is therefore difficult for these men to re enter the work force due to the discrimination that they face as well as their physical and psychological state of health Efforts must be focussed to help participants to resume occupational activities Daniel Fontigny Perspective Dimanche August 23 1970 10 11

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A residence for homeless seniors 1987 2019 La R sidence J A De S ve has 88 private rooms It is accredited by the Minist re de la sant et des services sociaux a testament to the quality of professional services provided by its staff The services provided to residents include psychosocial follow ups with each resident medication management medical and administrative support as well as a host of social and community activities This is the International Year of Housing for the Homeless Various solutions are proposed by the City of Montr al and by community organizations to foster the creation of clean and affordable social housing units for the poorest members of society La Maison du P re takes the same approach targeting a very specific group of people in a highly precarious situation namely homeless seniors La R sidence du Vieux Port opens in 1988 in the old Mariners House in Place d Youville located in the heart of Old Montr al Once renovated it is turned into a home with 40 rooms and 28 employees The residents are homeless men over the age of 50 difficult cases refused by other centres for seniors such as chronic alcoholics with diminishing autonomy 67 2000 The number of people on the wait list for La R sidence du Vieux Port continues to grow The duplication of administrative and operating costs for the various points of service i e the shelter farm and residence puts increasing pressure on La Maison du P re s budget La R sidence du Vieux Port is sold in 2004 and La R sidence J A De S ve a new four storey building is constructed adjacent to La Maison du P re 12 69 8 83 95 Observations years old in average of residents have been diagnosed with a mental illness have chronic health problems now permanently live in stable housing 5 1 years of length of stay in average As the general population ages so does the homeless population More and more people find themselves living on the streets for the first time in their lives when they are older due to physical and or mental health issues a lack of caregivers low retirement income or a lack of affordable housing La Maison du P re is unable to meet the demand for housing geared towards this specific clientele The creation of a second residence for homeless seniors is being contemplated for the near future 13

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A residence for homeless seniors 1987 2019 La R sidence J A De S ve has 88 private rooms It is accredited by the Minist re de la sant et des services sociaux a testament to the quality of professional services provided by its staff The services provided to residents include psychosocial follow ups with each resident medication management medical and administrative support as well as a host of social and community activities This is the International Year of Housing for the Homeless Various solutions are proposed by the City of Montr al and by community organizations to foster the creation of clean and affordable social housing units for the poorest members of society La Maison du P re takes the same approach targeting a very specific group of people in a highly precarious situation namely homeless seniors La R sidence du Vieux Port opens in 1988 in the old Mariners House in Place d Youville located in the heart of Old Montr al Once renovated it is turned into a home with 40 rooms and 28 employees The residents are homeless men over the age of 50 difficult cases refused by other centres for seniors such as chronic alcoholics with diminishing autonomy 67 2000 The number of people on the wait list for La R sidence du Vieux Port continues to grow The duplication of administrative and operating costs for the various points of service i e the shelter farm and residence puts increasing pressure on La Maison du P re s budget La R sidence du Vieux Port is sold in 2004 and La R sidence J A De S ve a new four storey building is constructed adjacent to La Maison du P re 12 69 8 83 95 Observations years old in average of residents have been diagnosed with a mental illness have chronic health problems now permanently live in stable housing 5 1 years of length of stay in average As the general population ages so does the homeless population More and more people find themselves living on the streets for the first time in their lives when they are older due to physical and or mental health issues a lack of caregivers low retirement income or a lack of affordable housing La Maison du P re is unable to meet the demand for housing geared towards this specific clientele The creation of a second residence for homeless seniors is being contemplated for the near future 13

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Housing assistance with support 1988 Between 1976 and 1985 10 000 rooms are destroyed because buildings are not being properly maintained This situation is compounded by a very difficult economic context The Montr al Housing and Development Corporation is created in 1988 to ensure that affordable rental housing continues to be available to those in need The Corporation acquires and renovates 400 rooms in the city between 1989 and 1994 It retains the services of community organizations to supervise certain tenants This is the start of new services being offered by La Maison du P re 1994 The federal government decides to abolish subsidies for the construction of affordable rental housing This leads to the creation of Qu bec s Acc sLogis program which allows the poorest of the poor to pay rent equivalent to 25 of their income La Maison du P re begins managing 57 new studio apartments in 2011 for men seeking to reintegrate society through a partnership with Office municipal d habitation de Montr al OMHM This is now known as La Maison Wolfe 14 2019 La Maison du P re has been managing Projet Logement Montr al PLM since 2016 With support from federal subsidies and then provincial subsidies in 2018 410 chronically homeless individuals have been placed in private or social housing units In all 90 of these individuals remain in stable housing thanks to rental subsidies and psychosocial support services Housing assistance with support has already proven to be a successful formula Housing assistance with support 217 trustees 57 rooms in La Maison Wolfe rooming house 95 PLM private or social housing units 65 other units with or without rent subsidies Projet Logement Montr al includes the four largest organizations providing assistance to Montr al s homeless population namely La Maison du P re Accueil Bonneau the Welcome Hall Mission and the Old Brewery Mission Observations Subsidies are expected in the coming years to help stabilize even more individuals thanks to this approach However There is a blatant lack of social housing in Montr al It is difficult to find clean and affordable units in central neighbourhoods due to gentrification Affordable rental units are found in areas that are less suited to our users needs New programs must be created to fund social housing to help get people off the streets and develop peripheral services to ensure that future participants remain in stable housing 15

