Fonds REGAIN Santé

Support Verdun and Nun’s Island's organizations that offer services to vulnerable groups

The REGAIN Santé clinic (formerly known as the Physergo clinic) was a Verdun non-profit organization. Through its interdisciplinary team, the clinic offered services enhancing the health and well-being in the area for more than 30 years. It received many honours, such as the title of exceptional corporate citizen for its 25 years of involvement in Verdun and in southwest Montreal. The Fondation du développement local de Verdun also recognized its exceptional contribution to the community.

While it closed for good in December of 2020, the clinic nonetheless wanted to pursue its community mission. By transforming itself into a philanthropic organization, it did just that. By creating the Fonds REGAIN Santé at FGM, the fund’s constituents wanted to support projects carried out by organizations essentially located in the Verdun/Nun’s Island borough, and enable them to offer services to vulnerable groups, notably in the three areas the clinic specialized in: physical rehabilitation, recuperation during and after cancer, and developing a healthy lifestyle.

The Fonds REGAIN Santé has already been able to support community actors in its borough. Notably, it allocated nearly $41,000 to the Fondation Champlain et Manoir-de-Verdun for the renovation of a residential home dining room. It also supported “Bouger et Vivre”, a non-profit organization in Verdun. It promotes the quality of life of seniors with mobility problems or suffering from chronic disease. Specialized equipment was donated to help in physical therapy for this clientele in an accessible, suitable and secure environment.

Visit Fondation REGAIN’s website