Batshaw Youth and Family Centres

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History of Batshaw Youth and Family Centres - Montreal

"Batshaw Youth and Family Centres was created by the merger of four Montreal Social Services Centres including Ville-Marie Social Service Centre, Shawbridge Youth Centres, Youth Horizons and Mount St-Patrick Youth Centre."

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Created in 1992, Batshaw Youth and Family Centres (Batshaw Centres) is a non-profit organization that is part of the Quebec Health and Social Services network. The founding establishments - Ville-Marie Social Service Centre, Shawbridge Youth Centres, Youth Horizons and Mount St-Patrick Youth Centre, as well as services offered by the Department of Youth Protection of Jewish Family Services - follow a rich tradition of almost 200 years of service devoted to the welfare of children and their families. Our establishment is named in honour of Manuel G. Batshaw, social worker and renowned activist.

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The 1994 CYC Conference delegation.

The 1994 CYC Conference delegation.