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Housing assistance with support 1988 Between 1976 and 1985 10 000 rooms are destroyed because buildings are not being properly maintained This situation is compounded by a very difficult economic context The Montr al Housing and Development Corporation is created in 1988 to ensure that affordable rental housing continues to be available to those in need The Corporation acquires and renovates 400 rooms in the city between 1989 and 1994 It retains the services of community organizations to supervise certain tenants This is the start of new services being offered by La Maison du P re 1994 The federal government decides to abolish subsidies for the construction of affordable rental housing This leads to the creation of Qu bec s Acc sLogis program which allows the poorest of the poor to pay rent equivalent to 25 of their income La Maison du P re begins managing 57 new studio apartments in 2011 for men seeking to reintegrate society through a partnership with Office municipal d habitation de Montr al OMHM This is now known as La Maison Wolfe 14 2019 La Maison du P re has been managing Projet Logement Montr al PLM since 2016 With support from federal subsidies and then provincial subsidies in 2018 410 chronically homeless individuals have been placed in private or social housing units In all 90 of these individuals remain in stable housing thanks to rental subsidies and psychosocial support services Housing assistance with support has already proven to be a successful formula Housing assistance with support 217 trustees 57 rooms in La Maison Wolfe rooming house 95 PLM private or social housing units 65 other units with or without rent subsidies Projet Logement Montr al includes the four largest organizations providing assistance to Montr al s homeless population namely La Maison du P re Accueil Bonneau the Welcome Hall Mission and the Old Brewery Mission Observations Subsidies are expected in the coming years to help stabilize even more individuals thanks to this approach However There is a blatant lack of social housing in Montr al It is difficult to find clean and affordable units in central neighbourhoods due to gentrification Affordable rental units are found in areas that are less suited to our users needs New programs must be created to fund social housing to help get people off the streets and develop peripheral services to ensure that future participants remain in stable housing 15

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Community based healthcare services 1990 In the wake of the economic crisis the government begins reorganizing the province s healthcare system an initiative referred to as the shift to ambulatory care in order to cut costs The goal is to reduce patient hospitalization time to encourage home care provided through CLSCs and caregivers Service quality suffered as a result especially for the homeless population 2012 2019 La Maison du P re s seven person clinical team includes three nurses sharing their responsibilities Services include Emergency care disinfecting wounds treating frostbite etc 8 convalescent beds post operative care medication management Administrative support renewal of health insurance card Referral to more appropriate resources healthcare network therapy centre social reintegration services Physical and mental health assessments for participants in the social reintegration program Some facts and figures 453 people have been admitted since the creation of community based healthcare services 12 820 overnight stays 53 of patients were referred by the healthcare network in 2019 62 followed their treatment plan 40 found stable housing after their stay Staff working at the shelter note a serious deterioration in the mental and physical health of users La Maison du P re must increasingly offer daytime shelter to a number of men in order to allow them to recover when in a fragile state of health In addition the healthcare network has no place to provide aftercare to individuals with no address Many men are sent to the shelter after surgery with no advance notice or instructions in spite of their precarious state of health La Maison du P re s psychosocial professionals have neither the knowledge nor the equipment required to provide clinical care To reduce the stress increasingly being felt by its personnel and improve the health of its users La Maison du P re creates community based healthcare services in 2013 16 Observations Our community based healthcare services free up emergency rooms while meeting an urgent need for front line care These services are tailored to each user s reality and are an essential complement to the health and social services network While not subsidized they generate significant cost savings for the public purse Community based healthcare services make it possible to treat medical as well as social emergencies because every street should have an exit 17

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Community based healthcare services 1990 In the wake of the economic crisis the government begins reorganizing the province s healthcare system an initiative referred to as the shift to ambulatory care in order to cut costs The goal is to reduce patient hospitalization time to encourage home care provided through CLSCs and caregivers Service quality suffered as a result especially for the homeless population 2012 2019 La Maison du P re s seven person clinical team includes three nurses sharing their responsibilities Services include Emergency care disinfecting wounds treating frostbite etc 8 convalescent beds post operative care medication management Administrative support renewal of health insurance card Referral to more appropriate resources healthcare network therapy centre social reintegration services Physical and mental health assessments for participants in the social reintegration program Some facts and figures 453 people have been admitted since the creation of community based healthcare services 12 820 overnight stays 53 of patients were referred by the healthcare network in 2019 62 followed their treatment plan 40 found stable housing after their stay Staff working at the shelter note a serious deterioration in the mental and physical health of users La Maison du P re must increasingly offer daytime shelter to a number of men in order to allow them to recover when in a fragile state of health In addition the healthcare network has no place to provide aftercare to individuals with no address Many men are sent to the shelter after surgery with no advance notice or instructions in spite of their precarious state of health La Maison du P re s psychosocial professionals have neither the knowledge nor the equipment required to provide clinical care To reduce the stress increasingly being felt by its personnel and improve the health of its users La Maison du P re creates community based healthcare services in 2013 16 Observations Our community based healthcare services free up emergency rooms while meeting an urgent need for front line care These services are tailored to each user s reality and are an essential complement to the health and social services network While not subsidized they generate significant cost savings for the public purse Community based healthcare services make it possible to treat medical as well as social emergencies because every street should have an exit 17

