About Us

Interligne is a first response centre that provides help and information to those concerned with sexual orientation and gender diversity. Because our services are accessible 24 hours/day, we are able to offer support to the LGBTQ+ communities, their friends and family and to service providers in the health, education and social service sectors. Through our outreach and awareness activities, we also promote greater openness to LGBTQ+ realities.


Interligne’s services include:



Pascal Vaillancourt, executive director
514 866-6788 ext. 123

Maryse Bézaire, director of communications
514 866-6788 ext. 129

Marie-Claude Gendron, philanthropy development consultant
514 866-6788 ext. 124

Mireille St-Pierre, services coordinator
514 866-6788 ext. 127

Marie-Annabelle Labrecque, administrative assistant
514 866-6788 ext. 121

Board of directors

The members of the board of directors are elected by Interligne’s volunteer listeners at the annual general assembly.

Robert Asselin, president
Murillo Rego, vice-president – administration
Jonathan Fallu, vice-president – services
Johanne Audet, treasurer
Jean-Benoît Vallières, secretary
Youri Chassin, administrator
Anthony Francis Lombardi, administrator  


We are sorry, this information is not available in English at this time. It will be translated shortly. 

Annual reports

We are sorry, the annual reports are not available in English at this time.

Rapport d’activités 2016-2017 (PDF)
Rapport d’activités 2015-2016 (PDF)
Rapport d’activités 2014-2015 (PDF)
Rapport d’activités 2013-2014 (PDF)
Rapport d’activités 2012-2013 (PDF)

Fondation Émergence

Interligne believes it is important to raise the population’s awareness of the realities of LGBT communities and to fight against homophobia in order to prevent problems related to social exclusion. That is why Interligne is a proud partner of the Fondation Émergence, an organization that offers information and awareness programs to fight prejudice and to promote the well-being and equality of LGBT people. The Fondation Émergence, which is an Interligne initiative (known as Gai Écoute at the time), is a fully autonomous body with its own board of directors, whose members are elected by a Board of Governors.

Interligne is a member or partner of the following organizations :

  • Association des centres d’écoute téléphonique du Québec (ACET);
  • Association des lesbiennes et des gais sur Internet (ALGI);
  • Association québécoise de prévention du suicide (AQPS);
  • Centre communautaire des gais et lesbiennes de Montréal (CCGLM);
  • Montreal Youth Coalition Against Homophobia;
  • Regroupement intersectoriel des organismes communautaires de Montréal (RIOCM);
  • Réseau des lesbiennes du Québec (RLQ);
  • Suicide Action Montréal (SAM).

Interligne also works closely with organizations and media of the LGBT communities.