Adapted housing


In Quebec, there is a desperate lack of resources to meet the needs of victims of brain injuries. Because of this lack of resources, victims in their thirties are sometimes transferred to long-term care facilities to receive around-the-clock support. But these aren’t settings suited to the realities of victims of brain injuries, because they are still able to engage in certain activities. They deserve a home that reflects their needs.

The donations received by the Foundation to date have made a major contribution to expanding the Martin-Matte Home Network across Quebec. Six adapted housing resources have opened their doors in Laval, Sherbrooke, Blainville, Saint-Prosper in Beauce, Coaticook and Quebec City. In 2019, two new residences for people with a head injury or physical disability will become part of the network, in Trois-Rivières and Trois-Pistoles, for a grand total of eight homes.



Maison Martin-Matte, Pavillon Patrice-Villeneuve

An initiative of Milieu de vie TCC de Québec. This adapted residence accommodates 30 people with a head injury or a major physical disability for life. The residence welcomed its first residents in July 2016.

Maison Martin-Matte Pavillon Patrice-Villeneuve

Maison Martin-Matte Pavillon Patrice-Villeneuve (1)


Donald St-Pierre - Résident

“The apartment is gorgeous, well divided and functional... no more thresholds for going outside or taking a shower. Accessibility makes life easier for people with disabilities, and I feel safe here. If anything happens, I just ring and someone is there to help. The staff is courteous and sensitive.”
Donald St-Pierre, resident of the Maison Martin-Matte, Pavillon Patrice-Villeneuve


Mauricie - Centre-du-Québec

Maison Martin-Matte Trois-Rivières

This project, under the auspices of the Centre intégré universitaire de santé et de services sociaux (CIUSSS) de la Mauricie-et-du-Centre-du-Québec, includes 10 apartments. The building will be located on CIUSSS de la Mauricie-et-du-Centre-du-Québec land, and it will offer a peaceful living environment adapted to the needs of people with head injuries. The first tenants will move into the residence in 2019.

Maison Martin-Matte de Trois-Rivières


Bas St-Laurent

Maison Martin-Matte - L'Éveil des Basques

The first residential project for people with disabilities in the Basques region. This project grew out of an initiative of the Association des personnes handicapées L’Éveil des Basques. The residence will be located in Trois-Pistoles and will have 14 affordable units for people living with a traumatic brain injury or physical disability.

2 months ago
Marc-André Hétu
A la memoire de Denis
2 months ago
Fengjaun Yin
2 months ago
Ruo Chen Hao
2 months ago
G. Gosselin Assurances Ltée
2 months ago
Groupe MBM / Agrémat Inc.

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