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Other adapted healthcare services Palliative care Vision care Argon La Maison du P re has two palliative care rooms for its residents as well as homeless men Medical follow ups are provided by the team of professionals with the Soci t des soins palliatifs domicile du Grand Montr al Men receive personal care and end of life comfort while being surrounded by their loved ones i e staff volunteers and their peers at La Maison du P re Since August 2017 a professor from the Universit de Montr al s school of optometry has been visiting La Maison du P re every two weeks accompanied by students to provide comprehensive eye exams to all users in addition to high quality glasses These eye exams have made it possible to detect certain diseases and to refer the men to an ophthalmologist or other medical professional Thanks to the generosity of one of its donors La Maison du P re was able to acquire its first service dog trained by the Mira Foundation to help improve the well being of homeless individuals Argon helps to defuse crises and to foster discussion with users Spa de la rue Since 2012 G rard Piquemal and a group of volunteer therapists from Spa de la Rue have been providing massage therapy treatments to residents as well as men staying at the shelter This provides physical relief to homeless men in addition to creating an opportunity to rebuild social ties and to gain trust in others Foot care Homeless individuals are constantly walking in all kinds of weather often wearing inappropriate footwear They can have infected wounds frostbite and sometimes gangrene due to their lifestyle or diseases such as diabetes which compromise foot health To avoid complications which could even lead to amputation student nurses from the cole des Faubourgs visit once a month to provide foot care to the men staying at the shelter and in the residence Am lie Philibert universit du Qu bec 18 19

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Other adapted healthcare services Palliative care Vision care Argon La Maison du P re has two palliative care rooms for its residents as well as homeless men Medical follow ups are provided by the team of professionals with the Soci t des soins palliatifs domicile du Grand Montr al Men receive personal care and end of life comfort while being surrounded by their loved ones i e staff volunteers and their peers at La Maison du P re Since August 2017 a professor from the Universit de Montr al s school of optometry has been visiting La Maison du P re every two weeks accompanied by students to provide comprehensive eye exams to all users in addition to high quality glasses These eye exams have made it possible to detect certain diseases and to refer the men to an ophthalmologist or other medical professional Thanks to the generosity of one of its donors La Maison du P re was able to acquire its first service dog trained by the Mira Foundation to help improve the well being of homeless individuals Argon helps to defuse crises and to foster discussion with users Spa de la rue Since 2012 G rard Piquemal and a group of volunteer therapists from Spa de la Rue have been providing massage therapy treatments to residents as well as men staying at the shelter This provides physical relief to homeless men in addition to creating an opportunity to rebuild social ties and to gain trust in others Foot care Homeless individuals are constantly walking in all kinds of weather often wearing inappropriate footwear They can have infected wounds frostbite and sometimes gangrene due to their lifestyle or diseases such as diabetes which compromise foot health To avoid complications which could even lead to amputation student nurses from the cole des Faubourgs visit once a month to provide foot care to the men staying at the shelter and in the residence Am lie Philibert universit du Qu bec 18 19

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In 2019 La Maison du P re provided A roof over people s heads Social support Emergency accommodations rooms and studio apartments a seniors residence a rooming house etc Socialization activities group workshops sports activities zootherapy art therapy board games family reconciliation etc Meals Social reintegration Breakfast lunch supper snacks Personal care Shower clothing haircuts a shave laundry services etc Healthcare services Emergency care convalescent unit medication management referrals therapy centre health and social services network physical and mental health assessments medical support etc In home assistance 20 Renewal of identity documents requests for social assistance old age security income tax returns banking support budget management voluntary trustee services legal support etc Help in cleaning apartments and buying groceries medical support mediation between owners and participants etc And more Administrative support Transition when leaving an institution prison hospital community kitchen personalized psychosocial follow ups employability and education programs internships support in finding affordable housing etc Community and compensatory work chaplaincy palliative care funeral services thrift shop 21

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In 2019 La Maison du P re provided A roof over people s heads Social support Emergency accommodations rooms and studio apartments a seniors residence a rooming house etc Socialization activities group workshops sports activities zootherapy art therapy board games family reconciliation etc Meals Social reintegration Breakfast lunch supper snacks Personal care Shower clothing haircuts a shave laundry services etc Healthcare services Emergency care convalescent unit medication management referrals therapy centre health and social services network physical and mental health assessments medical support etc In home assistance 20 Renewal of identity documents requests for social assistance old age security income tax returns banking support budget management voluntary trustee services legal support etc Help in cleaning apartments and buying groceries medical support mediation between owners and participants etc And more Administrative support Transition when leaving an institution prison hospital community kitchen personalized psychosocial follow ups employability and education programs internships support in finding affordable housing etc Community and compensatory work chaplaincy palliative care funeral services thrift shop 21

