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Family & Corrections Network (FCN)
-Assists through publishing, sponsoring conferences, liaison with other agencies, presentations, and consultation. Has published information on children of prisoners, parenting programs for prisoners, prison visiting, incarcerated fathers, hospitality programs and a variety of other topics.

John Howard Society Of Canada
771 Montreal Street
Kingston, Ontario K7K 3J6
tel: 613-542-7547 fax:613-542-6824
email: national@johnhoward.ca
-John Howard Society has various programs and assists both prisoners, released prisoners and families of prisoners. See individual province and territory posts for local branches and information.

Correctional Service of Canada
Chaplaincy Division
340 Laurier Ave. West
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0P9
Canada
Phone: (613) 996-9580
Fax: (613) 952-8464
E-mail:ChaplaincyG@csc-scc.gc.ca

INTERFAITH COMMITTEE ON CHAPLAINCY IN THE CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA
Elizabeth Martin
Executive Secretary
Mailing address:
CP 25005 succ. Jean Gauvin
Ste-foy QC G1X 5A3
Tel. 418-871-1285 Fax 418-877-4112
rcafd@sympatico.ca

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE CHAPLAINCY
Project Officer
Michelle Landry
Telephone (613) 995-8366
LandryMI@csc-scc.gc.ca

Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies

- an association of self-governing, community-based Elizabeth Fry Societies that work with and for women and girls in the justice system, particularly those who are, or may be, criminalized. See individual province and territory posts for local branches and information

Prison Justice.ca

-Prisoner and prison justice activism in Canada

Books 2 Prisoners
PO Box 78005
1755 East Broadway
Vancouver, BC
V5N 5W1
email c/o: j_effort@hotmail.com
Free books to prisoners

PASAN Prisoners with HIV/Aids Support Action Network

Suite 237-517
College Street
Toronto, Ontario
M6G 4A2
ph. (416) 920-9567 Fax (416) 920-4314
email: info@pasan.org
-authors of 'HIV/AIDS in Prison Systems: A Comprehensive Strategy'. They continue to monitor and assist prisoners with or at risk of HIV/Aids in Canadian prisons.

ILLG Infinity Lifers Liason Group
Dept. Of Criminology, Faculty of Social Sciences
The University of Ottawa
P.O. Box 450 Station A
Ottawa, Ontario
fax: (613) 722-4527

BIFA Black Inmates & Friends Assembly
2518 Eglinton Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario M6M 1T1
ph (416) 652-3131
-The over-all purpose of B.I.F.A. is to develop and implement culturally sensitive release planning, re-integration services and other support services that educate our clients, their families and the wider community.

QCJJ Quaker Committee on Jails and Justice

60 Lowther Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1C7
tel 416-922-6128
email qcjj@quaker.ca
-The Quaker Committee on Jails and Justice (QCJJ) holds as its long-term goal the abolition of prisons.

Centre for Restorative Justice
Centre for Restorative Justice
School of Criminology
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Canada
tel (604) 291-3644
email mlegan@sfu.ca

Bridges of Canada Inc.
P.O. Box 3414 Station B
Fredericton N.B.
Canada
E3A 5H2
Bridges of Canada Inc. exists to minister to the total person by meeting the spiritual, physical, emotional and mental needs of prisoners, ex-convicts and their families.

Correctional Service of Canada-Restorative Justice Portal
Restorative justice is a non-adversarial, non-retributive approach to justice that emphasizes healing in victims, meaningful accountability of offenders, and the involvement of citizens in creating healthier, safer communities.
Crime is a violation of people and relationships. Restorative justice works to repair the damage and promote healing and growth -.important tools in finding more peaceful and collaborative ways of resolving conflicts in our society.
It strives to provide support and opportunities for voluntary participation and communication between those affected - victims, offenders, and community - to encourage accountability, reparation, and movement towards understanding, feelings of satisfaction, healing and closure.

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY

"Sylvia's Place" - Family House
John Howard Society of the Fraser Valley

1790 McKenzie Road
Abbotsford BC V2S 7B7
Tel: (604) 852-1226
Fax: (604) 854-5867
E-mail: jhsfv@shaw.ca
Area Served: Fraser Valley, including the Regional Health Centre, Sumas Centre, Mission, Matsqui, Kent, Mountain, Elbow Lake and Ferndale Institutions.
Service Description: Short term accommodation is provided for families and friends visiting inmates at Federal institutions or relocating to the area. The house has accommodation for ten people and a fenced playground for the children. Families pay a nominal fee per night and are expected to supply their own food to supplement the basic food provided. Visitors are offered personal counselling and assistance with relocation if desired. By reservation.
Children of offenders and ex-offenders are invited to join the Kids Club. The club offers each registered child every opportunity that the Society offers. Each child receives a birthday present, a Christmas present (and Christmas party), Summer Day Camp (ages 5-13), and other special events as they arise. This program is free.

