Organised in 1996, Allô prof is a charity that offers homework and schoolwork help to elementary and secondary students for free, as well as general training to adults and parents in Québec. In order to support its mission, Allô prof provides 8 services (on the phone, by text messaging, and 6 online options) involving a team of qualified teachers and an online help community consisting of students, parents, and education stakeholders.
At the Champlain adult education center, the courses are designed for individuals 16 years and over and are adapted to the situation and the particular needs of each to facilitate obtaining a degree. Our courses are held during the day or evening and full-time or part-time.
CHAPOP mainly caters to local youths and to those outside the community (both girls and boys) and parents, all coming from vulnerable families. They fall into two categories: the first one consists of youths (aged 6 to 17) enrolled in elementary and secondary schools and young adults (aged 18 to 30) to promote job readiness; and the second one consists of parents.
The CPE Communautaire Les Trottinettes (Les Trottinettes Community Day-Care Centre) is located in the Verdun borough on the island of Montréal. Although part of our clientele is regarded as socio-economically disadvantaged, the children registered at the CPE come from all social backgrounds. Legally, it is a corporation with five locations in the Verdun borough.