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561 people housed on any given day A few facts and figures for 2019 2 300 individuals supported each year 461 296 meals and snacks served Expenditures 51 5 Donations 183 324 overnight stays 33 Government subsidies 15 5 62 Other 51 5 Annual budget 7 501 950 62 Human resources 4 631 882 38 22 Other 227 773 items of clothing provided 423 920 items of clothing sheets and towels washed 1999 33 Revenues 2019 22 74 of men staying at the shelter were over the age of 50 of men staying at the shelter are over the age of 50 23

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561 people housed on any given day A few facts and figures for 2019 2 300 individuals supported each year 461 296 meals and snacks served Expenditures 51 5 Donations 183 324 overnight stays 33 Government subsidies 15 5 62 Other 51 5 Annual budget 7 501 950 62 Human resources 4 631 882 38 22 Other 227 773 items of clothing provided 423 920 items of clothing sheets and towels washed 1999 33 Revenues 2019 22 74 of men staying at the shelter were over the age of 50 of men staying at the shelter are over the age of 50 23

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Public private and community sector partners La Maison du P re works with a number of public and private community sector partners With their expertise these partners allow the men that they welcome to improve their living conditions and once again take their place in society Working together because every street should have an exit Centre Bell Centre de crise le Transit Centre de crise Tracom Centre Dollard Cormier CRDM Centre Sheraton Montr al Chic Resto Pop CHSLD Saint Georges Partnership with Projet Logement Montr al and CIM CHUM Maison du P re Welcome Hall Mission Old Brewery Mission and Accueil Bonneau Clinique m dicale Cam l on Member Leave a Legacy Qu bec Member Canadian Housing and Renewal Association Member SHU homeless emergency committee Member Board of Trade of Metropolitain Montr al Member Chambre de commerce de l Est de Montr al Member Commerce solidaire Partnership with CIUSSS Centre Sud Partnership with SDSVM Partnerships with Emploi Qu bec including the PAAS Action and PAMT programs and with Canada Summer Jobs Clinique Droits Devant Clinique juridique itin rante CLSC des Faubourgs CODEM career orientation employability Collectif des entreprises d insertion du Qu bec Coll ge Lasalle Consortium cho Logique Costco Anjou D partement T I Destination Emploi Diog ne cole des m tiers des Faubourgs de Montr al cole des m tiers du meuble de Montr al EMRII SPVM community relations workers Enviro Connexions tablissement de d tention de Rivi re des Prairies Abri de la Rive Sud ACHIMM community housing alternatives and interventions Biblioth que et Archives nationales du Qu bec Bois Urbain Caf Brossard Caisse Desjardins du Quartier Latin C gep Ahuntsic C gep du Vieux Montr al C gep Maisonneuve C gep Marie Victorin 24 Exode F d ration des OSBL d habitation de Montr al Fondation d aide aux handicap s du Qu bec Form tal France D lices Fruiterie Lina Gevity SISA Groupe Conseil Saint Denis Groupe Information Travail Groupe Plein Emploi Hector Lariv e H pital Notre Dame Soci t de soins palliatifs domicile du Grand Montr al Horizon Nature Soci t d habitation et de d veloppement de Montr al H tel Sheraton Sous le toit de P A L Imprime Emploi SPA de la rue Institut universitaire en sant mentale de Montr al Spectre de rue Institut universitaire en sant mentale Douglas Suicide Action Montr al Institut de tourisme et d h tellerie du Qu bec Tim Horton Anjou Kin concept Toit rouge de la Mission St Michel La Casa Bernard Hubert Toxico Stop La Maison du roti Tracom La Maison L claircie TRAME psychoanalysis consultations Le Boulot Vers Trans media Le Relais Travail sans Fronti res Les Aliments de Novo Inc Universit Concordia Les Laurentides Auteuil Universit de Montr al Maison Amaryllis Universit du Qu bec en Outaouais Maison de l Exode Universit McGill Maison l Envol e Urgence Psychosociale Justice UPS J Maison Monbourquette V t rans UN NATO Canada M decins du monde Via Travail Mire Viandes de Lanaudi re Moisson Montr al YMCA Centre Ville et Complexe Guy Favreau Mondou YMCA LA Boussole Olive Olives Office municipal d habitation de Montr al Orange Maison Palais des congr s Parados Pas de la rue Pavillon Hamford Pharmacie Bitar Savoie Pharmacie Brigitte Tarteaut Pharmacie Germain Chartier Livio Parolin Portage Premier Arr t Renaissance Resto Plateau Roger Morin Sac dos SARCA Sentier Urbain Soci t de D veloppement Social Consortium to fight homelessness Fran ois Boissy La Maison du P re Sam Watts Welcome Hall Mission Fr d ric Auger Accueil Bonneau Matthew Pearce Old Brewery Mission 25