John Howard Society Of The Fraser Valley
1790 McKenzie Road
Abbotsford BC V2S 7B7
Tel: (604) 852-1226
Fax: (604) 854-5867
E-mail: jhsfv@shaw.ca
Area Served: Fraser Valley, including the Regional Health Centre, Sumas Centre, Mission, Matsqui, Kent, Mountain, Elbow Lake and Ferndale Institutions.
Service Description: Staff and volunteers provide information, counseling, some transportation, assistance and support to prison visitors of prisoners, ex-offenders and others in conflict or potential conflict with the law.
Short term accommodation is provided for families and friends visiting inmates at Federal institutions or relocating to the area. The house has accommodation for ten people and a fenced playground for the children. Families pay a nominal fee per night and are expected to supply their own food to supplement the basic food provided. Visitors are offered personal counselling and assistance with relocation if desired. By reservation.
Children of offenders and ex-offenders are invited to join the Kids Club. The club offers each registered child every opportunity that the Society offers. Each child receives a birthday present, a Christmas present (and Christmas party), Summer Day Camp (ages 5-13), and other special events as they arise. This program is free.

John Howard Society of North Island
201-140A-10th Avenue
Campbell River BC V9W 4E3
Tel: (250) 286-0611
Tel: (250) 286-3449
Fax: (250) 286-3560 or 286-3743
E-mail: mail@jhsin.bc.ca
Agency Head: Executive Director, Paul Barnett
Area Served: North Island, Campbell River, Courtenay and Powell River.

John Howard Society - Thompson Region
312-141 Victoria Street
Kamloops BC V2C 1Z5
Tel: (250) 374-3844
Fax: (250) 374-3842
E-mail: johnhoward_society@bc.sympatico.ca
Contact: Executive Director, Dawn Hrycun
Area Served: Thompson Region
Service Description: BC Partner Outreach Program: Victim services for women whose partners are participating in the Family Violence Intervention Program. Support is offered through one to one and group counseling. Service is provided to the women up to 52 weeks after the partners have entered the men's treatment program.

John Howard Society of South Okanagan/Kootenay Region
#201 - 2949 Pandosy Street
Kelowna BC V1Y 1W1
Tel: (250) 763-1331
Fax: (250) 763-1483
E-mail: jhssok@silk.net
Contact: Executive Director, Larry Pearson
Area Served: Okanagan/Kootenay Region of B.C.
Service Description: Support to families upon request.

John Howard Society of Nanaimo
109 Finlayson Street
Nanaimo BC V9R 2P4
Tel: (250) 754-1266
Fax: (250) 754-2340
E-mail: jhsoc@mail.island.net
Contact: Executive Director, Tony White
Area Served: Nanaimo and Area

John Howard Society of Northern Region
1150-4th Avenue
Prince George BC V2L 3J3
Tel: (250) 561-7343
Fax: (250) 561-0510
E-mail: njhs@telus.net
Contact: Executive Director, George Harding
Area Served: Northern Region
Service Description: Support group sessions and Nobody’s Perfect parenting courses.

John Howard Society of North Okanagan/Kootenay Powell River Regional office
4695F Marine Avenue
Powell River BC V8A 2L2
Tel: (604) 485-2436

John Howard Society of the Lower Mainland

300 - 96 East Broadway
Vancouver BC V5T 4N9
Tel: (604) 872-5651
Fax: (604) 872-4165
E-mail: jhslm@intergate.bc.ca
Contact: Executive Director, Kim Capri

John Howard Society of North Okanagan/Kootenay
2307 43rd Street
Vernon BC V1T 6K7
Tel: (250) 542-4041
Fax: (250) 542-3213
E-mail: johnhowardsociety@home.com
Contact: Executive Director, Joanne Crawford- Simpson

John Howard Society of Victoria
2675 Bridge Street
Victoria BC V8T 4Y4
Tel: (250) 386-3428
Fax: (250) 361-4561
E-mail: jhsvic@home.com
Contact: Dave Johnson or Chris Rowand
Area Served: Victoria and area
Service Description: One to One as requested.

John Howard Society Provincial Office
#3 - 481 Head Street
Victoria BC V9A 5S1
Tel: (250) 361-1551
Fax: (250) 361-4383
E-mail: wbjhsbc@islandnet.com
Web Site:
Contact: Executive Director, Willie Blonde
Publications: Provincial newsletter
Service Description: The John Howard Society of BC is an association of nine regional societies operating in 15 communities throughout the province. The society offers a wide range of programs and activities for adults and youths involved in conflict with the law.


ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY


Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver
4th Floor- 402 East Columbia Street
New Westminister BC V3L 3X1
E-mail: shawn@elizabethfry.com
Web Site: www.elizabethfry.com
Contact: Executive Director, Shawn Bayes
Area Served: Greater Vancouver Area
Service Description: One to one counselling, shoplifter youth group.

Elizabeth Fry of Prince George and District
101-2666 S. Queensway
Prince George BC V2L 1N2
Tel: (250) 563-1113
Fax: (250) 563-8765
Contact: Executive Director, Kathi Heim
Area Served: Prince George and District
Service Description: Support to families as requested.

Kamloops and District Elizabeth Fry Society
261 B Victoria Street
Kamloops B.C. V2C 1A1
Tel: (250) 374-2119
Fax: (250) 374-5768
E-mail: efrysoc@mail.ocis.net
Contact: Executive Director, Nanette Quibell
Area Served: Kamloops and District
Service Description: Youth Programs and non-profit housing. Helping people whose touch the justice system.

Central Okanagan Elizabeth Fry Society
104-347 Leon Avenue
Kelowna British Columbia V1Y 8C7
Tel: (250) 763-4613
Fax: (250) 763-4272
Contact: Merrily MacToshe
Area Served: Central Okanagan
Publications: Flyer listing programs.

SALVATION ARMY

Salvation Army BC Pro Bono Program
3833 Henning Drive
Burnaby BC V5C 6N5
Tel: (604) 872-7681
Fax: (604) 299-7463
E-mail: john.pavey@sallynet.org
Web site: www.sallyann.org/probono
Contact: John Pavey, Central Coordinator
Service Description:Provides free legal advice to British Columbia residents who do not qualify for legal aid and cannot afford to retain a lawyer.

Salvation Army Correctional & Justice Services-BC South Divisional Headquarters
3833 Henning Drive
Burnaby BC V5C 6N5
Tel: (604) 299-3908
Fax: (604) 299-7463
Service Description: Court representative and legal advice appointments

Salvation Army Lower mainland Community Resource Centre
3833 Henning Drive
Burnaby BC V5C 6N5
Tel: 604-299-3908
Fax: 604-299-7463

Salvation Army Fraser Valley Community Resource Centre
45742B Yale Road
Chilliwack BC V2P 2N4
Tel: (604) 792-8581
Fax: (604) 792-4286
E-mail: sajcs@uniserve.com

Salvation Army Correctional & Justice Services
33933 Cyril Street
Abbotsford BC V2S 5V2
Service Description: Crisis intervention and counseling, marriage and family counseling, referrals to community agencies and programs, coordinate institutional and community release planning, participation in parole hearings, pre-release counseling, provide assistance with reintegration, visiting families of prisoners.

Salvation Army Langley Community & Youth Resources Centre

8393 - 200 St.
RR 11
P.O. Box 3280 Stn LCD 1
Langley BC V3A 6Y3
Tel: (604) 888-1717
Fax: (604) 888-7121

Salvation Army Correctional & Justice Services
525 Johnson St.
Victoria BC V8W 1M2
Tel: 384-3396
Fax: 384-8412
Service Description: Counseling services to prisoners and support to families of inmates.

ST. LEONARD'S SOCIETY

Assists persons in conflict with the law and prevent recidivism by facilitating member agencies to provide educational programs, industrial workshops, community residential centres and such other supportive programs as may be approved by the Directors of the Corporation. To prevent crime by promoting, developing and implementing improved policies, procedures and service delivery within the criminal justice system. To promote acceptance of responsibility and accountability by persons in conflict with the law, in order to change behavior that contributes to crime. To help the community understand its responsibility in both the incidence of crime and in the manner in which society responds to it.

St. Leonard's Society of North Vancouver

Wilma Douglas-Dungey
Executive Director
312 Bewicke Avenue
North Vancouver, British Columbia, V7M 3B7
604-986-2886
604-986-5339
wdungey@telus.net

PRISON CHAPLAINCIES

Fraser Valley Community Chaplaincy
2467 Pauline St.
Abbotsford BC V2S 3S1
Tel: (604) 850-3869
Area Served: Hope to Langley, BC
Service Description: Provide parenting groups and one to one counseling. Reintegration assistance.

