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Annual reports

Annual reports 2022

Creating a united and safe community by offering outreach street work prevention and intervention services to young people and vulnerable people, and thus weaving a social safety net allowing everyone to develop their potential and improve their quality of life: this is the mission that has driven AJOI for more than 15 years. This mission is the foundation of our organization and is what has guided our daily actions throughout this year.
The global pandemic has given way to an increase in requests for help and problems on the streets. In the past year, we have seen our rate of individuals having received an intervention jump by 46% compared to 2021. Our teams continue to surpass themselves day after day in order to make AJOI a resource for all young people and vulnerable people in need of support and accompaniment. Here is a brief overview of all the work accomplished in 2022 through this annual report.


AJOI is an organization that depends on public donations and government grants to fulfill its mission.

Some of our achievements in 2022


AJOI intervened with 7,881 individuals at risk or in difficulty in the West Island.


AJOI has reached nearly 300 young adults in activities as part of its special Project Cannabis project aimed at preventing the risks and potential harms associated with problematic cannabis use.


AJOI has been present in the community more than 100 times (class tours, kiosks, community events, media presence, tables, committees, boards of directors, etc.).


The participation rate for open gym activities increased by more than 120% compared to 2021.

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