Townshippers’ Association has lobbied in favour of minority-language education and for anglophone representation on health and social services committees and, as a result, the Association is involved in numerous initiatives.
These initiatives include:
In order to carry out its wide-ranging projects, Townshippers’ Association benefits from financial support at the federal, provincial and regional levels. Our funding partners include:
The Federal department responsible for policies and programs related to arts, culture, media, communications networks, official languages, status of women, sports and multiculturalism.
Health Canada is the Canadian government’s department responsible for national public health. The department encourages Canadians to maintain and improve their health and supports initiatives that share the goal of being among the countries with the healthiest people.
Community Health and Social Services Network
The Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN) is a network of community organizations, resources and public institutions striving to ensure access to health and social services in English for Quebec’s English-speaking communities.
Agence de la santé et des services sociaux Estrie
The mission of the Agence de la santé et services sociaux Estrie is to ensure the maintenance and improvement of health and well-being of its people and to ensure that access to health and social services is tailored to their needs. This is done in partnership with schools, community organizations and other concerned partners.
Agence de la santé et des services sociaux Montérégie-East
The Agence de la santé et des services sociaux Montérégie-East is responsible for ensuring the co-ordination of the Montérégie’s network in order to improve its performance and the health and well-being of those residing within its territory.
In keeping with this mission, the Agency work includes, but is not limited to, developing health and social services guidelines and regional priorities; facilitating the deployment and management of local service networks (CSSS); allocating funding to community organizations; and supporting the development of Integrated University Health Networks (RUIS) in the different aspects of its mission.
Secretariat aux aînés
The primary mission of the secrétariat aux aînés is to promote the rights and interests of Quebec’s seniors and their participation in all aspects of community life.
The secrétariat aux aînés plays an advisory role to the government on any matter concerning the elderly, in particular in connection with solidarity between generations, openness to pluralism, and closer intercultural relations.
Secretariat à la jeunesse – Secrétariat à la jeunesse
The Secrétariat à la jeunesse acts as a privileged observer of the Quebec government and assists the Premier in carrying out its responsibilities with regard to youth. It also helps to develop and support youth-related initiatives.