Matsqui Institution Chaplaincy
P.O. Box 2500
Abbotsford BC V2S 4P4
Tel: (604) 859-4841 (Protestant Chaplain)
(604) 859-4841 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (604) 850-8375

Kent Institution Chaplaincy
P.O. Box. 1500
Agassiz BC V0M 1A0
Tel: (604) 796-2121 (Protestant Chaplain)
(604) 796-2121 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (604) 796-4500

MountainInstitution Chaplaincy
P.O. Box 1200
Agassiz BC V2S 4P4
Tel: (604) 796-2231 (Protestant Chaplain)
(604) 796-2231 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (604) 796-1450

Community Chaplaincy
101-20678 Eastleigh Crescent
Langley BC V3A 4C4
Tel: (604) 534-5515
Fax: (604) 534-6989

Mission Institution Chaplaincy
P.O. Box 60
Mission BC V2V 4L8
Tel: (604) 826-1231 (Protestant Chaplain)
(604) 826-1231 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (604) 820-5801

William Head Institution Chaplaincy
P.O. Box 4000
Postal Station "A"
Victoria BC V8X 3Y8
Tel: (250) 363-8585 (Protestant Chaplain)
(250) 363-8585 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (250) 363-0367


CATHOLIC CHARITIES

Catholic Charities Justice Services
150 Robson Street
Vancouver BC V6B 2A7
Tel: (604) 683-0281
E-mail: cfs@rcav.bc.ca
Service Description: CCJS workers meet with family members for support, family and marital counseling. Individual and family counseling available in both prison and in the community.

LEGAL ASSISTANCE

Legal Aid Society Legal Services Society
1500-1140 W. Pender Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 4G1
604-601-6300


YOUTH RESOURCES

Upper Island Youth Services
1455 Cliffe Avenue
Courtenay B.C. V9N 2K6
Tel: (604) 338-7341
Fax: (604) 338-6568
Contact: Rob Grant, Program Manager


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS

West Coast Prison Justice Society
c/o Conroy, Hammond and Company Barristers & Solicitors
2459 Pauline Street
Abbotsford, British Columbia V2S 3S1


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)

Strength in Sisterhood
PO Box 184-3456 Dunbar Street
Vancouver, BC
V6S 2C2
Advocacy group for women in prison

Joint Effort
PO Box 78005
1755 East Broadway
Vancouver, BC
V5N 5W1
j_effort@hotmail.com
Phone: 604.682.3269 ext 3019
Support and advocacy group for women in prison/Joint Effort is an all women prison abolitionist group involved in solidarity work with women prisoners at the Burnaby Correctional Centre for Women


OUTREACH PROGRAMS


"POP" Prison Outreach Program
BC Persons with AIDS Society
1107 Seymour St.
Vancouver BC V6B 5S8
Tel: (604) 893-2283
Collect calls from any Institution in BC:
604-525-8646
E-mail: pop@bcpwa.org
Service Description:The Prison Outreach Program (POP) provides HIV/AIDS treatment information, advocacy and support to Federal and Provincial inmates throughout BC. Each month, POP volunteers conduct regular outreach visits to numerous institutions to provide support to HIV+ inmates. HIV+ inmates may be assisted by the attendance of POP staff and/or volunteers at Parole Hearings. Training workshops on wellness promotion, harm reduction and peer counselling are scheduled throughout the year at Institutions and Correctional Centres. The "POP line," BCPWA's collect-call (free of charge) hot line at 604-525-8646, has assisted hundreds of inmates and their families with support, counselling and information relating to HIV/AIDS and their incarceration.

BCPWA-Prison Outreach Program
1107 Seymour Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 5S8
PHONE 604-527-8605
collect calls accepted from prisoners


IMMIGRATION RESOURCES


Direct Action Against Refugee Exploitation
309-877 E. Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC V6A 3Y1


ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Inside Out
P.O. Box 38042
RPO 794 Fort St.
Victoria BC V8W 3N2
Tel: (250) 480-7480

LINC Long Term Inmates Now In Community
33270 14th Avenue
Mission BC V2V 4Z7
Tel: (604) 820-1015
Fax: (604) 820-2581
E-mail: seflett@moody.bc.ca
Contact: Glen Flett or Sherri Edmonds-Flett
Web site: www.lincsociety.bc.ca
Area Served: Province of BC
Publications: Newsletters 4 times per year.
Service Description: LINC is a self-help group for offenders, parolees, spouses, family members, friends and community volunteers.

HALFWAY HOUSES AND HOUSING

Seventh Step
15577 Kilkenny Drive
Surrey, British Columbia
V3S 6J3
(604)574-3266
Open to persons involved in the Criminal Justice System. Parolees on statutory release and full parole, day parolees, temporary absences.

