Tracom is a non-profit organization. Qualified crisis intervention workers are available 24/7 to take your call. We offer professional services that are free, confidential, and bilingual.
Centre d'intervention de crise Tracom is a non-profit organization founded in 1986. Then Minister of health and Social services, Thérèse Lavoie-Roux initiated efforts to reduce the problem of overcrowding in hospital emergency rooms. To address this problem, eight crisis centers were established in Quebec, including Tracom.
As of January 1987, our 3 services include:
- Telephone support
- Short-term crisis housing.
The mission of Centre d'intervention de crise Tracom is to offer psychosocial crisis intervention services to an adult clientele, as well as family members, caregivers, or friends of adults in distress. Our objective is to provide support that will help to restore a state of normal functioning, and to provide tools to help clients take concrete steps toward an improved quality of life.
Please consult our annual report for more detailed information on our services:
CIUSS West-Central Montreal
It represents a population of approximately 350 000.
The following boroughs have access to our services:
Outremont (some areas)
Ville-Marie (some areas)
St-Laurent (Anglophone population)
Please be advised that requests for services or exchanges with an interventionist are only possible by telephone. No interventions or counselling orientation shall occur through email.
For immediate assistance, please call (514) 483-3033