Escape Family Violence.

Maison de Passage House Inc.

Shelter for women and children who are victims of violence.


Our Programs & Services

Our Values

Improving the quality of life of women and children victims of domestic violence who come to our transition hous...

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Our Vision

Working with our partners and community, Maison de « Passage » House Inc. wishes to eliminate all forms of viole...

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Our Mission

Maison de Passage House Inc. is a non-profit organization that strives to: Offer SECURE, CONFIDENTIAL and FR...

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Our History

A temporary committee was formed in April 1986 to study the possibility of establishing a transition house in the Chaleur region. The instigator of this initiative was Roland Godin of the Nepisiguit Family Services.

Chaired by Shelley Robichaud, the temporary committee organized various meetings and activities. A total of 18 meetings were held before the founding meeting of June 11, 1987.

A transition house is a safe place for you and your children. You’ll be kept away from violence, and you’ll have access to advice and information on social services and legal options available.
Transition houses are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can stay there for free with your children for about a month. The transition house staff will help you through the crisis.

Maison de Passage House Inc. serves the Chaleur region (Belledune to St. Sauveur, to Pokeshaw).

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Violence against women is unacceptable!

Women living in violent situations have the capacity, with the appropriate help, to find solutions to their problems.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If I go back to the abuser, do I have the right to go back to the shelter?

Yes, you will always be welcomed without judgement.

What is your maximum capacity?

We have a license for a maximum of ten beds.

Who can benefit from the services of Maison de Passage House Inc.?

Women and children who need secure shelter because they are abused physically, psychologically, sexually, economically, spiritually, verbally and / or socially.

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