VICTIM SUPPORT

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY

John Howard Society Of Alberta
2nd Floor, 10523 - 100 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0A8
Phone: (780) 423-4878
Fax: (780) 425-0008
info@johnhoward.ab.ca

Calgary John Howard Society

917 - 9 Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta
T2G 0S5
Telephone: (403) 266-4566
Fax: (403) 265-2458
info@johnhoward.calgary.ab.ca
Programs and Services:Alternatives to Violence Educational Program for Youth (AVEPY), Bedford House (halfway house for special needs offenders, a life management educational program and supervision for federal offenders in the community), Choices Substance Abuse Program, Community Justice Education Program, Crime Impact Program, Drop-In School, Institutional Visitation, Learning Employment Enhancement Program (LEEP), Learning Opportunities Centre, Life Management Program, Literacy Program, Release Support Program, Victim/Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP), Youth Advocacy and Support. Partners with: Alberta Youth in Care and Custody Network (AYICCN), Calgary Community Conferencing Project, Calgary Youth Justice Society, Crossing the Divide (CtD), Support, Advocacy, Friendship, Esteem Services for Teens (S.A.F.E.S.T). Prison services: Individuals incarcerated at the Calgary Correctional Centre, the Bow River Correctional Centre, the Calgary Remand Centre and the Forensic Unit at the Peter Lougheed Hospital are interviewed on an individual basis. Services include counselling, advocacy, referrals and pre-release planning.

Edmonton John Howard Society
#401, 10010-105 Street,
Edmonton, AB T5J 1C4
Telephone: (780) 428-7590
Fax: (780) 425-1549
mcollins@johnhoward.org
Programs and services: operates three local halfway houses and a Satellite House for males requiring ongoing supervision and assistance. Offers anger management courses, employment service and skills, community youth workers, family violence prevention center, intake, victims assistance program, Alternative learning program, public legal education. Volunteers work with adults, youth, victims and offenders. Positions include tutors, leisure and recreational assistants, elementary crime prevention facilitators, youth worker assistants and victim court support workers. Edmonton John Howard Society provides institutional visitation as part of its Intake and Employment service. Staff of the Intake and Employment service visit the Edmonton Remand Centre and the Edmonton Maximum Institution once a week. During visits to the Remand Centre, residents are provided with crisis counselling and emotional support. At the Edmonton Maximum Institution, inmates are offered crisis counselling, emotional support and help with pre-release planning.

Grande Prairie John Howard Society
9909 - 112 Avenue
Grande Prairie, Alberta
T8V 1V5
Telephone: (780) 532-0373
Fax: (780) 538-4931
jhsgp@telusplanet.net
Programs and Services:Anger Management for Youth, Client Services Program, Criminal Justice Education Program, EUREKA Program, Parenting After Separation Seminars (PASS), Re-Integration Program, Renaissance Program (Helping men move beyond their abusiveness)

Lethbridge John Howard Society
Administration Building, Suite B07
909 - 3rd Avenue North
Lethbridge, Alberta
T1H 0H5
Telephone: (403) 327-8202
Fax: (403) 320-6613
ljhsbwgl@telusplanet.net
Programs and Services: Community Awareness, Crime Prevention Roundtable, Justice Education Together (JET) Program, Lethbridge Harm Reduction Program, Post-Release, Pre-Release program, Release Assistance Program. Lethbridge John Howard Society visits the Lethbridge Correctional Centre as part of its Pre-Release services and its Release Assistance Program.

Medicine Hat John Howard Society
#208, 535 - 3 Street SE
Medicine Hat, Alberta
T1A 0H2
Telephone: (403) 526-5916
Fax: (403) 526-4636
mhjhs@telusplanet.net
Programs and Services:Client Services - Clients are assisted through information, support and referral, Community Assessments and Parole Supervision, Criminal Justice Education (CJE) Program, Dare to Care–Bullying Awareness and Prevention (BAP) Program, Remand Visitation and support, Medicine Hat Youth Justice Committee. Partners with: Alberta Youth in Care and Custody Network (AYICCN), Calgary Community Conferencing Project, Calgary Youth Justice Society, Crossing the Divide (CtD), Support, Advocacy, Friendship, Esteem Services for Teens (S.A.F.E.S.T). Medicine Hat John Howard Society provides Remand Visitation. Volunteers provide community contact, information and support to youth and adults incarcerated at the Medicine Hat Remand Centre. Services include advocacy, information and referrals.

