- Corporate body
The Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC) takes a comprehensive approach to meeting the needs of English-speaking youth. We refer to this approach as the “Holistic Project.” This approach recognizes that youth have many needs that must be addressed in order for youth to achieve their maximum potential in our society.
BCRC is a growing, resource-based organization that strengthens community capacity by providing professional support to organizations and individuals in need. The Centre is committed to helping visible minority youth rekindle their dreams, and achieve their full potential.
They provide and implement professional innovative support services to individuals, communities, para-public and public organizations. They also develop and run health, education, socio-culture, and community economic development programs
They put emphasize on: infrastructure support and training, prevention and empowerment, a community-building approach, collaboration and partnerships, an inclusive perspective, and support to individuals and organizations.
They offer services :
Information and referrals
Them staff can either answer questions relating to employment, health and social services, or they can direct you to the professional assistance you seek.
Support to schools
Self-development workshops and interactive activities designed for students. Various themes covered such as team building, conflict resolution, self-esteem, anti-racism, etc.
The library contains over 200 culturally relevant, up-to-date documents on various subjects. These subjects include, but are not limited to: education, history, socio-cultural issues and topics related to Quebec society.
They offer advice for a non-profit organization. They can design workshops and sometimes they would be able to provide facilitators. Occasionally they can provide meeting space for others organizations (partners).