Funded by PSOC? The Program is Changing

Organizations in health and social services in Montreal are getting together for a day of information sharing and discussion about the revision of the PSOC guidelines in Quebec.

The ministry of health and social services is in the process or revising the PSOC program. Although their timeline is fuzzy, the coalitions of PSOC funded groups are getting together as soon as possible to talk about what this could, or should, mean.

April 12th, 9h30-4pm 
Bring your own lunch
au Centre St-Pierre (1212 rue Panet)

Save the date!

The plan for the day includes:

  • how the consultations will work (who, when, how)
  • possible changes to the criteria to be accepted to PSOC
  • the centralizations versus regional structure of PSOC management

Important questions include whether the changes to the criteria would have an impact on already funded PSOC groups or on their independence? Are the old funding agreements being changed? Will contracts include more funding for general operating budgets? Will we be able to get more recognition for the specificities of working in Montreal?

Register online using the following forms:

* Coalition pour le maintien dans la communauté (COMACO), Comité régional des associations pour la déficience intellectuelle (CRADI), DéPhy Montréal, RACOR en santé mentale, Regroupement intersectoriel des organismes communautaires de Montréal (RIOCM), Réseau d’action des femmes en santé et services sociaux (RAFSSS), Réseau d’aide aux personnes seules et itinérantes de Montréal (RAPSIM), Table des organismes communautaires montréalais de lutte contre le SIDA (TOMS)

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