Red Deer John Howard Society
4916 – 50 Street
Red Deer, AB
T4N 1X7
Phone: (403) 343-1770
Fax: (403) 346-8740
geoffrdjh@shaw.ca
Programs and Services:Criminal Justice Education, Institutional Services, Student Placement and Work Integration, Victim-Offender Reconciliation, Volunteer Program, Youth Residential Centre. Red Deer John Howard Society provides information, general counselling and referrals to ex-offenders. Also offers a variety of Institutional Services, including parole supervision and community assessments for the Correctional Service of Canada.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY


SALVATION ARMY


PRISON CHAPLAINCIES


CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE


YOUTH RESOURCES


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)



OUTREACH PROGRAMS



IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


HALFWAY HOUSES AND HOUSING

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1820 27 Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta
T2T 1H1
(403) 228-7778
Toll Free: 1-888-996-7778
Open to persons involved in the Criminal Justice System. Parolees on statutory release and full parole, day parolees, temporary absences.
VICTIM SUPPORT

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY

John Howard Society of Moose Jaw
72 High Street East
Moose Jaw, SK S6H 0B8
Phone: (306) 693-0777
Fax: (306) 692-7655
E-mail: moosejaw.jhs@sk.sympatico.ca
Agency Head: District Director, Caroleen Wright
Service Description: Provides assistance to all persons involved, either directly or indirectly, with the Criminal Justice System, on a one to one bases.

John Howard Society of Sask
2332 11th Avenue
Regina SK S4P 0K1
Tel: (306) 757-6657
Fax: (306) 347-0707
E-mail: jhs.sask@sk.sympatico.ca
Web Site: http://www.sk.johnhoward.ca
Area Served: Province of Saskatchewan
Service Description: We provide assistance to all persons involved, either directly or indirectly, with the Criminal Justice System, on a one to one basis.

John Howard Society of Saskatoon

202 – 220 3rd Avenue S.
Saskatoon SK S7K 1M1
Tel: (306) 244–8347
Fax: (306) 244–9923
E-mail: jryan.jhs@sk.sympatico.ca
Agency Head: District Director, Judith Ryan
Area Served: Saskatoon and District
Service Description: We provide assistance to all persons involved, either directly or indirectly, with the Criminal Justice System, on a one to one basis.


ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY

Elizabeth Fry Society of Sask.
230 Avenue R 4th Floor
Saskatoon SK S7M 2Z1
Tel: (306) 934-4606
Fax: (306) 652-2933
E-mail: efry@sk.sympatico.ca
Contact: Staff
Agency Head: Executive Director, Judith Heminger
Area Served: Saskatoon and Area
Publications: Newsletter 2 times per year
Service Description: Women’s Community Training Residence. Court support. Prison Liaison to women at Saskatchewan Penitentiary and RPC. Life Skills and anger management programs. Weekly circles with a native Elder. Program Coordinator to assist women in accessing community programs. One to one as requested

SALVATION ARMY

Salvation Army Community Resources Centre
900 Central Ave
Prince Albert SK S6V 4V3
Tel: (306) 763-6078
Fax: (306) 922-3155

Salvation Army Community Resources Centre
2240 13th Ave
Regina SK S4P 3M7
Tel: (306) 757-4711 or (306) 757-4712
Fax: (306) 757-4712
Salvation Army Community Resource Centre
339 Ave C. S.
Saskatoon SK S7M 1N5
Tel: (306) 244-6280
Fax: (306) 665-0708
E-mail: armyarc@dicwest.com
Web Site: www.dicwest.com/~armyarc/


PRISON CHAPLAINCIES

Saskkatchewan Penitentiary (WOMEN’S UNIT) Chaplaincy
P.O. Box 160
Prince Albert SK S6V 5R6
Tel: (306) 953-8500 ext. 2254 (Protestant Chaplain)
(306) 953-8500 ext. 2254 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (306) 953-6366

Saskkatchewan Penitentiary Chaplaincy
P.O. Box 160
Prince Albert SK S6V 5R6
Tel: (306) 953-2050 (Protestant Chaplain)
(306) 953-2050 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (306) 763-3695

Riverbend Institution Correctional Services of Canada Chaplains

P.O. Box 850
Prince Albert SK S6V 5S4
Tel: (306) 953-8577 ext. 2577 (Protestant Chaplain)
Fax: (306) 765-2511


CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE


YOUTH RESOURCES

Salvation Army - House of Concord

766 Angus St
Regina SK S4T 1X8
Tel: (306) 352-2003
Fax: (306) 352-1688
Open custody for boys/transition assistance/
PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)



OUTREACH PROGRAMS

Friends On The Outside
#115-2505 11th Ave
Regina, Sask
S4P0K6
1-306-546-5441
friendsontheoutside@accesscomm.ca
provides services to families of inmates, ex-inmates, inmates on a release program, and the inmates in the Regina Provincial Correctional Center. Includes support groups, women's groups, jail team, and prayer arm.

IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


HALFWAY HOUSES and HOUSING

Waterston House
Major Wayne McDonough
1845 Osler Street
Regina, SK S4P 1W1
Phone: (306) 569-6088
email: director@sarmy.ca
Waterston Centre is a multi-faceted facility, with the purpose of providing support to those who require temporary, transitional and long-term lodging.

VICTIM SUPPORT

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF MANITOBA

583 Ellice Street
Winnipeg MB R3B 1Z7
Tel: (204) 775-1514
Fax: (204) 775-1670
E-mail: office@johnhoward.mb.ca
Agency Head: Executive Director, Graham Reddoch
Web Site: www.johnhoward.mb.ca
Area Served: Winnipeg and Area
Service Description: One to one assistance. Working with offenders and the community to resolve conflict.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF BRANDON
153 - 8th Street
Brandon MB R7A 3W9
Tel: (204) 727-1696
Fax: (204) 728-4344
E-mail: jhsbrnd@mb.sympatico.ca
Web Site: www.nald.ca/jhsbrnd.htm
Contact: Staff or Executive Director
Agency Head: Executive Director, Mike Cardinal
Area Served: Brandon and surrounding area


ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF MANITOBA
773 Selkirk Avenue
Winnipeg MB R2W 2N5
Tel: (204) 589-7335
Contact: Bev Ozol
Agency Head: Executive Director, Debbie Blunderfield
Area Served: Manitoba
Service Description: One to one basis. Women for Change program.


SALVATION ARMY


SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE
324 Logan Ave
2nd Floor
Winnipeg MB R3A 0L5
Tel: (204) 949-2100
Fax: (204) 949-2110


PRISON CHAPLAINCIES

ROCKWOOD INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
Box 72
Stony Mountain MB R0C 3A0
Tel: (204) 344-5111(Protestant Chaplain)
(204) 344-5111 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (204) 344-7197

STONY MOUNTAIN INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
P.O. Box 4500
Winnipeg MB R3C 3W8
Tel: (204) 344-5111 ext. 5655-Protestant
Fax: (204) 344-7100
Tel: (204) 344-5111 ext. 5656-Roman Catholic
Fax: (204) 344-5482

CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE

AIDWYC Assoc. in Defence of the Wrongfully Convicted
583 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
CANADA R3C 1Z7
Telephone: (204) 775-1514
website http://www.aidwyc.org/
YOUTH RESOURCES

WINNIPEG YOUTH CENTRE
170 Doncaster Street
Winnipeg MB R3N 1X9
Tel: (204) 945-7170
Fax: (204) 945-3112


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS

Province of Manitoba\Manitoba Justice\Publications\Thomas Sophonow Inquiry
Related: New guidelines for use of jailhouse informants


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)



OUTREACH PROGRAMS


MA MAWI WI CHI ITATA CENTRE INC. FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM
600-338 Broadway
Winnipeg MB R3C 0T3
Tel: (204) 925-0300 or toll free 1888-962-6294
Fax: (204) 946-5042
E-mail: mamawi@escape.ca
Contact: Belinda Chrutalo
Agency Head: Executive Director, Jocie Hill
Area Served: Province of Manitoba
Service Description: The Ma Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre Inc. was established in 1984 to provide services to of aboriginal families within the City of Winnipeg. The name, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata is Ojibway and means, "we all help one another" The Centre’s philosophy expresses the vision of healthy Aboriginal community flowing from the values of Aboriginal life.

BRIDGING THE GAP MINISTRY

103 - 388 Donald Street
Winnipeg MB R3E 0L7
Tel: (204) 783-8684
Fax: (204) 772-3603
Service Description: Services to adult offenders and their families.


IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

LIFELINE

Tel204) 956-0261
(204) 344-5111
Fax: (204) 433-3176
Contact: Rene Durocher
Area Served: Manitoba
Service Description: LifeLine is an innovative service provided through a partnership between Correctional Service Canada (CSC), National Parole Board (NPB) and non-governmental organizations. Through in reach and community components, LifeLine assists long-term offenders to achieve successful, supervised, gradual integration into the community. In August 1998, the American Correctional Association recognized LifeLine as a "program of excellence".

