Psychosocial consultations at the CLSC

You are experiencing a separation, bereavement or tension with your children? You are depressed, worried or anxious?  You are a victim of physical or other types of abuse?

Do not hesitate to turn to the CLSC where psychosocial services are offered with or without an appointment for all these situations.

How we can help

The CLSC of your health and social services centre is the main point of entry to all psychosocial services. Our professionals can help you evaluate and find solutions to marital, family or personal problems, personal crisis situations, difficulties with family or friends as well as adaptation or social integration difficulties.

A social worker begins by analyzing the situation and refers the person to various services offered by the CSSS or to certain resources in the community.

If the person has a more serious mental disorder, the social worker can refer him/her to services dedicated to mental health. Further assessment could then determine the treatment required.

We can also provide assistance in schools to youth having personal, family or social problems.

If you are experiencing a crisis with a child between the ages of 5 and 17 who has behavioural problems, ask us about the program that deals with adolescent-family-childhood crises, the Crise-Ado-Famille-Enfance (CAFE) program. A social worker can go to your home or school for special problems.

We are there for you

  • CLSC Saint-Hubert 
    450 443-7400, extension 7318
    Monday to Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To get there
6800, Cousineau Blvd

  • CLSC Samuel-de-Champlain 
    450 445-4452, extension 2666
    Monday to Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To get there
5811, Taschereau Blvd

Other information

Social workers offer services including assessment, crisis intervention, follow-ups, treatment, reorganization or social reintegration for difficulties such as:

  • Adjusting to changes caused by a pregnancy;
  • Development of a child;
  • Adjusting to life at school;
  • Behavioural disorders in children and teens;
  • Difficulties related to dropping out of school;
  • Parent-child or parent-teen relations;
  • Difficulties related to the relationship between a couple;
  • Exhaustion;
  • Loss of a job;
  • Psychological distress;
  • Depression;
  • Crisis situation;
  • Physical, sexual or verbal abuse;
  • A change in living environment;
  • Social integration or adjustment difficulties;
  • Rights not respected;
  • Financial or material problems which compromise physical or social integrity;
  • Need for residential care;
  • Need for respite care, babysitting or other help;
  • Loss of autonomy due to aging, a physical or intellectual handicap or a chronic disease.

Our professionals can meet with you at the CLSC, at home or at school for certain problems, namely those related to:

  • The birth of a child;
  • Man-woman relations;
  • The loss of a loved one;
  • Parent-child, parent-teen relations;
  • Exhausting and challenging situations;
  • The loss of a job;
  • Depression;
  • A period of crisis, abuse or violence;
  • Temporary or long term loss of autonomy;
  • The placement of a parent or relative.


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