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Prévention CDN-NDG and Éco-quartier NDG

Prevention CDN/NDG is a community organization established in 1988 in the Côte-des-Neiges and Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough. The main objective of the organization is to improve the quality of life of residents by offering them resources and tips on crime prevention, home security, graffiti, recycling and other environmental issues in the neighbourhood.

The organization manages many programs such as the Éco-quartier NDG, Tandem CDN/NDG, “Hip Hop You Don’t Stop” Urban Arts Festival, graffiti removal and mural creation, the hypersexualization program, and outreach workers for youth and seniors in difficulty.

 

CONTACT

 

Prévention CDN-NDG :
6767 Chemin de la Côte-de-Neiges
Suite 598 Montréal, QC H3S-2T6
Tél. (514) 736-2732
Éco-quartier NDG 
6575, Somerled, suite 206
Montréal, Québec, H4V 1T1

Tandem (Le Manoir)

(514) 489-6567

 
 

 

 

Éco-quartier NDG: The Éco-quartier NDG works to sensitize NDG residents on how to reduce their environmental impact and improve the quality of life of their neighbourhood. The program offers services and environmental activities in NDG within 4 primary mandates: the 3Rs, Cleanliness, Beautification and Nature in the City. 

Tandem CDN/NDG : Tandem CDN/NDG has the objective of making the neighbourhood secure by offering services to the residents to reduce the risk of criminals acts. The program proposes services like Home Security Evaluations, individual consultations about safety in the city and fraud. 

 

MISSION AND GOALS

Our mission is to provide citizens residing in the Côte-des-Neiges and Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighborhoods with the expertise and tools necessary to improve their quality of life with respect to urban security, the environment and other social issues. We provide outreach services to residents by meeting them where they work, live and play. Our clientele includes and may focus on youth, adults, women, seniors, newcomers, families and populations with specific needs


The organization manages many programs such as the Éco-quartier NDG, Tandem CDN/NDG, “Hip Hop You Don’t Stop” Urban Arts Festival, graffiti removal and mural creation, the hypersexualization program, and outreach workers for youth and seniors in difficulty.

 

PROGRAMS

 

OUTREACH
The mandate of the Community Outreach Team is to create relationships of trust with citizens of the Borough of Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce by providing them with listening, counseling, referrals, guidance and mediation services if needed.
The team consists of three (3) youth street workers, three (3) outreach workers who all work with youth, an outreach worker who works with girls as well as an outreach worker who deals with the elderly.
 

 

URBAN ARTS: Crime prevention through urban arts.
Graffiti: The mandate of our Murals service is to offer the owners of vandalized buildings or vehicles an alternative means to repair and solve the problem of graffiti and vandalism, through the services of professional artists. This section of our Urban Arts program not only adds to the beauty of the urban landscape, it also prevents vandalism. 
HipHop You Don’t Stop: The primary mandate of this festival is to engage at-risk youth from disadvantaged areas of Côte-des-Neiges and Notre-Dame-de-Grâce in Montreal by encouraging their participation in positive alternative activities in the fields of urban arts and Hip Hop culture. 
 

 

HYPERSEXUALIZATION
Hypersexualization prevention program aims to educate local youth, girls and boys, about hypersexualization, exploitation and sexual abuse & violence. This project has been made possible by the joint efforts of Prevention CDN-NDG and the Table de Concertation Jeunesse Côte-des-Neiges.
 

 

FIELDING-WALKLEY
Citizen Mobilization program for the Revitalization of the Fielding-Walkley Area & Provisional Board of Directors of the Walkley Community Centre
 

 

 

Free afterschool workshops

Prévention CDN-NDG offers two youth oriented programming at the Walkley Centre.

Leaders’ Club – Centre Walkley

Aimed at youth aged 11-14, this program involves helping youth develop leadership skills as well as plan activities such as cooking, outings, and other social and recreational activities.

Animated by Fred Clarke (See Bio)

 

Youth Drop-In

Giving the youth in the Montclair-Fielding area a safe place to go has been the goal of the drop in program. They play an active role in programming, whether it be music or fitness or just helping youth stay off the streets

Animated by Ambrose Hamilton (See Bio)


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