Saving & Improving the Lives of Many
Formattitude (Fondation) is a non-profit organization founded in 2005. Its mission is to raise funds to help people attend intervention sessions, workshop, and supportive aftercare offered by Dolly's Centre Attitude. These programs are offered at the Center or in Indegineious Communities throughout Quebec. Without the Foundations work, many people in crisis and in need cannot be helped.
YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED MORE THEN EVER
Over the years, the foundation has enabled thousands of people to attend sessions at Dolly's Centre Attitude. As well as experience the same type of interventions, workshops and aftercare in Native Communities.
It also provides the means for teams throughout Quebec's Indigenous communities to offer participants the sessions and workshops that speak directly to the most relevant issues facing these clients. PTSD, Violence, Addictions, and Suicide. Dolly Demitro has over 30 years of experience, her team are able to provide tools and skills to shoulder individuals to make the necessary changes in their lives, spirit both socially, and professionally.
Attitude Resource Centre
was founded by the President of Dolly Attitude Centre.
Dolly Demitro is a woman of action, she devotes all her talent, expertise and passion to informing, guiding and supporting people (men, women, couples, teenagers and families) in their life journey. Her straightforward, direct and real language can be surprising at times, but it achieves its goal: to help people get to know themselves and change their attitude and behaviour in order to move forward in life.
member of the Association des intervenants en dépendance du Québec (AIDQ), as well as author of 3 international-best -sellers: " Accros à l'amour ", " Vie en couple, couple en vie " and " Gitane ". Since 1999, thousands of people have benefited from her professional help. Her experience in the field has prepared her for the most extreme cases and her working method has been tested thousands of times.
Dolly says: "I voluntarily chose to help Aboriginal communities because I know them well, I respect their culture and above all I want to help them continue their path of dignity. Already several Aboriginal communities have benefited from my conference and employee assistance services.