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About

Arrière-plan

Trouve ta ressource is the result of three projects, coming together, to work collectively to improve the well being of Laval youth, 12 to 25 years old, by taking concerted action in health promotion and prevention.

A resource for parents, psychosocial workers and youth

With the collaboration of some thirty multi-sectorial partners, actions are put in place to :

 The goal is to increase awareness of existing resources in Laval and encourage them to ask for assistance if needed.

It takes a whole village to raise a child

These projects are made possible by the financial contribution of various funders, as well as more than thirty partners who combine their expertise in the implementation of a solid and evolving action plan. These partners come from the community, school, municipal and health and social services sectors.

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History of projects

In order to respond to the unanswered needs in Laval, partners from different sectors (Comité régional École Pivot (CREP), Table jeunesse du Marigot/Sainte-Rose) deploy As-tu mon numéro? / Got my info? and Mon ado au secondaire (transition to high school) respectively in 2007 and 2008. Allume-toi (cannabis awareness) is born and starts in 2019 thanks to the funding from the interministerial action plan on dependences (addictions) (PAID) 2018-2028. The organization, ALPABEM is trustee and operator of these three collective projects for youth.

Our projects

Got my info?

Got my info?

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Got my info? promotes community resources in Laval to bring youth to better know services that are available to them, and which are adapted to their needs. Presentations are offered to youth and to professionals.


Mon ado au secondaire

Mon ado au secondaire

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Mon ado au secondaire informs parents and provides tools to youth concerning the transition form primary to secondary school and from childhood to adolescence. Informative content is shared with parents and workshops are offered to youth.

Allume-toi

Allume-toi

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Allume-toi aims to contribute to best practices in addiction prevention in order to help youth make the right choices. Content is made available to psychosocial workers.