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Testimonials

Testimonials

Testimonials

 

 

"Substance abuse and dependency require different approaches for people with different needs and viewpoints. The services Chabad Lifeline  provides are unigue in Montreal. I have referred several of our clients to Project Pride self-help group." 
Gail Gauthier 
Director, 
Addictions Unit, Montreal General Hospital

  
  
Chabad Lifeline  has proven to be a most valuable program in 
successfully addressing the serious problem of drug abuse affecting today’s youth. I feel that a quality program of this nature merits strong financial support in order to facilitate its 
implementation in an increasing number of schools in the years 
ahead." 
Lew Lewis 
Assistant Director, 
Student Services Department, PSBGM

Dear  chabad lifeline team,you guys really came thru , immediatly went into action, you saved my life 

I am forever grateful 


dear chabad lifeline,

thank you thank you !! for helping my husband but especially for the care of  my son  

 

Dear Rabbi Benyamin Bresinger,
I am most and foremost grateful to the people that work on a daily basis at Lifeline,
they make the center what it is. Without the people there would be space, a beautiful space mind you.
My Experience with Chabad Life Line started by attending a numerous fellowship meetings, mostly AA & CA.
I then discovered that this location not only offered their space for 12 steps meetings but Counselling, crisis intervention, and one that I find is often forgotten and that Project Pride really takes pride in offering is Family counceling, taking care and helping Parents cope, understand a little more the decease and especially how not to enable their child thru the process I highly recommend Chabad Project Pride as a platform to receive the
DIRECTION you need and begin the healing to a free and happy life.
Robert C.

 

 

To Chabad Chabad Lifeline:
I reached to the computer to write what I feel about and what I feel the people at Chabad Project Pride are about and like a flashing neon light in my heart and mind there shines the word LOVE.  The selflessness and love that comes from these angels disguised as people is a testament that God does exist.  When I was at my lowest and my path brought me to CPP by another angel who was touched by this angel we call Ruth, I for the first time in a long while new that it was all going to be ok. Today , for me that ok has turned into absolutely fabulous. Thanks to the loving arms and hearts of all who work there.  They are a lifeline to many lost souls and thank God they are there. They are a source of the improvement of the human condition.
I can’t imagine what this world would be like without Chabad Project Pride
Thank you , All my love,
Robert Eglsaer
God bless

 

“My deepest gratitude and appreciation goes to Chabad Lifeline .
Your team has done everything possible to ease my transition from prison back into the community”.
Eli 

 
"I was my worst vulnerable after completing rehab. Working as a volunteer at Chabad Lifeline has resulted in great personal growth and has helpled me to prevent a relapse."
Debbie S.
  


"Substance abuse and dependency require different approaches for people with different needs and viewpoints. The services Chabad Lifeline  provides are unigue in Montreal. I have referred several of our clients to Project Pride self-help group."
Gail Gauthier
Director,
Addictions Unit, Montreal General Hospital

 
 
"Project PRIDE has proven to be a most valuable program in
successfully addressing the serious problem of drug abuse affecting today’s youth. I feel that a quality program of this nature merits strong financial support in order to facilitate its
implementation in an increasing number of schools in the years
ahead."
Lew Lewis
Assistant Director,
Student Services Department, PSBGM

           

"Project PRIDE has been an instrumental part of my recovery from drugs and alcohol, on every visit I find G-D. I know no matter what happens in my life, I can show up at Project PRIDE and everything is going to be alright. Being from outside Quebec, Ruth has always made me feel welcome, her kindness is contagious, she is truly a light, I would not be sober without her and Seymour, Rabbi Bresinger  and Karen are a God send, few men I have met in my life where I can see God in their eyes Rabbi Bresinger is one of them.
Miracles happen and lives are saved everyday at Project PRIDE. I feel blessed to be part of something so special."
Ryan P.       

 
Dear Rabbi Bresinger, Karen and Ruth,
I’ve been searching for my surrogate family all my life, and I desperately needed a place to feel safe. I found it, and you have been like a family to me. I am so grateful, and so lucky to have found you. Thank you for loving me before I learned how to love myself. Thank you for showing me a better way to live, and for guiding me on this wonderful path.
Todah, Thank you, Merci.
Lara S.


 
To all at Chabad Lifeline,
Thank you for always being here for us. Like so many lost ships out in the dark se. The lighthouse on Queen Mary is always here always lit up, drowning out the darkness that we sometimes dwell in. A bastion of hope. The light is always burning, when we have too only reach out to grab hold.
Thank you for everything without all of the staff and volunteers, I would’ve lost my way long ago.
Hang on, have faith, all will work itself out. Hope and be well.
Robert
 
 
"Thank you, Ruth, for accepting me, when I could not accept myself. I am confused, lost and afraid, you helped me to keep it simple and give me courage."
Evengelos X.

 
 
"Chabad Lifeline has helped me so much in my recovery over the years.  Hope to be able to give back even just 1% of all the gifts I’ve received from this place. The centre is my safe haven and the people here have had a tremendous impact on my life. They’ve stood by me through thick and thin and always welcomed me with open arms. I thank my Higher Power everyday that I was introduced to this place."
CL

 
 
"I am a nurse working in an environment where opiods are accessible and developed a dependency fort it. I contacted several treatment centers but they put me on a waiting list.
Afer doing some more research I came across Centre Lifeline . After a simple phone call explaining my situation, I was asked to present myself at the center the very next day. I was greeted by one of the councellors Ruth Weinberger, who listened to my story with no judgement and much compassion. I received all the support I needed including assistance with my work situation. I will never forget the support I received and continue to receive from the Center and its skillfull and compassionate stuff”.
Jennifer S
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