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Available positions

Are you interested in a career at the Centre d’aide aux victimes d’actes criminels de Montréal (CAVAC  - Montreal Crime Victims Assistance Centre)? See this section of our website (in French) for more information about the available positions.

About the Montréal CAVAC

The Montréal CAVAC, with its quick-response system, meets the specific needs of persons of all ages who are either victims or witnesses of a criminal offence, or someone close to a crime victim, whether or not the perpetrator is identified, apprehended, prosecuted or convicted.

CAVAC services take on different forms: post-trauma and psychojudicial intervention, information on rights and remedies, technical assistance in proceedings and referral to specialized services. The services are free of charge and confidential and are adapted to the client's needs.

CAVAC services are available on a regular basis, Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., in French, English and Spanish.

To make an appointment with a Montréal CAVAC support worker, call the number of the service point nearest you.

  • Montréal Centre
    (Beaubien metro station)
    Telephone: 514 277-9860
  • East End Montréal
    (Cadillac metro station)
    Telephone: 514 645-9333
  • West End Montréal
    (Du Collège metro station)
    telephone: 514 744-5048
  • Para servicios en español
    Telephone: 514 277-9860, ext. 2235
  • Montréal courthouse
    1, rue Notre-Dame Est, bureau 5.10
    (Champ-de-Mars metro station)
    Telephone: 514 393-2083;
  • Youth Division
    410, rue de Bellechasse Est, bureau 1.045
    (Rosemont metro station)
    Telephone: 514 495-5800, ext. 53570.

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