SOUTH SHORE COMMUNITY PARTNERS (NetWork)
visit the Community event link to Find Out what is happening each month around the South Shore...
Should you know of persons or Familes new to our community needing Information ..call or email us
People Knowing People..People Helping People
South Shore Community Partners Network is a non-profit corporation. Our objective is to build and develop contacts and offer networking support to a range the resources & services available on the South Shore in the English-language.
For 25 years we have make this goal a reality through our networking partnerships with churches, community groups and services , education providers, cultural associations, and individuals along with government supplied services. We are improving communications throught our Community Partnerships by providing contact links between the different service groups reaching the English-speaking minority community.
Looking for information on Health issues and community services or Government Services? The SSCP has access to the most requested titles and we can assist you in finding what other publications are available in subjects that would interest you.
The Government of Canada web-site list both Federal and Québec publications www.gouv.qc.ca
During the year we host our NETWORK meetings where the various community groups, clubs, and individuals etc that are reaching the South Shore English speaking community come together to exchange information and concerns.
Visit our web site or contact the SSCP for the types of referrals and services that we maybe able to offer you help. Or contact the Bilingual and very helpful Information and Referral Centre of Greater Montréal at 514-527-1375
For the latest Community Service or program being offered or supported by the SSCP go to -WHAT IS NEW side link
For the latest information on various activities & services take place within the Community go the Monthly Listing side link
For a listing of Upcoming activities offered or supported by the SSCP ..go to the Upcoming side Link
Our SSCP Community Email Newsletter, lists Various Service programs, Area Community services, helps to promote activities and events that are available in English. To be placed on our ever expanding contact list send us a Email
Most of our Contacts are for services within the area serviced by the Riverside School Board- see link for map http://www.rsb.qc.ca/Territory.html
Covering the towns and cities of Delson-Candiac-St-Catherine-St-Constant-Laprarie-Brossard-Greenfield Park-St-Lambert-St-Hubert-Longueuil-St-Bruno-Chambly-Boucherville-Otterburn Park-St-Hilaire-Beloeil,-Carignan-St Jean du Richelieu ....and places in between :)
This web site provides a listing of some of the community services located on Montreal's South Shore.. Contact the SSCP for other types of referral-information that we maybe able to help with. Call-email us for a copy of our Resourse flyer listing access information on different South Shore Community and Goverment services
The Chateauguay Community Focus Group offers the same type of local contacts and information about services, community groups, schools, churches, Health services within their community :Call 1-450-692-2600
FOUR TIMES A YEAR the SS-CP HOST THE COMMUNITY GROUP NETWORK -VISIT THE LINK NETWORK LINK FOR INFORMATION ABOUT OUR NEXT MEETING
South Shore Community Partners
REGROUPEMENT COMMUNAUTAIRE RIVE-SUD
It is with much pleasure and thanks to Ann Vine that the South Shore Community Partners have been most graciously offered the use of office and meeting space at the South Shore Centre for Family and Individual Counselling, 10 Churchill Greenfield Park J4V 2L7 suite 205 .
Email us firstname.lastname@example.org
SSCP is a member of the Québec Community Health and Social Service Networkwww.chssn.org
For information on CLSC -Hospital and other types of Health Services within the Monteregie (South Shore)
SSCP-Policy Statement - Our newsletter and web-site is designed to promote community associations, issues , services and events that could beneficial to the South Shore English-language community. We published this information free of charge and without public funding for community services or fund raiser events. However these events must be inclusive and promote a sense of community good will.
We do reserve the right to edit material or refuse material that we feel is not suitable for use. The information used for our newsletter is put together from community input and research. completely by volunteers (sorry about the typo's) . The information we list is not covered under copy write and therefore we encourage you to reproduced and forward our newsletter for use in other formats, providing credit is given to the SSCP. For more information about our policy you are invited to contact us by email at : email@example.com Thank You