After moving into a two-story building that served as the longtime home of a pillar of Montreal, Canada’s Jewish community, one of the city’s premier drug-intervention programs has beefed up its activities to correspond with the increased space. It’s changed its name as well.

Now known as Lifeline, the Chabad-Lubavitch run Project Pride program once called a rented storefront in the city’s Queen Mary section home, but was forced to relocate after the old building faced demolition. Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital stepped in and helped renovate the 90-year-old residence of its first executive director, Samuel Cohen.

Since moving, Lifeline has added a weekly open meeting where anyone can come and share, or just listen.

“We never dreamed we could get a place like this,” program director Rabbi Benyamin Bresinger told the Canadian Jewish News.