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Public private and community sector partners La Maison du P re works with a number of public and private community sector partners With their expertise these partners allow the men that they welcome to improve their living conditions and once again take their place in society Working together because every street should have an exit Centre Bell Centre de crise le Transit Centre de crise Tracom Centre Dollard Cormier CRDM Centre Sheraton Montr al Chic Resto Pop CHSLD Saint Georges Partnership with Projet Logement Montr al and CIM CHUM Maison du P re Welcome Hall Mission Old Brewery Mission and Accueil Bonneau Clinique m dicale Cam l on Member Leave a Legacy Qu bec Member Canadian Housing and Renewal Association Member SHU homeless emergency committee Member Board of Trade of Metropolitain Montr al Member Chambre de commerce de l Est de Montr al Member Commerce solidaire Partnership with CIUSSS Centre Sud Partnership with SDSVM Partnerships with Emploi Qu bec including the PAAS Action and PAMT programs and with Canada Summer Jobs Clinique Droits Devant Clinique juridique itin rante CLSC des Faubourgs CODEM career orientation employability Collectif des entreprises d insertion du Qu bec Coll ge Lasalle Consortium cho Logique Costco Anjou D partement T I Destination Emploi Diog ne cole des m tiers des Faubourgs de Montr al cole des m tiers du meuble de Montr al EMRII SPVM community relations workers Enviro Connexions tablissement de d tention de Rivi re des Prairies Abri de la Rive Sud ACHIMM community housing alternatives and interventions Biblioth que et Archives nationales du Qu bec Bois Urbain Caf Brossard Caisse Desjardins du Quartier Latin C gep Ahuntsic C gep du Vieux Montr al C gep Maisonneuve C gep Marie Victorin 24 Exode F d ration des OSBL d habitation de Montr al Fondation d aide aux handicap s du Qu bec Form tal France D lices Fruiterie Lina Gevity SISA Groupe Conseil Saint Denis Groupe Information Travail Groupe Plein Emploi Hector Lariv e H pital Notre Dame Soci t de soins palliatifs domicile du Grand Montr al Horizon Nature Soci t d habitation et de d veloppement de Montr al H tel Sheraton Sous le toit de P A L Imprime Emploi SPA de la rue Institut universitaire en sant mentale de Montr al Spectre de rue Institut universitaire en sant mentale Douglas Suicide Action Montr al Institut de tourisme et d h tellerie du Qu bec Tim Horton Anjou Kin concept Toit rouge de la Mission St Michel La Casa Bernard Hubert Toxico Stop La Maison du roti Tracom La Maison L claircie TRAME psychoanalysis consultations Le Boulot Vers Trans media Le Relais Travail sans Fronti res Les Aliments de Novo Inc Universit Concordia Les Laurentides Auteuil Universit de Montr al Maison Amaryllis Universit du Qu bec en Outaouais Maison de l Exode Universit McGill Maison l Envol e Urgence Psychosociale Justice UPS J Maison Monbourquette V t rans UN NATO Canada M decins du monde Via Travail Mire Viandes de Lanaudi re Moisson Montr al YMCA Centre Ville et Complexe Guy Favreau Mondou YMCA LA Boussole Olive Olives Office municipal d habitation de Montr al Orange Maison Palais des congr s Parados Pas de la rue Pavillon Hamford Pharmacie Bitar Savoie Pharmacie Brigitte Tarteaut Pharmacie Germain Chartier Livio Parolin Portage Premier Arr t Renaissance Resto Plateau Roger Morin Sac dos SARCA Sentier Urbain Soci t de D veloppement Social Consortium to fight homelessness Fran ois Boissy La Maison du P re Sam Watts Welcome Hall Mission Fr d ric Auger Accueil Bonneau Matthew Pearce Old Brewery Mission 25

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Our staff 115 employees 189 164 hours worked 52 men 48 women Due to the increasingly complex difficulties faced by our users we are required to have a more highly qualified clinical staff Multiethnic multilingual 72 intervention services psychosocial professionals nurses attendants recreational activities technician intervention support 21 support services food service and receiving of merchandise maintenance clothing depot laundry thrift shop 7 finance administration and human resources 1 433 hours of internships social work special education delinquency nursing medicine hotel management and trade schools 2 870 hours of training Trinitarian Fathers The Trinitarian Fathers have managed La Maison du P re for more than 30 years While the organization is currently under secular management the Trinitarian Fathers continue to play an important role providing moral and spiritual support to helpless men whatever their religion The residents and men in our shelter are invited to celebrate mass every evening in our chapel Trinitarian Fathers also visit prisons and hospitals in order to provide hope and comfort to the homeless They provide end of life spiritual support to ensure that each man passes serenely and with dignity In 2019 they held funeral services for 22 homeless men 95 of employees are certified in first aid and CRP cardiopulmonary resuscitation 26 27

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Our staff 115 employees 189 164 hours worked 52 men 48 women Due to the increasingly complex difficulties faced by our users we are required to have a more highly qualified clinical staff Multiethnic multilingual 72 intervention services psychosocial professionals nurses attendants recreational activities technician intervention support 21 support services food service and receiving of merchandise maintenance clothing depot laundry thrift shop 7 finance administration and human resources 1 433 hours of internships social work special education delinquency nursing medicine hotel management and trade schools 2 870 hours of training Trinitarian Fathers The Trinitarian Fathers have managed La Maison du P re for more than 30 years While the organization is currently under secular management the Trinitarian Fathers continue to play an important role providing moral and spiritual support to helpless men whatever their religion The residents and men in our shelter are invited to celebrate mass every evening in our chapel Trinitarian Fathers also visit prisons and hospitals in order to provide hope and comfort to the homeless They provide end of life spiritual support to ensure that each man passes serenely and with dignity In 2019 they held funeral services for 22 homeless men 95 of employees are certified in first aid and CRP cardiopulmonary resuscitation 26 27

