The Jewish General Hospital Foundation’s mission is to advance health care and medical research for the people of Quebec by supporting Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital, a tertiary-care, McGill University teaching hospital.
ORGANIZATIONS SHARE THEIR STORIES
A picture is said to be worth a thousand words. In the case of an organization, stories act as powerful images. They reveal its personality, its audiences, the scope of its activities. They introduce us to the daily life of the organization, its challenges and its successes. Here are the stories of our partner organizations: there is no doubt they will make you feel connected to them as we are.
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From its beginnings as a hospital for Canadian veterans, Sunnybrook has flourished into a fully affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto, evolving to meet the needs of their growing community. Their mission is to care for their patients and their families when it matters most.
The Fondation du CHUS supports the CIUSSS de l’Estrie – CHUS and contributes to the continuous improvement of health care services offered to the population by supporting projects for the acquisition of equipment, research, prevention, training and the humanization of care.
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre provides health care to the people of Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario. It is a level 3 emergency care hospital serving approximately 250,000 people.
On the tip of the toes Foundation helps young people living with cancer regain their wellness by taking on the challenge of an exceptional therapeutic adventure expedition. Guided by experts from the medical community and the outdoors, the expeditions also have the purpose of changing the image of the disease, both with the participants and with the public.
Revivre’s mission is to come to the assistance of people with anxiety, depressive or bipolar disorders and their families, throughout Québec. Revivre also disseminates information, supports the people around those living with these diseases in breaking their isolation, and raises public awareness about mental illness.
JEVI is a suicide prevention centre for the Estrie region, intended for youth, adults and seniors. JEVI is engaged in four levels of action: promotion, prevention, intervention and postvention. JEVI is also a small team driven by a great spirit of collaboration and a concern for offering its best to the community
Created in 2002, Le Centre Philou offers respite services for physically disabled children. The organization offers parents time to replenish their energy while favouring the children’s development from infancy via a stimulating and pleasant environment.
Jeunes en Tête prevents psychological distress among youth aged 11 to 18 in Quebec. How? By reaching out to teenagers in schools through the Partners for Life program, and by supporting recognized community organizations that complement their work. They also create a synergy among all youth advocates and stakeholders in order to maximize joint impact on young people.