SHINE

Prevention Program for Students in Grades 5, 6 and Secondary 1

SHINE (Self-esteem, Healthy relationships, Independence, No means no, Empowerment) aims to prevent sexual exploitation and is addressed to youth aged 10 to 13. The workshops deal with assertiveness, independence, setting boundaries, sex gender stereotypes, and the importance of developing healthy and egalitarian relationships with others.

The creation of this bilingual and province-wide program was made possible thanks to a major grant, as well as the participation of key stakeholders and experts in the field of sexual exploitation of youth.

Our ultimate goal is to significantly reduce the number of children and youth that fall victim to sexual exploitation in Quebec.

For more information, please contact our offices at 514 843-4333 or by email: c.patenaude@reseauenfantsretour.ong

To register for workshops click here

I think this workshop would benefit all students in Grades 5 and 6, all over Quebec!

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Mountainview Elementary School

At the request of the Sûreté du Québec, the Missing Children’s Network is seeking your collaboration in the search for 17 years old Jessy Céré-Généreux.

The last time Jessy was seen, she was in Saint-Thomas. She could be in the Joliette area.
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The Missing Children's Network is pleased to inform you Shelsy Lavallière Dumesnil has been found and is doing well. Thank you to all those who shared her poster. ... See MoreSee Less

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At the request of the SPVQ and Gabriel Pineau’s family, the Missing Children’s Network is seeking your collaboration in the search for 19 year-old Gabriel.
The last time Gabriel was seen, he was in the parking lot of the Francheville soccer field, near Saint-Anne Boulevard, in Beauport, Québec. Last seen August 30th 2019.

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Mental health is everyone’s concern!

Today is World Mental Health Day and the Missing Children’s Network invites you to join us in raising awareness about this issue.
Many teenagers that run away suffer from mental health issues. Sadly, this subject is unfortunately still taboo.

We need to break the silence. Let’s take a stand and speak up!

As parents, always keep the door of communication open and let your teens know they are not alone. Resources are available and within reach .
As a friend, family member or loved one ... you are not alone either.

Together, let's support this cause!

Here you can find a useful tool to guide the parents:
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The Missing Children’s Network is a proud partner of the Policy on children : Being born, growing up and thriving in Montreal: From childhood to adolescence.

We are the proud recipients of a $43,000 grant from the City of Montreal that will be delivered over a two-year period!

These funds will allow us to empower more than 10,000 students on the Island of Montreal to stay safe online as well as in the real world.

Thank you to the City of Montreal Ville de Montréal for investing in our youth!

To learn more about this policy, please click on the following link: bit.ly/321yIhE

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