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Our volunteers Volunteers Corporate volunteers 187 volunteers Association Ath Jennad 30 000 hours of volunteer work performed each year BDC Student volunteers 18 Centre Sheraton Employed individuals 39 Cominar Retired individuals 43 Deloitte GTI Ivanho Cambridge Roles and services Jeune barreau de Montr al Food services cooking and serving Lebanese Association of Canada Friendly visits residence palliative care Lion s Club Liban Receiving of merchandise Marriott Maintenance painting other maintenance work Marsh Canada Inc Mercer Clothing depot depot bazar sewing laundry Mondou Welcoming users to the shelter PACCAR Medical support Power Corporation Community activities cultural musical sports educational and recreational activities PSP Restaurant Phuong Thao Various services hair cuts massage therapy foot care zoo therapy Rona Sobey s Stikeman Elliot The co operators Transat V t rans UN NATO CANADA Zitta Other volunteers 28 The men staying at the shelter those taking part in social reintegration programs and those required to perform compensatory work 61 920 hours of volunteer work this year More than 450 occasional volunteers company employees members of a professional order Board members 29

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Our volunteers Volunteers Corporate volunteers 187 volunteers Association Ath Jennad 30 000 hours of volunteer work performed each year BDC Student volunteers 18 Centre Sheraton Employed individuals 39 Cominar Retired individuals 43 Deloitte GTI Ivanho Cambridge Roles and services Jeune barreau de Montr al Food services cooking and serving Lebanese Association of Canada Friendly visits residence palliative care Lion s Club Liban Receiving of merchandise Marriott Maintenance painting other maintenance work Marsh Canada Inc Mercer Clothing depot depot bazar sewing laundry Mondou Welcoming users to the shelter PACCAR Medical support Power Corporation Community activities cultural musical sports educational and recreational activities PSP Restaurant Phuong Thao Various services hair cuts massage therapy foot care zoo therapy Rona Sobey s Stikeman Elliot The co operators Transat V t rans UN NATO CANADA Zitta Other volunteers 28 The men staying at the shelter those taking part in social reintegration programs and those required to perform compensatory work 61 920 hours of volunteer work this year More than 450 occasional volunteers company employees members of a professional order Board members 29

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The Foundation The Maison du P re Foundation was created in 2005 to support La Maison du P re s activities and to ensure the organization s long term future Over the past few years its team has invested considerable energy to form alliances and hold events allowing it to raise the necessary funds to develop innovative services that are better suited to the needs of its users Large donors Outstanding partners Principal partners Me Louis Martin Richer Chairman of the Board Solicitation by mail Legacy gifts A large portion of our Foundation s funding comes from donations received through our mailouts including three newsletters Legacy gifts are major source of revenues for the Maison du P re Foundation More and more donors are choosing to bequeath a set amount or a percentage or the remainder of their property We believe that it is important to foster community awareness of the problems associated with homelessness to reduce prejudice against the homeless and to show our donors the scope of our work to help the poorest members of society These mailouts are prepared by men who are becoming reintegrated in society They volunteer their time and are proud to help us combat homelessness Casual ball Since 2008 the Maison du P re Foundation has been holding a fund raising ball each spring bringing together business people from different sectors The Foundation would like to thank Pierre Seccareccia a member of the Foundation s Board of Directors for his involvement as honorary Chair of the 2019 Ball We would also like to thank Guy Jodoin for hosting the event 30 Through this act of solidarity they are immortalizing their support for the work done to help the homeless without impacting their own financial situation Special project partners Major partners S urs de St Joseph de St Hyacinthe Fondation Jacques et Michel Fonds Marie Fran ois Dedicated gifts Investissement Guy Locas inc More and more individual donors as well as companies or institutions would like to support a particular project either with a one time gift or by donating over an extended period Zeller family foundation Dedicated gifts have been earmarked for various needs or services such as healthcare services palliative care the residence for homeless seniors social reintegration projects a refrigerated truck kitchen equipment etc Each of these donors has received a level of visibility in keeping with the size of the financial contribution as per the terms of the Foundation s recognition program Key partners DeSerres family Fondation Bienfaisance T A St Germain Marius Cloutier Formula Crowth International Lt e Ivanho Cambridge The Rotary Club of Westmount Fondation Lise et Richard Fortin Mouky inc S urs Franciscaines M I C Shannon Mc Neil La Fondation James Barri re Premier Temple spirituel italien du Canada 31

