Impacts of the Maison Bleue intervention model

Data taken from the report “Évaluation de la mise en œuvre, des effets et de la valeur économique de La Maison Bleue” (2015)

Reaches and retains a clientele that would not have access to health services, either by lack of knowledge, fear of the system or accessibility issues

Insures a long-term follow-up for very vulnerable families.

Children have better health indicators than the Montreal average, even though they were born and grew up in a context of vulnerability: Percentage of low birth weight babies lower than the provincial average : 3,9 % (MB) vs 5,7 % (QC), premature births rates lower than the provincial average: 6,3 % (MB) vs 7,1 % (QC)

La Maison Bleue provides a service offer for all family members, which has a positive impact on attachment bond, parenting skills and in the establishment of social links.

Optimises existing resources which increases accessibility and reduces costs

One-stop shop for varied services

More than half of interventions done by professionals other than medical

This transfer of costly interventions to other resources allows for an increased service offer at the same cost.

Opened in 2017

Families followed in 2020-2021

(data from the 2020-2021 Activity Report)

Each year, La Maison Bleue reaches hundreds of families and offers them integrated medical and psychosocial services.

From April 1st, 2020 to March 31st, 2021
Côte-des-Neiges

Opened in 2007

Parc-Extension

Opened in 2011

Saint-Michel

Opened in 2017

Verdun (opened in summer 2020)
New pregnancies followed

81

82

80

38

Mothers/Families followed

387

337

313

38

Children followed

476

436

388

32

Partners followed

75

31

104

9

Total number of individuals followed 2020-2021

938

804

805

79

Total number of individuals followed since the opening

2786

2014

958

79

Families followed in 2020-2021

(data from the 2020-2021 Activity Report)

Each year, La Maison Bleue reaches hundreds of families and offers them integrated medical and psychosocial services.

From April 1st, 2020 to March 31st, 2021
New pregnancies followed

Côte-des-Neiges

81

Parc-Extension

82

Saint-Michel

80

Verdun

20

Mothers/Families followed

Côte-des-Neiges

387

Parc-Extension

337

Saint-Michel

313

Verdun

38

Children followed

Côte-des-Neiges

476

Parc-Extension

436

Saint-Michel

388

Verdun

32

Partners followed

Côte-des-Neiges

75

Parc-Extension

31

Saint-Michel

104

Verdun

9

Total number of individuals followed 2020-2021

Côte-des-Neiges

938

Parc-Extension

804

Saint-Michel

805

Verdun

79

Total number of individuals followed since the opening

Côte-des-Neiges (since 2007)

2786

Parc-Extension (since 2011)

2014

Saint-Michel (since 2017)

958

Verdun (since summer of 2020)

79

DATA ABOUT RESULTS

Data taken from the report « Évaluation de la mise en oeuvre, des effets et de la valeur économique de La Maison Bleue » (2015)

La Maison Bleue

3,9%

La Maison Bleue

5,7%

La Maison Bleue

94,9%

Percentage of low birth weight babies

Premature births

Breastfeeding rate at hospital discharge

Montréal

5,6%

Montréal

6,7%

Montréal

79,3%

DONNÉES SUR LES EFFETS

Données issues du rapport « Évaluation de la mise en oeuvre, des effets et de la valeur économique de La Maison Bleue » (2015)

La proportion des bébés de petit poids à la naissance

La Maison Bleue

3,9%

Montréal

5,6%

Naissances prématurées

La Maison Bleue

5,7%

Montréal

6,7%

Taux d’allaitement à la sortie de l’hôpital

La Maison Bleue

94,9%

Montréal

79,3%