Contact us for information and to arrange a tour. Come see us! The ENHARMONIE network offers 10 residences for independent seniors in Montreal. Our 1,259 quality apartments are offered at an affordable price. Who owns the ENHARMONIE residences? The ENHARMONIE residences belong to the Office municipal d'habitation de Montréal (OMHM). This non-profit organization has close to 50 years of experience in managing housing on the Island of Montreal. Who are the employees working at ENHARMONIE residences? Chefs, superintendents, managers...Each of the 100 employees was chosen because they like and respect seniors. Empathy is a must for getting hired. This is one of the reasons why 95% of residents are happy with having chosen an ENHARMONIE residence. Why is the rent price–quality ratio so good? Quality We are a non-profit organization. Every dollar from your rent is reinvested into things that residents actually benefit from: apartments, common areas, food, services, activities and the list goes on. In an ENHARMONIE residence, you will not find a pool or other luxury (and expensive) facilities that few people use. Price The residences came to be under the Logement abordable Québec program. Up to 75% of the cost of their construction was subsidized. Rents are used to pay first and foremost for services, not a huge mortgage. Are the residences certified? The ten ENHARMONIE residences have their certificate of compliance from the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux. This certificate guarantees that each residence meets the 35 very strict quality criteria. The government inspects each residence regularly to check these 35 criteria. More news about us A poetry collection in the making April 9, 2019 - Author and playwright Simon Boulerice has written a moving memoir about his childhood memories, and about the childhood memories of several residents of ENHARMONIE residences who participated in a series of poetry workshops under his guidance. The resulting works of poetry will be published later in 2019. This activity, offered among many other recrational activities on our calendar, will have a special place in the hearts of all those who had the chance to work with Simon. To read the memoir published in La Presse (in French), click here. A non-profit among the big names: a portrait in business magazine Les Affaires April 6, 2019 - The business magazine Les Affaires publishes a series of articles on seniors residences and features the ENHARMONIE residences among the 10 most important owners-managers of private seniors residences in Québec. To read the article (in French) and access all other articles of the series, click here. To see the listing, click here. A TV ad features our residents in action January 14, 2019 - Up until the end of February, a TV ad shows our residents and buildings on the French channel TVA. The video is an invitation to discover the ENHARMONIE residences and to visit them during our Open House on February 24, 2019. To watch the ad, click here. The ENHARMONIE residences inaugurate their very own bus November 30, 2018 - The idea to own a bus in order to increase residents' mobility was launched by the Tenants Adivsory Committee. After extensive research, this project came to life in 2018. The bus, with its beautiful design, offers 24 places and will take residents to a variety of recreational destinations in and around Montreal. This service is free of charge for our residents. (read more, in French) Innovative sign language class at Résidence Saint-Eugène makes the news October 21, 2018 - Several residents at Résidence Saint-Eugène are deaf. They communicate with each other with ligtening speed, using sign language learned in school at an early age. This spring, a group of residents decided they wanted to be able to better communicate with their deaf neighbours by learning their language. It's quite a challenge to practice and memorize the gesticulations and hand movements, but they are making steady progress thanks to Jacinthe Messier, our recreation coordinator, who coaches them step by step. Watch the news report by Anne-Louise Despatie on the Radio-Canada website (short version) or on their Facebook page (long version). Students wanted for weekend positions July 3, 2018 - We are looking to fill student positions as weekend secretary-receptionists. If you like to be around seniors, are a college or university student and are available to work on Saturdays and Sundays, this position could be for you. Read more... Seeking tenant attendants April 6, 2018 - You are retired or about to retire and looking for part-time work? You enjoy connecting with people and being of help to others? You are mature and responsible, with a reassuring personality? We would like to meet you! We are recruiting candidates for part-time positions as tenant attendants in our Enharmonie residences. Currently, three positions are open at Rosalie-Cadron, Lionel-Bourdon and Le Mile-End. Tenant attendants live on the premises in a one-bedroom apartment provided with reduced rent. They conduct inspection rounds and respond to emergency calls, one week out of two. For more information, please click here. The Enharmonie residences win an excellence award for their recreational program October 24, 2017 - The Enharmonie network is proud to be the recipient of the 2017 Excellence Award from the Fédération québécoise du loisir en institution (FQLI) in the “Recreation and Quality of Life” category. For the past 33 years, the FQLI, a provincial organisation promoting excellence in recreational activities for health and other institutions, has rewarded institutions “which are particularly considerate of the development of their clients’ well-being”. The Enharmonie network received the award for the implementation and development of its recreational services since 2013. The recreation team is now composed of five community recreation professionals for its 10 residences, supported by numerous volunteers. The Enharmonie network receives the RQRA Distinction Award 2016 November 29, 2016 - The Enharmonie network is the proud recipient of the 2016 Distinction Award from the Regroupement québécois des résidences pour aînés (RQRA), an award that marks the outstanding contribution made by a seniors’ residence to improving the quality of life of its residents. This is the fourth year that the Distinction Award has been awarded by the RQRA, a non-profit organization with more than 700 members in Quebec. On the photo, Marie-Josée Gendron, Director of the Enharmonie residences, is accompanied by host Marc-André Coallier (left) and Yves Desjardins, CEO of RQRA.