December 9, 1997 Created on the initiative of the Little Brothers of the Poor, the day center for the elderly in precarious or homelessness opens its doors for the first time.
December 1, 2000 First at 1699 Amherst Street, Montreal, the organization moves to 1223A on the same street.
April 2010 After a long reflection on its constituent texts and its mission, the organization
holds a shoulder-to-shoulder: the PAS of the street refocuses on its priority, namely aid
to people in homelessness or in very precarious conditions.
October 2010 Launch of the Program of action towards autonomy (P.A.V.A.), 1st edition.
October 17, 2011 The PAS de la rue moves into new modern and bright premises at 1575 René-Lévesque Est, Montreal, confirming its desire to provide lasting and structuring solutions to homelessness among seniors.
2012 Creation of a continuum of support, from the street to housing
2014 Major strategic planning 2014-2017
2015Opening of the 8 transitional homes: the Relais du PAS
2020 Creation in Mercier (East of Montreal) of a new day center associated with 40 permanent housing units for 55 years and +
15 893 fday center attendance.
51 people reached per day on average.
541 distinct people actively attended our day center during the year.
2340 attendance on Sundays
68% 55 to 64
32% 65 and +
64 ans average age
66% new people reached were homeless