Projets Autochtones du Québec (PAQ) is a not-for-profit organization offering shelter and
culturally adapted activities and services to homeless and at-risk First Nations, Inuit, and Métis
women and men. Located in downtown Montreal, our center provides emergency shelter and a
hot dinner and light breakfast 365 nights a year for 16 women and 36 men. PAQ’s transitional
housing program offers 16 studio apartments for Indigenous women and men at risk of
homelessness, or who are in search of a stable living environment. PAQ provides a sense of
belonging and trust developed through community events, psycho-social and crisis support,
access to legal and health services, and indigenous cultural and arts programs.
About the Managed Alcohol Program (MAP)
In order to meet the needs of the community, PAQ has launched a pilot residential
community managed alcohol program that aims to reduce the barriers to access supportive
housing and reduce the acute, chronic, and social harms associated with alcohol addiction. This
project will provide the option for long-term supportive housing with an on-site managed alcohol
program for 8 to 10 persons from the indigenous community that are experiencing
homelessness and severe alcohol dependencies in Montreal.
In order to strengthen its intervention team, PAQ is recruiting experienced intervention workers for evening and overnight shifts. PAQ will provide training. The monthly work schedule is published two weeks before the month starts, however ability to also work on an ‘on-call’ basis is helpful.
Under the supervision of the MAP coordinator, the MAP intervention worker
*Indigenous candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Only candidates with required experience will be contacted.
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