Prevention and Education Program

Prevention is without a doubt the most effective means to significantly reduce the risks of abduction, aggression or exploitation of children. We developed, in collaboration with professionals and law enforcement agencies, a unique and interactive education program:

Workshops

Our interactive personal safety workshops are designed for children and youth and teach them how to recognize and avoid potentially dangerous situations.

Our workshops are tailored to meet the developmental needs of the students and cover a variety of subjects such as trusting one’s instincts, creating safe profiles and the importance of developing healthy relationships.

We loved having the Missing Children’s Network at our day camp – they were organized and well-structured. The animators were interactive, dynamic and energetic! They had age appropriate activities and information for the children. The kids were engaged and were having a great time! We will definitely have them back at our camp!

Pierrefonds Day Camps

SHINE program

SHINE is 45 minutes in duration. It is tailored for students enrolled in Grades 5 and 6, and Secondary 1. SHINE is designed to help students build a positive self-image, recognize the components of healthy and egalitarian relationships and learn to set boundaries.

For more information on this program, please contact us at 514 843-84333 or by email:  [email protected]

Seminars for Adults

The Missing Children’s Network also delivers the following seminars for parents, educators and law enforcement:

  • My Child’s Safety
  • Staying Safe On and Offline
  • When The Abductor is a Parent
For more information, please contact our offices at 514.843.4333.
For a number of years, the SPVM is able to count upon the collaboration of a choice partner: The Missing Children’s Network.  The commitment of your organization in delivering quality prevention and education program, is without a doubt, an invaluable contribution. The safety of children on the Internet is a very serious preoccupation for the SPVM. Your safety workshops help children to better understand how the virtual world works and provides them with simple and practical tools that can make a big difference in helping them stay safe. Vincent Richer

Commander, Montreal Police Service

Just like you, I believe that prevention is an indispensable tool in helping keep children safe in today’s society. By teaching youngsters to be more vigilant both on the Internet and in other situations, this initiative spares lives and unnecessary suffering in families and society. For these reasons, this Prevention Program is deserving of all the support in the world so that we can continue to empower our children to stay safe on-and-offline. Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu

Just like the Missing Children’s Network, we are convinced that the protection of children must be a priority in our society. These safety workshops are effective tools in that regard.

André Drolet

President, Info-Crime Montréal

Entrevue à Breakfast Television ce matin pour continuer de sensibiliser la population sur les fugues.

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Interview at Breakfast Television this morning to continue runaway awareness.
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Every year, over 6,000 cases of missing children are reported in Quebec. Runaways account for about 90% of all cases and the Missing Children's Network is working to support children and parents.

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Check out Terry Cutler - The Ethical Hacker special message in partnership with Réseau Enfants-Retour / The Missing Children's Network! Keeping your children safe for the past 32 years!

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Saviez-vous que vous n’avez pas besoin d’attendre 24 heures pour signaler la disparition d’un enfant? Si votre enfant a fugué ou si vous pensez qu’il s’apprête à le faire, n’hésitez pas à nous contacter au 514 843-4333 pour du support et des conseils.

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Did you know that you don’t need to wait 24 hours to report a missing child? If your child has run away or if you think he/she is about to do so, do not hesitate to contact us at 514 843-4333 for support and advice.
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