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The Foundation The Maison du P re Foundation was created in 2005 to support La Maison du P re s activities and to ensure the organization s long term future Over the past few years its team has invested considerable energy to form alliances and hold events allowing it to raise the necessary funds to develop innovative services that are better suited to the needs of its users Large donors Outstanding partners Principal partners Me Louis Martin Richer Chairman of the Board Solicitation by mail Legacy gifts A large portion of our Foundation s funding comes from donations received through our mailouts including three newsletters Legacy gifts are major source of revenues for the Maison du P re Foundation More and more donors are choosing to bequeath a set amount or a percentage or the remainder of their property We believe that it is important to foster community awareness of the problems associated with homelessness to reduce prejudice against the homeless and to show our donors the scope of our work to help the poorest members of society These mailouts are prepared by men who are becoming reintegrated in society They volunteer their time and are proud to help us combat homelessness Casual ball Since 2008 the Maison du P re Foundation has been holding a fund raising ball each spring bringing together business people from different sectors The Foundation would like to thank Pierre Seccareccia a member of the Foundation s Board of Directors for his involvement as honorary Chair of the 2019 Ball We would also like to thank Guy Jodoin for hosting the event 30 Through this act of solidarity they are immortalizing their support for the work done to help the homeless without impacting their own financial situation Special project partners Major partners S urs de St Joseph de St Hyacinthe Fondation Jacques et Michel Fonds Marie Fran ois Dedicated gifts Investissement Guy Locas inc More and more individual donors as well as companies or institutions would like to support a particular project either with a one time gift or by donating over an extended period Zeller family foundation Dedicated gifts have been earmarked for various needs or services such as healthcare services palliative care the residence for homeless seniors social reintegration projects a refrigerated truck kitchen equipment etc Each of these donors has received a level of visibility in keeping with the size of the financial contribution as per the terms of the Foundation s recognition program Key partners DeSerres family Fondation Bienfaisance T A St Germain Marius Cloutier Formula Crowth International Lt e Ivanho Cambridge The Rotary Club of Westmount Fondation Lise et Richard Fortin Mouky inc S urs Franciscaines M I C Shannon Mc Neil La Fondation James Barri re Premier Temple spirituel italien du Canada 31

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A word of thanks to Our 115 health and psychosocial professionals as well as administrative and support staff who work tirelessly each day to find solutions that help ensure the well being of our users Our 187 volunteers who in addition to the work that they do to ensure that La Maison du P re is operating smoothly make a significant contribution in building the esteem of our users by creating bonds of trust The Trinitarian Fathers who generously offer their moral and spiritual support to the men at La Maison du P re as well as those who have been institutionalized Our users volunteers who provided more than 60 000 hours of volunteer service within our scope of activities once again this year Our leaders within all three levels of government who provided budgets better suited to the needs expressed in the past several years 32 Our various board members who with their professional skills support management in its decision making to ensure that the organization is managed effectively while developing services tailored to user needs In addition to supporting our operations they are helping to ensure our long term future Our business partners who provide goods services and food supplies allowing us to reduce our operating costs Our community partners with whom we have shared service agreements to improve our users quality of life Our partners in the healthcare social services and legal sectors with whom we collaborate to find solutions tailored to the realities of the men that we support Our donors without whom we would be unable to maintain and develop our services which are instrumental in achieving our mission Objectives for 2019 2020 1 Analyze possible ways to have more accommodations for homeless seniors with services tailored to their specific needs 2 Develop clinical services for the homeless average age of 55 which includes adding a wing allowing us to perform geriatric assessments and help homeless men reintegrate society working with the health and social services network 3 Provide palliative care for men who are currently living on the streets or who have been homeless in the past 4 Seek to build a partnership with the CCSMTL the City of Montr al and the major homeless shelters to create a temporary overflow unit for homeless individuals at the old Royal Victoria Hospital site during the winter months 5 Analyze possible ways to have more accommodations for men seeking to reintegrate society and re enter the work force with services tailored to the specific needs of homeless men between 50 and 55 years of age who are having difficulty finding work as well as for homeless veterans who have cut all ties with society 6 Forge partnerships to receive donations of food and hygiene products as well as various equipment 7 Present activities to celebrate La Maison du P re s 50th anniversary which includes launching a major fundraising campaign 8 Provide ongoing training to service providers and support staff 33

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A word of thanks to Our 115 health and psychosocial professionals as well as administrative and support staff who work tirelessly each day to find solutions that help ensure the well being of our users Our 187 volunteers who in addition to the work that they do to ensure that La Maison du P re is operating smoothly make a significant contribution in building the esteem of our users by creating bonds of trust The Trinitarian Fathers who generously offer their moral and spiritual support to the men at La Maison du P re as well as those who have been institutionalized Our users volunteers who provided more than 60 000 hours of volunteer service within our scope of activities once again this year Our leaders within all three levels of government who provided budgets better suited to the needs expressed in the past several years 32 Our various board members who with their professional skills support management in its decision making to ensure that the organization is managed effectively while developing services tailored to user needs In addition to supporting our operations they are helping to ensure our long term future Our business partners who provide goods services and food supplies allowing us to reduce our operating costs Our community partners with whom we have shared service agreements to improve our users quality of life Our partners in the healthcare social services and legal sectors with whom we collaborate to find solutions tailored to the realities of the men that we support Our donors without whom we would be unable to maintain and develop our services which are instrumental in achieving our mission Objectives for 2019 2020 1 Analyze possible ways to have more accommodations for homeless seniors with services tailored to their specific needs 2 Develop clinical services for the homeless average age of 55 which includes adding a wing allowing us to perform geriatric assessments and help homeless men reintegrate society working with the health and social services network 3 Provide palliative care for men who are currently living on the streets or who have been homeless in the past 4 Seek to build a partnership with the CCSMTL the City of Montr al and the major homeless shelters to create a temporary overflow unit for homeless individuals at the old Royal Victoria Hospital site during the winter months 5 Analyze possible ways to have more accommodations for men seeking to reintegrate society and re enter the work force with services tailored to the specific needs of homeless men between 50 and 55 years of age who are having difficulty finding work as well as for homeless veterans who have cut all ties with society 6 Forge partnerships to receive donations of food and hygiene products as well as various equipment 7 Present activities to celebrate La Maison du P re s 50th anniversary which includes launching a major fundraising campaign 8 Provide ongoing training to service providers and support staff 33

