The Networking and Partnership Initiative (NPI) is a program designed to support Quebec’s minority English-speaking communities in improving and maintaining access to the full range of Health and Social Services. Funding for this program is provided by Health Canada and the program is managed by Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN).
ReCharge is a free 18-hour technical course designed to support caregivers and provide them with necessary tools, resources, and techniques to help them take care of their loved ones. Through a new funding partnership with APPUI pour les proches aidants d’aînés, ARC will be delivering ReCharge workshops throughout the Montérégie region.
The McGill Retention Project invests in the future of health and social services in the Montérégie by ensuring English-speakers have access to services in English and by the Allocation of Health and Social Services Community Leadership Bursaries. ARC develops community awareness of the need for services in English and in collaboration with stakeholders, ARC supports recruiting and retention efforts so that there are more English-speaking professionals working in our health and social services system. Visit our McGill Training and Retention Project page for more information.
A community-based program that promotes the improvement, development, and accessibility of health and social services based on the needs of English-speaking communities. The HPP program proves to be a true springboard of activity as ARC collaborates with service providers, community organizers, and individuals in the Montérégie on community-wide initiatives including a “first-of-its kind” Health Promotion Fair.