Emploi-Québec's mission is to contribute to employment and workforce development and fight unemployment, social exclusion and poverty to better serve Québec's economic and social development. It manages public employment services as well as social solidarity services. Visit the new and improved Quebec employment website at https://www.quebec.ca/en/employment
Each CLE provides resources and services for:
people who need employment or last resort assistance.
employers who have job openings and who have questions about the labour force and skills development.
The organization provides quality professional services to clients to help them enter or re-enter the labour market in order to improve their quality of life.
The Carrefour Jeunesse-Emploi de Laporte provides job search assistance, educational and vocational counselling and entrepreneurship awareness services to young people aged 16 to 35.
The Centre d’Intégration Jeunesse Adulte (CIJAd) provides job search assistance and educational and vocational counselling services to people having difficulties finding a job.
The CISSS Champlain-Charles Lemoyne offers the population of its territory quality health and social services in collaboration with its local partners.
The mission of local community services centre (CLSC) is to provide, to the population of its territory, frontline common health and social services, as well as preventive, curative, rehabilitative and/or reintegration services and carry out public health activities.
ARC responds to the health and social service needs of the Montérégie English-speaking community by connecting the community to health and social services information and resources; by developing and offering health promotion programs and activities; and by collaborating with public and community partners to improve access to services.
Our Harbour provides a caring, cost-effective long-term housing program on Montreal’s South Shore for people of diverse backgrounds living with mental illness. We offer life-management support, links with resources in the surrounding community and individual assistance in integrating with society at large. Our Harbour also educates the wider community about mental illness.
The Foster Addiction Rehabilitation Centre (CRD Foster) is a public rehabilitation centre of the health and social services network providing rehabilitation and social reintegration services to the English-speaking population of Québec.
Portage is a Canadian non-profit organization that helps people suffering from substance abuse-related problems to overcome their dependencies and live healthy, happy, and productive lives.
L'Accès is a local crisis intervention and help phone centre.
Carrefour le Moutier is a community organization contributing to personal development, psychological distress prevention and social inclusion.
LEARN is a driving force for educational innovation and practice. LEARN brings together the expertise and efforts of educators, students, parents and partners in our community to cultivate success for all learners.
The Seaway CLC is a catalyst for community groups to meet and work together, ensuring that the well-being and vitality of the South Shore community is always supported and continues to grow.
The South Shore Reading Council is a non-profit volunteer literacy organization located in Longueuil-Greenfield Park on Montreal's South Shore. Based upon their goal to eradicate illiteracy, their philosophy is to individualize their programs to suit each student's individual needs.
MIDI promotes diversity and inclusion of the immigrant population while aiding in their development and integration into Québec society.
SFIM's mission is to promote social integration and maintain employment for the Immigrant population of the South Shore.
MIRS welcomes newly arrived immigrants to the South Shore, aiding them in their integration into Québec society.
Sino Québec offers services and programs promoting the well-being and integration of the Chinese and Asian community of the South Shore.
The Canada Learning Bond is money that the Government of Canada deposits into a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) to help you save for a child's education after high school.