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Some final words Contact us MANAGEMENT It s because of you that I m alive today I was living on the streets You made me feel welcome and loved the way I am That was the first spark a tiny ray of hope From all my heart thank you for helping me and the others who got their lives back on track and for all the people you will help in future Claude Fran ois Boissy CEO ext 308 francois boissy maisondupere org Christine Vill Valcourt ext 314 christine vill valcourt maisondupere org PROCUREMENT AND OPERATONS FOUNDATION DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS Manon Dubois DDC ext 313 manon dubois maisondupere org To make a donation ext 316 fondation maisondupere org CLINICAL SERVICES Daniel Provost Director of Operations ext 310 daniel provost maisondupere org My return to life somehow began in December 1995 when it was 25 C outside I spent a few months at the farm in Disraeli Learning to live sober in order to face everyday challenges was hard but the return to nature did me good Upon my return to Montr al I decided to go back to school I also learned how to manage my emotions I am now a CEGEP teacher in the Laurentians Last spring I came back to La Maison du P re with my students We served coffee and muffins to the men standing in line but more importantly we listened to their stories Thank you to the Trinitarian Fathers who were there for me 24 years ago S bastien It s hard to take the first step You re afraid of being judged You tell yourself that you can do this alone but you wind up digging a deeper hole I will never be able to thank the staff at La Maison du P re enough for their support and encouragement Louis Olivier 34 Food donations Sandra Auger ext 239 sandra auger maisondupere org Clothing and other donations Khalil Filali ext 236 khalil filali maisondupere org Human resources Sylvie Desjardins HR Director ext 228 sylvie desjardins maisondupere org Shelter social reintegration and housing support Ja lle Begarin Assistant Director Clinical Programs ext 231 jaelle begarin maisondupere org Residence J A DeS ve Martin Mathieu ext 351 martin mathieu maisondupere org Convalescence services Jessica Richard ext 233 jessica richard maisondupere org FINANCE PROJET LOGEMENT MONTR AL Marie Chantale Marion Finance Director ext 292 marie chantale marion maisondupere org Project coordinator VOLUNTEERS Coordinator case managers Alexandre Champagne ext 253 alexandre champagne projetlogementmontreal org Rudy Escoffier ext 315 Josianne Beaumont ext 245 josianne beaumont maisondupere org rudy escoffier projetlogementmontreal org 35

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Some final words Contact us MANAGEMENT It s because of you that I m alive today I was living on the streets You made me feel welcome and loved the way I am That was the first spark a tiny ray of hope From all my heart thank you for helping me and the others who got their lives back on track and for all the people you will help in future Claude Fran ois Boissy CEO ext 308 francois boissy maisondupere org Christine Vill Valcourt ext 314 christine vill valcourt maisondupere org PROCUREMENT AND OPERATONS FOUNDATION DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS Manon Dubois DDC ext 313 manon dubois maisondupere org To make a donation ext 316 fondation maisondupere org CLINICAL SERVICES Daniel Provost Director of Operations ext 310 daniel provost maisondupere org My return to life somehow began in December 1995 when it was 25 C outside I spent a few months at the farm in Disraeli Learning to live sober in order to face everyday challenges was hard but the return to nature did me good Upon my return to Montr al I decided to go back to school I also learned how to manage my emotions I am now a CEGEP teacher in the Laurentians Last spring I came back to La Maison du P re with my students We served coffee and muffins to the men standing in line but more importantly we listened to their stories Thank you to the Trinitarian Fathers who were there for me 24 years ago S bastien It s hard to take the first step You re afraid of being judged You tell yourself that you can do this alone but you wind up digging a deeper hole I will never be able to thank the staff at La Maison du P re enough for their support and encouragement Louis Olivier 34 Food donations Sandra Auger ext 239 sandra auger maisondupere org Clothing and other donations Khalil Filali ext 236 khalil filali maisondupere org Human resources Sylvie Desjardins HR Director ext 228 sylvie desjardins maisondupere org Shelter social reintegration and housing support Ja lle Begarin Assistant Director Clinical Programs ext 231 jaelle begarin maisondupere org Residence J A DeS ve Martin Mathieu ext 351 martin mathieu maisondupere org Convalescence services Jessica Richard ext 233 jessica richard maisondupere org FINANCE PROJET LOGEMENT MONTR AL Marie Chantale Marion Finance Director ext 292 marie chantale marion maisondupere org Project coordinator VOLUNTEERS Coordinator case managers Alexandre Champagne ext 253 alexandre champagne projetlogementmontreal org Rudy Escoffier ext 315 Josianne Beaumont ext 245 josianne beaumont maisondupere org rudy escoffier projetlogementmontreal org 35

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Donations ONLINE maisondupere org BY PHONE 514 845 0168 ext 316 BY MAIL 550 Ren L vesque Blvd East Montr al Qu bec H2L 2L3 LEGACY GIFT 514 845 0168 ext 313 Because every street should have an exit