Comité des usagers du CSSS Champlain

450 466-5000, poste 3040

 

http://www.santemonteregie.qc.ca/champlaincharleslemoyne/apropos/a-propos-csss/information-corporative/comite-des-usagers.fr.html

Comité des usagers du CSSS du Suroît

450 373-4818, poste 620

http://www.santemonteregie.qc.ca/suroit/apropos/a-propos-csss/informationscorpo/comite-usagers.fr.html


Comité des usagers du CSSS du Haut-RIchelieu-Rouville

450 358-2578, poste 8958 ou sans frais 1 866 967-4825, poste 8958

http://comitedesusagers-hrr.com/comite-des-usagers/ 

 

Comité des usagers du CSSS Haut-St-Laurent

450 829-2321, poste 3401

http://www.santemonteregie.qc.ca/haut-saint-laurent/apropos/a-propos-csss/informationscorpo/comusagers.fr.html

 

Comité des usagers du CSSS Jardins-Roussillon

450 699-2521 ou sans frais 1 800 700-0621, poste 2521

Thttp://comitedesusagers.ca/


Comité des usagers du CSSS Pierre-Boucher

450 463-2850, poste 72119

http://cdupierreboucher.ca/fr/accueil.html

 

Comité des usagers du CSSS Richelieu-Yamaska

450 771-3333, poste 8209

http://blogue.cury.qc.ca/mot/comite-des-usagers

 

Comité des usagers du CSSS Sorel-Tracy

450 746-6008

http://www.soreltracyregion.net/sante/page/sante/s/usager

 

Comité des usagers du CSSS Vaudreuil-Soulanges

514 290-0551

http://www.santemonteregie.qc.ca/vaudreuil-soulanges/apropos/csssvs/userscommittee.fr.html

 

Comité des usagers du Centre de réadaptation en déficience intellectuelle montérégien (CRDI-M) 

450 446-7477, poste 400 ou sans frais 1 866 446-3006

http://www.crditedme.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/D%C3%A9pliant-du-comit%C3%A9-des-usagers.pdf

Comité des usagers du Centre Jeunesse

450 679-5433  ou sans frais 1 800 641-4315, poste15433

http://www.centrejeunessemonteregie.qc.ca/web/_fr/nosServices/comiteDesUsagers.htm

 

Comité des usagers du Centre montérégien de réadaption (CMR)

450 676-7447, poste 2555 ou sans frais 1 888 815-6883

http://www.cmrmonteregie.ca/informations_clientele/comite_des_usagers

 

Comité des usagers de l'Hôpital Charles-Lemoyne

450 466-5000, poste 3040

http://www.santemonteregie.qc.ca/champlaincharleslemoyne/apropos/a-propos-csss/information-corporative/comite-des-usagers.fr.html

 

Comité des usagers de l'Institut Nazareth et Louis Braille

450 463-1710

http://www.inlb.qc.ca/modules/pages/index.php?id=17&langue=fr

 

Comité des usagers Le Virage

450 443-6373, poste 3707 ou sans frais 1 800 363-9434

http://www.levirage.qc.ca/le-crd-le-virage/gestion-de-la-qualite-et-des-plaintes/

 

Comité des usagers du Pavillon Foster

1 877 510-0359  

http://www.pavillonfoster.org/fr-Complaints.asp




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November 30, 2016

Networking, connecting and getting healthy on South Shore!

 

Laughter is the Food of Life, the 3rd annual Health Promotion Fair took place on October 29th in Brossard with 45 kiosks featuring interactive workshops, exhibits, and health related demonstrations. The diversity of kiosks is part of what makes this event so special where there is something for families, children, youth, seniors and the community at large. The main goal of this event was to promote health and nutrition while connecting the Montérégie English-speaking communities to the bilingual health services they are looking for, along with health tips and tools, crucial to a healthy lifestyle. This year’s guest speaker was Albert Nerenberg, an award-winning film director, journalist, entertaining speaker and one of the world’s top experts on laughter. He teaches new laughter techniques to groups all over the world. He says, "If you are what you eat, maybe you are what you act!"

 

This annual event is one of the ways in which the Assistance and Referral Centre for Health and Social Services (ARC) works towards its main objectives to contribute, connect, and share resources and information that supports community engagement and promotes community vitality in a meaningful and timely way. The success of this event is not only by connecting the community to the services but also by connecting the health and social service providers and community organizations to each other, making the fair an engaging networking opportunity that simply brings everybody together. Although this event highlights the vast array of services available it also still shows that there is still much work to do around access to bilingual services.

 

ARC would like to thank the planning committee, guest speakers, exhibitors, and guests, along with a special thank you to volunteers from Our Harbour for preparing the nutritious lunches. The success of the event came from collaboration with our partners and our community.

 

The event was organized by ARC in collaboration with the Montérégie English-speaking Regional Health and Social Services Partnerships Table and is made possible with Health Canada funding through the Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN).


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