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The theme of the 2022 AGM will be

2022-06-17

The Réseau’s Annual General Meeting 2022 was held by videoconference, on June 13, 2022. This year’s theme was: " French Language Health Services in Ontario: An overview ". 

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Réseau members are called to the AGM 2022

2022-05-09

The French Language Health Services Network of Eastern Ontario (the Réseau) is delighted to invite you to its Annual General Assembly 2022. 

The theme of the 2022 AGM will be "French Language Health Services in Ontario: Overview". The event will be an opportunity for ( the Réseau)  to review  the year's achievements and to present the new initiative "Le Réseau à l'écoute". 

Once again, le Réseau has opted to host its AGM by videoconference. We invite you to join us on the Zoom platform on June 23, 2022 from 4:00 to 5:30 pm.

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Visit the AGM page for event details

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More mental health and addiction services offered in French in Ottawa

2022-03-22

The French Language Health Services Network of Eastern Ontario (the Réseau) and Amethyst Women’s Addiction Centre (Amethyst) are pleased to announce a major step forward for French language mental health and addiction services: Amethyst was recently designated under Ontario’s French Language Services Act.
 
This means that Amethyst’s Addiction Treatment, Problem Gambling and Health Promotion programs will henceforth be offered in French.
 
This designation means that more women-identified and gender-diverse individuals will be able to access mental health and addiction services in their own language in Ottawa. These services are free of charge and requests can be made by calling 613-563-0363.
 
Becoming designated under the French Language Services Act is a long-term endeavour as designated health service providers must carefully and fully develop and structure their French language services.
 
Designated health care agencies must comply with a series of requirements that ensure they have the capacity to provide French language services that are available at all times, offered in an equitable fashion, and equivalent to the quality of services offered in English. Designated agencies must also submit a statement of compliance every three years to demonstrate that they still meet designation requirements. As legal recognition, designation is rather like a seal of quality for French language health services.

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2022-02-04