The Regina Intersectoral Partnership (TRiP) is a three-component, multi-sector collaborative risk-driven initiative designed to improve community safety and well-being in Regina, Saskatchewan. These components include the 11 and Under Initiative (11UI), the twelve&up Initiative (twelve&up), and the Hub model. By focusing on coordinated service support, reduction of barriers to pro-social activities, and school engagement, both 11UI and twelve&up aim to generate risk reduction, and ultimately reduced vulnerability of children and their families. The Hub model is designed to identify situations of acutely-elevated risk, and rapidly mobilize interventions of support to prevent crises and harm. While 11UI and twelve&up are currently being implemented, TRiP’s application of the Hub model is still in development.

The Regina intersectoral Partnership is a shared commitment by multiple human service agencies to improve client outcomes through intersectoral collaboration, risk reduction, and coordinated service provisions.