Our History


2016
Our peer mediation project “Pour mieux s’entendre” is launched.


 

2010
A cooperation agreement is signed with the Centre jeunesse de Montréal-Institut universitaire (CJM-IU) and the Batshaw Youth and Family Centres.
Our citizen mediation service is launched.


 

2006
Trajet Jeunesse is designated an approved program for community service by CJM-IU and the Batshaw Youth and Family Centres under the YCJA.


 

2000
The Réparado program, a fund for the compensation of victims following mediation, is launched. This program is a first of its kind in Quebec and is also the organization’s first association with the private sector.


 

1984
TCJM is accredited by the Department of Social Affairs.


 

1980
The Community Service Pilot Project is established by the Bureau de consultation jeunesse.


 

2012
Trajet becomes a member of l’Association des organismes de justice alternative du Québec (ASSOJAQ).
Our peer mediation project is launched at Louis-Joseph Papineau Secondary School.


 

2009
The corporation’s name is changed to Trajet Inc.


 

2001
A framework agreement is signed with the Centres jeunesse de Montréal and the Batshaw Youth and Family Centres to review the division of responsibilities between the organizations.


 

1991
An agreement is signed with the Centre des services sociaux du Montréal métropolitain granting TCJM the authority to implement the Alternative Measures Program under the Young Offenders Act.
The corporation’s name is changed to Trajet Jeunesse.


 

1983
The organization Travaux communautaires jeunesse Montréal (TCJM) is legally incorporated.