Housing Improvement Programs

Société d’habitation du Québec Housing Renovation Programs

The RénoRégion program provides financial assistance to low- or modest-income owner-occupants in rural areas for work to correct major defects in their home, which must be worth $150,000 or less (excluding the value of the land).

The Société d’habitation du Québec administers the program and delegates its application to regional county municipalities (MRC) and to certain municipalities.

To qualify, you must :
  • be the owner of the residence and occupy it full time ;
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident ;
  • not have beneficiated of the RénoRégion program (PRR) in the last 5 years, or the Rénovation Québec program (RQ) in the last 5 years ;
  • the residence for renovation must be single-family, semi-detached, duplex or mobile home on a foundation / piles ;
  • the value of the building on the municipal tax bill 2021, excluding land, must be less than or equal to the maximum value established by the MRC, who is $150,000. You must provide a copy of the municipal tax bill ;
  • the building must not be built in a flood zone 0-20 ans or in a landslide zone ;
  • must have income, for all household members, below the maximum allowable income shown in the Table below. Refer to line 15000 of the statement of Federal income. Add income of the owners and 25% of the income of other household members. Provide a complete copy of the Federal contribution notice and report of Federal income each household member living at home. Self-employed worker’s incomes need to take into account the capital cost allowance on form T2125 :
Number of persons in the household Couple or
1 person
2 to 3
4 to 5
6 to 7
Allowable income Less than $ 33,500 (95%)

Up to $ 45,500

(94% to 20%)

Less than $ 37,000 (95%)

Up to $ 49,000

(94% to 20%)

Less than $ 46,500 (95%)

Up to $ 58,500 (94% to 20%)

Less than $ 58,000 (95%)

Up to $ 70,000

(94% to 20%)

  • you can have a financial assistance of up to $ 20,000 maximum by the RénoRégion program. The aid rate may vary between 20% and 95%, depending on your income.


The Residential Adaptation Assistance Program is intended for people with disabilities whose limitations affect their ability to perform everyday activities in their home. The program provides homeowners and landlords with financial assistance to cover the cost of eligible work dersigned to meetthe needs of disabled people. The work must offer simple, cost-effective solutions.

The Société d’habitation du Québec administers the program in partnership with regional county municipalities (MRC) and certain municipalities. The Société’s municipal partners determine whether the work in question is eligible based on a report by an occupational therapist.

The Accessible Small Business (PEA) program is designed to improve accessibility for people with disabilities or reduced mobility in small businesses. Owners and tenants of commercial, business and meeting establishments that are not subject to a legal obligation in terms of accessibility will be able to take advantage of the program.

More specifically, the objective of this program is to provide financial assistance to the owners and tenants of the targeted buildings for the implementation of work that will allow the application of the accessibility requirements of the Construction Code (RLRQ, chapter B-1.1, r 2).

The Société d’habitation du Québec administers the program and delegates its application to regional county municipalities (MRC) and to certain municipalities.


Contact : Véronique Bouchard, architectural technologist
Tel. : 450 287-0136
J5A 2G1

For more information, visit the Société d’habitation du Québec website at www.habitation.gouv.qc.ca/english.html

Social Housing

The Vaudreuil-Soulanges Regional Housing Office is responsible for managing and administering housing and these housing programs: Low-Rent Housing (HLM), Rent Supplement Program (PSL), Québec Affordable Housing (LAQ), Referral Service, and Accès Logis Québec for low- and moderate-income individuals and families in the territory.

Contact Information

Office régional d’habitation de Vaudreuil-Soulanges
420, Saint-Charles ave,
Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC,
J7V 2N1
450 218-6994  


Trajectoire intersectorielle en insalubrité morbide

Numerous cases are reported by different municipal services and health professionals concerning individuals who excessively accumulate objects or trash, causing them to live in unhealthy living conditions. Since 2011, many key players on the front lines ask themselves how to best intervene in cases of hoarding, noting that their respective efforts were not sufficiently supported.

From this observation came the necessity of forming an intersectional work committee in 2013, made up of a host of institutional, municipal, and community participants. After rigourous work, the committee established the first intersectional interventions process for hoarding in the region of Vaudreuil-Soulanges in June 2015. Resulting from much consideration, this process created with an intersectional approach aims to create pathways to functional and effective solutions for resolving these cases. The key players involved pursued their work in order to ensure good implementation of this process. As of now, all 23 municipalities of the MRC de Vaudreuil-Soulanges have adopted a resolution signifying their adherence to the collaboration modalities in the framework of this process.

Vaudreuil-Soulanges’ intersectional intervention process for hoarding is the process by which a hoarding situation will be treated with regards to prevention, screening, references, and access to hoarding assistance services through evaluation and concerted interventions. The general goal is to clarify the terms, roles, and responsibilities of each authority, in order to create a common vision of actions to take in these cases. More specifically, it aims to correct or reduce the hoarding situation and improve the quality of life of the affected person as well as their family, to put useful tools in place for collaboration and, finally, to ensure that the laws in effect, as well as confidentiality, are respected.


Members of the Trajectoire Committee
Name Organization/Establishment/Municipality
Johanne Girard Chef d’administration de programme Réseau adulte psychosocial –  CISSSMO
Marie-Claude Boutin Conseillère-cadre aux partenariats DPSMD – CISSSMO
Denis Bourdeau
Nancy Tremblay
Bruno Beaulieu Sûreté du Québec
Michel Vaillancourt Directeur du service des incendies de Coteau-du-Lac
Julien Lamarre Technicien en prévention incendie au service des incendies de Coteau-du-Lac, Saint-Télesphore,
Anik Courval Directrice du service d’urbanisme Saint-Zotique
Éric Flynn Technicien en prévention incendie au service des incendies de L’Île-Perrot
Éric Martel Directeur adjoint et coordonnateur de la sécurité civile, Rigaud, Très-Saint-Rédempteur
Étienne Bergevin Directeur général adjoint, Pincourt
Stéphane Séguin Directeur adjoint au service des incendies de Pincourt
Robert Grimaudo Maire de St-Lazare et membre de la table SCI
Julie Dubois Technicienne en prévention incendie pour les municipalités : Rivière-Beaudette, Saint-Polycarpe, Saint-Clet, Sainte-Marthe, Sainte-Justine-de-Newton
Marilyn Gauthier Technicienne en prévention incendie pour les municipalités : Rivière-Beaudette, Saint-Polycarpe, Saint-Clet
Gabrielle Wibault ASI Santé mentale
Andrée Gaudet Directrice du Service d’aide à domicile Vaudreuil-Soulanges
John Gladu Directeur de l’Aiguillage
Gabrielle Chartrand Travailleuse de milieu
Mélanie Courchesne Organisatrice communautaire – CISSSMO