Because at the end of life, life still comes first.
A palliative care home and day centre offering free, high-quality palliative care services.
St. Raphael’s is a grassroots charitable organization with a dual vocation: a 12-bed palliative care home and the first palliative day centre on the Island of Montreal. We offer free, high-quality palliative care in one of the most densely populated areas of Montreal to people living with an incurable illness. With respect and compassion, we welcome people from all walks of life, regardless of their social condition, ethnic origin, sexual orientation and gender identity or religious beliefs.
Despite COVID-19, we continue to welcome palliative care patients and their families, complying with all government measures.
Because the safety and well-being of our patients and their loved ones is our top priority, we remind you that
– In all situations, maximum 3 visitors in the patient’s room at once.
– Patient’s partner and children may visit anytime.
– All other visitors (friends, other family members, other children, grandchildren, etc.) maximum 2 per 24 hours.
Home: For patients and their families
Providing exceptional end-of-life care attuned to the whole person
St. Raphael’s takes a holistic approach to care encompassing the physical, emotional, social, psychological and spiritual well-being of each patient and their loved ones.
Day Centre: For guests and their caregivers
Improving the quality of life of our guests and providing much needed respite to caregivers
St. Raphael’s day centre offers a warm and inviting space for people with a life-limiting illness to come together, share their experience and find comfort.
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A community project
in memory of Father Gerry
A man of great faith, Father Gerry dedicated his life to taking care of others and encouraged each of us to do the same. We are extremely proud and happy to be working towards the realization of his dream, which has become the project of an entire community.