Social intervention worker

Psychosocial intervention workers

Our psychosocial intervention workers are available if you need guidance in resolving personal, domestic, social, or psychological problems and difficulties or if you need support to access any services in the city.

What does the psychosocial intervention worker do?

The role of the psychosocial intervention worker is to offer assistance to Native families, youth and individuals living in the Greater Montreal Area.

The psychosocial intervention worker can offer personal support, develop life plans and deal with crisis situations, connect you to appropriate services, accompany you while accessing services.

What issues can the psychosocial intervention worker assists with?

Accessing other services in the city.

Health and Social Services can be large systems that are difficult to navigate and a lot of native people report negative experiences with these services. The intervention worker can accompany you while you access these services and advocate for you when necessary.

How can I contact the psychosocial intervention worker?

Contact the manager of prevention and intervention services

Marla Newhook

If you need immediate assistance there are organizations that can be accessed at anytime.



To report allegations of misconduct by police officers


Suicide Action Montreal


Sexual Assault helpline


CAVAC (help centers for victims of crime)

1 (866) 532-2822

Kids Help Phone


Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program