- Food Security Committee (SA)
MANDATE: Develop a common vision of the challenges in food security and the appropriate measures to be taken.
The committee will support actions to improve food security for food insecure people and households, in line with the Food Security Action Plan submitted to the CISSS de l’Outaouais (Public Health Department) in December 2019 as part of the PAGIEPS’s 13.1 Measure.
- Healthy Lifestyles Committee (SHV)
MANDATE: Develop a common vision of the challenges in healthy lifestyles, and the appropriate measures to be taken.
The committee will support actions that create environments conducive to healthy lifestyles.
A main objective is to make this concept commonly understood.
Some SHV actions are already underway, for example in certain schools such as the ESSC. To avoid duplication, the committee will communicate with the people responsible for the actions.
- 0-5 Years Project
MANDATE: Work in partnership to promote early interventions that may have a positive influence on the child’s development, transition to school and academic success.
The 0-5 Years Project intends to draw inspiration from themes put forward on platforms such as agirtôt.org. The objective is to act on the vulnerability of children in the five development areas identified by the ICIDJE and highlighted in the 2017 EQDEM survey.
The 0-5 Years Project will be tasked with ensuring consistency in the measures taken from early childhood to adulthood.
- 6-16 Years Project
MANDATE: Identify factors that have an influence on the educational experience of young people aged 6 to 16 and support interventions, initiatives, and projects that promote student retention. The objectives are:
- To mitigate the risks of dropping out of school and social disengagement.
- To understand the way various services are organized.
- To document the current status of student retention measures.
The 6-16 Years Project will be tasked with ensuring consistency in the measures taken from early childhood to adulthood.
- 16+ Years Project
Support young people and adults in the diploma or qualification process, in particular by implementing measures conducive to school retention and graduation rates. The objectives are:
- To ease the transition to adulthood.
- To promote post-secondary, vocational and technical training.
- To increase entrepreneurial value and skills.
- To support young people at risk, or with special needs.
- To ease the transition to urban educational institutions.
- To encourage study-work balance.
The 16+ Years Project will be tasked with ensuring consistency in the measures taken from early childhood to adulthood.
- Housing Committee
MANDATE: Support the development of initiatives that can stimulate the availability of accessible, healthy, and safe housing for vulnerable clienteles.
- PAL-SIS Analysis Committee
MANDATE: Evaluate the collaborative projects included in the action plan and the community projects that are submitted by November 1 of each year.
- Strategic Committee
The Strategic Committee, which replaces the PAL-SIS Committee, will be tasked with ensuring that the measures developed through the TDSP’s various tools are followed up on and consistent. The committee will ensure that the annual PAL-SIS review is carried out and that collaborative projects are developed and integrated. This committee’s mandate also includes making political representations when necessary to ensure the smooth progress of the TDSP’s work. This committee will vary; other partners will be invited to join core members as needed.