The GASMA is the gateway to accessing the mental health continuum of services on the territory of the CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal. The GASMA is mandated to assess users in order to direct them to the services that correspond to the needs presented. The GASMA assessment process is decisional. The services offered are :
- Receipt of requests for adult mental health services;
- Evaluation of resquests by a multidisciplinary team;
- Prioritization and referral of the person and his/her family to the appropriate service - 1st, 2nd and 3rd line and community organizations and liaison/consultation with these teams;
- Initiate screening, assessment, care and treatment protocols.
GASMA promotes the best practices of the Programme Québécois Pour les Troubles Mentaux (PQPTM). It promotes access to services for users by identifying the best service at the best time by the best professional. The use of evidence supports the clinical judgment of professionals to achieve this. The service demonstrated to be effective is offered according to the identified need’s priority in collaboration with the user.
For more information, please visit the the Programme Québécois Pour les Troubles Mentaux (PQPTM) page :
If you have concerns about your mental health or the mental health of a loved one, you can contact a psychosocial worker 24/7 by calling Info-social at 811, option 2. You can also go to one of the psychosocial intake services at a CLSC of our CIUSSS. Finally, if you already have access to a health professional, you can ask him or her to forward a request for service to us.
If you are a health professional, please send the form below by email ( email@example.com) or by fax (514-731-5337).
Référence aux Guichets d'accès santé mentale (French only)
The Addiction team is composed of two social workers and three human relations agents who offer outreach services in dependency at CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal. The services are offered to any person aged 14 and over who is experiencing a problem related to substance abuse and/or addiction, as well as to their family and friends, and who lives on the territory of our CIUSSS. Our intervention model allows the user to determine his or her own goals for reduction or cessation. The services offered are :
- Detection of the intensity of the addiction problem and referral, if necessary, to specialized addiction services;
- Help in managing, reducing and/or stopping consumption or problems related to addiction (alcohol, cannabis, medication, other drugs, gambling, problematic Internet use);
- Structured program “Mes Choix” available for alcohol, cannabis, all substances and gambling;
- Relapse prevention for an already sober individual;
- Support for the entourage of an individual living with an addiction problem.
If you have concerns about your use or that of a loved one, you can contact a psychosocial worker 24/7 by calling Info-social at 811, option 2. Alternatively, you can go to one of the psychosocial intake services at a CLSC of our CIUSSS.
If you are a health professional, please send the form below to dépendance.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Référence aux Guichets d'accès santé mentale (available in French only)
PRISM (Projet de réaffiliation en itinérance et santé mentale)
Mandate of the team
Located at Mission Old Brewery in Montreal, PRISM serves homeless adult men with mental health issues that are not stable. We wish to offer rapid access to a therapeutic living space and flexible services to provide a continuum of care to the homeless population.
- Social worker specialized in drug addiction / mental health
- Dedicated PRISM personnel member at Mission Old Brewery
Connexion (community team) based in the CDN, Métro, and Parc-Extension CLSCs; offers psychosocial services and transitional primary healthcare in the community to individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Mandate of the team
To offer psychosocial and transitional primary healthcare in the community to individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Its goal is to connect these individuals to medical and psychosocial services or community resources that can sustainably meet their needs or situation.
Send a demande de services interétablissements (DSIE) by fax to 514-380-5515.
- Social worker