The RQRSDA has 36 members and thus represents the majority of resources offering supervised access services in Québec.

The Regroupement supports the development of member resources in various aspects of service delivery and management: development and application of procedures and policies related to access to services, quality and safety, administrative management, human resources management and training, and relationships with funders. It also acts as representative and facilitates research and innovation for the benefit of its members.


The current bylaws provide for two categories of members: active members and associate members.

An active member is defined as any non-profit corporation that provides supervised access services.

An associate member is defined as any individual, public organization, parapublic organization, private organization or group with an interest in the RQRSDA activities or that offers supervised access services.

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The role of the RQRSDA is to support the member organizations in Québec. This involves developing and making available various tools, protocols and guides that meet the needs of organizations for the implementation and management of services for supervised access rights. Access the tools: