Together, Stronger.

Our programs

PTSD Service Dogs

Asista's PTSD service dog division was founded in late 2012 where we place these dogs with veterans, first responders, children and adults.

Autism Service Dogs

After years of known research, Asista launched its program to support children with autism and their families.

Specialty Service Dogs

Service dogs give individuals with impairments a greater autonomy. Our specialty service dogs help people with severe generalized anxiety disorder. The candidate is evaluated on a case by case basis.

Facility Service Dogs

A trained Facility Dog works with a specialized handler in their chosen field, building on canine – human partnerships. The Facility Dog has a set of skills and tasks aiding in intervention for their chosen professional practice.

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Average cost of a service dog

Becoming a Foster Family

Foster families play a key role in the foundation. A foster family is a family who houses and welcomes a service dog in training into their house for a period of 6 months or less. After the 6 months the canine will begin a specialized training to then be integrated into their new household in need.

UPCOMING EVENTS

MICROCHIPPING CLINIC October 5th 2019

Asista Foundation, in collaboration with the Centre Vétérinaire Laval and Nutrience will be hosting a microchipping clinic at a low cost.

Need to reach us?

SEND US YOUR QUESTION VIA SOCIAL MEDIA

Our dedicated team of employees and volunteers can answer your general requests through our official social media channels.

Call us

Do you have questions about our programs or need information about something? Give us a call. Due to the high number of calls please leave a message and our reception will call you back as soon as possible.

(450) 781 1200 ext: 3031

Contact us

Your questions and comments are important to us. The easiest way to get in touch with us is by e-mail given the high volume of calls.

info@asista.ca

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