Chronic Diseases

Cardiometabolic Risk Program

Who is this program intended for?

The program is intended for individuals living with prediabetes, diabetes and high blood pressure. The goal of the program is to learn about healthy lifestyle habits and to have support while making certain lifestyle changes.


One-on-one and group meetings:

  • Lifestyle modification program (risk factors, medication)
  • Blood glucose assessment and monitoring by a nurse clinician
  • Blood pressure improvement program

Contact details

Low Back Pain Management Program

Who is this program intended for?

This program is available, upon medical referral, to adults living with low back pain. The goal is to develop the skills needed to self-manage pain.


One-on-one meetings offered by an interdisciplinary team. The goal of these meetings is to: 

  • Ensure early detection of those at risk
  • Prevent complications and chronic conditions amongst those targeted and encourage personal independence

CNESST and SAAQ cases are excluded.

Contact details

  • CLSC du Lac-Saint-Louis : 514-697-4110, extension 4418

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Program for Mild to Moderate COPD

Who is this program intended for?

This is an educational program aimed at slowing disease progression, preventing complications and improving the quality of life of those living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). 

Contact details

  • CLSC du Lac-Saint-Louis : 514-697-4110, extension 4418
  • CLSC de Dorval-Lachine : 514-639-0650, extension 80581

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How can I benefit from these services?

To participate in this program, you must have a medical referral and must meet certain criteria. Your physician must fill out the referral form for the CIUSSS de l’Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal’s chronic illnesses program.

Reference forms

To know more

For more information about chronic illnesses, click here.

Other Resources


Ask your family medicine group (FMG) if they offer a chronic disease program. If you are you looking for a family doctor, see next page.

Smoking Cessation Centres

Healthy lifestyle habits are key to improving the well-being of those living with COPD. Smoking cessation centres can help you quit for good.

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