Portrait of the English-speaking Population of the South Shore : Montérégie-Centre
This community portrait is a project of the Assistance and Referral Centre (ARC) and the Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN), in collaboration with the Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux de la Montérégie-Centre. ARC is a community-based organization that promotes access to services in English through networking; information and referrals; and supporting the development of community-wide initiatives.
The main objective of this portrait is to contribute to a more in-depth understanding of the English-speaking community of Montérégie-Centre, in order to inform future actions. To do so, we present a brief introduction into community development and its connections to health and well-being. Then we provide an overview of the South Shore region (Montérégie-Centre), including some history of the English-speaking community. This is followed by some key statistics on the English-speaking population, using the health territory divisions. Finally we present some complementary information on healthy habits among youth and adults.
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Richardson, Mary. Portrait of the English-Speaking Population of the South Shore : Montérégie-Centre. Community Health and Social Services Network, n.d.
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