The objective of this paper is to describe a research partnership endeavour with five community organizations focusing their work on facilitating the integration of immigrant populations in the Montreal area. Survey data were collected in order to obtain a sociodemographic picture of recent immigrant women (n = 254), their knowledge of Info-Santé CLSC services and their use of those services. Focus group discussions were also carried out to explore the needs of these women with regards to the various services offered by Info-Santé CLSC (n = 44). Among these women, some had previously used the services and others not. The community organizations were the main crafters of this research partnership across the various stages from its inception to evaluation. The success factors of such a partnership are discussed according to human, professional and organizational dimensions.