Creating or participating in cross-sectoral collaborations can, at times, seem complicated. This toolbox aims to provide practical information on the subject in order to help stakeholders who want to learn more or wish to become involved in cross-sectoral collaborations.
Collaboration, consultation, partnerships… This tool will help demystify these concepts and can also be used in your collaborations to allow you to use a common language.
Learn more about the relocation of at-risk youth or youth victims of sexual exploitation, a major issue that requires the collaboration of stakeholders in different areas of Quebec.
This tool will provide you with powerful arguments to convince the various stakeholders from all sectors to enter into a collaborative venture.
Do you wish to collaborate with other sectors? Wondering where to start? This tool covers the main steps involved in developing a cross-sectoral collaboration.
This tool provides you with 11 essential tips to simplify your cross-sectoral collaborations.
The refusal to share confidential data with stakeholders from different sectors often hampers the development of a safety net for youth. This tool explains the problems experienced by stakeholders and provides concrete solutions to respecting professional secrecy.
Participating in one or several cross-sectoral collaborations implies working with different sectors that have distinct approaches to intervention. Learn more about the principal approaches used by the education, community, institutional and law enforcement sectors.
There are a few things we have learned that we would like to share to help simplify the process of drafting a memorandum of understanding. In addition, this tool includes a sample template that was developed as part of the Working Together Against Sexual Exploitation project.
As part of the Working Together Against Sexual Exploitation project, tools were developed to assist stakeholders working with at-risk youth or those finding themselves in a situation of sexual exploitation. More specifically, these tools address prevention and intervention practices that emphasize collaboration and sharing expertise (only in French).
The Resource Guide – Sexual Exploitation, Montreal and Surrounding Areas is a comprehensive but by no means exhaustive list of resources that deal with this issue in Montreal, Laval and the region of Montérégie.