HALFWAY HOUSES AND HOUSING

Seventh Step
3590 Vialoux Drive
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3R 0A4
(204) 831-8603
Open to persons involved in the Criminal Justice System. Parolees on statutory release and full parole, day parolees, temporary absences.
VICTIM SUPPORT

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF DURHAM REGION - AJAX
136 Commercial Avenue
Ajax ON L1S 2H6
Tel: (416) 427-8165
Contact: Co-ordinator, Pat Andrus

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF DURHAM REGION - BOWMANVILLE
132 Church Street
Bowmanville ON L1C 1T6
Tel: (416) 623-6814
Agency Head: Co-ordinator: Diana Eastwood

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF PEEL REGION
134 Main Street North, 2nd Floor
Brampton ON L6V 1N8
Tel: (905) 459-2205/5151
(416) 604-8412 (Transportation service)
(416) 604-9058
Fax: (905) 459-4045
E-mail: jhspeel@web.net
Web Site: www.web.net/~jhspeel/
Contact: Kathryn Lynch
Agency Head: Executive Director, Gary Reist
Area Served: Peel Region
Service Description: Services to individuals and families affected by the criminal justice system.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY /CAMBRIDGE YOUTH SERVICES
3-73 Water Street North
Cambridge ON N1R 7L6
Tel: (519) 622-0815
Fax: (519) 622-7043
E-mail: ssherer@sentex.net
Agency Head: Program Manager, Steve Sherrer
Area Served: Cambridge

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF WATERLOO-WELLINGTON, GUELPH OFFICE

100 Crimea Street
Unit A
Guelph ON N1H 2Y6
Tel: (519) 836-1501
Fax: (519) 836-9944
Agency Head: Program Manager, Jayne Matzeg

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF HAMILTON WENTWORTH & DISTRICT

128 Hughson Street North
Hamilton ON L8R 1G6
Tel: (905) 523-7460
Fax: (905) 523-7468
E-mail: duncangillespie@jhshamilton.on.ca
Contact: Ellen Walker
E-mail: ewalker@jhshamilton.on.ca
Agency Head: Executive Director, Duncan Gillespie
Area Served: Hamilton, Burlington and Area
Service Description: Family Support Program: The aim of this program is to assist the family in coping with the problems stemming from the incarceration of a family member. These problems include the shock and trauma of arrest, trial and publicity and the ongoing problem of the relationship with an individual often incarcerating too far away for satisfactory visiting to occur. This program offers intensive short-term therapeutic groups to adults with an incarcerated family member. Family and individual counseling is also offered to those who have an incarcerated family member, or to a family member exhibiting behavior that is disruptive to the family unit and may result in a conflict with the law. Facilities for a women's self help group are provided by the agency for long term clients who have a loved one who is incarcerated.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF KINGSTON AND DISTRICT

771-1/2 Montreal St.
Kingston ON K7K 3J6
Tel: (613) 542-7373
Fax: (613) 542-2733
E-mail: jhsokingston@cogeco.net
Agency Head: Executive Director, Steven Orr
Area Served: Kingston and district
Service Description: The John Howard Society of Kingston and District is a partnership of volunteers and staff whose goal is to help persons in conflict with the law retain their rights to dignity and responsible participation in Canadian society.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF COLLINS BAY
Collins Bay Institution
P.O. Box 190
Kingston ON K7L 4V9

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF WATERLOO-WELLINGTON
289 Frederick Street
Kitchener ON N2H 2N3
Tel: (519) 743-6071
Fax: (519) 743-9632
E-mail: jhsowat@sentex.net
Web Site: www.sentex.net/~jhsowat/
Agency Head: Executive Director, John Bilton
Program Manager: Joan Brown
Area Served: Waterloo-Wellington
Publications: Newsletter for new contacts
Service Description: This program was established to assist the families of inmates incarcerated in federal penitentiaries in Ontario. The program operates on a self help concept with group members providing emotional support for each other. The agency coordinates a transportation program to Kingston area penitentiaries, allowing more access for visitations and thereby strengthening the family.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF VICTORIA/HALIBURTON
201-31 Peel Street
Lindsay ON K9V 3L9
Tel: (705) 328-0472
Fax: (705) 328-2549
E-mail: jhsovic@accel.net
Contact: Cherry Smally
Agency Head: Executive Director, Paula Osmok
Area Served: Victoria Haliburton, Simcoe and Muskoka area
Publications: News letter listing all programs.
Service Description: Housing program, self management, Response men’s group

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF LONDON

601 Queens Avenue
London ON N6B 1Y9
Tel: (519) 438-4168
Fax: (519) 438-7670
E-mail: jhslondon@execulink.com
Contact: Carol Reid, Jina Santos
Agency Head: Executive Director, Lori Cunningham
Area Served: London and District
Service Description: Wives, Families and Friends Program is a program for women and children who have been directly affected by the incarceration of the prisoner. Meetings and individual casework are combined as a helping process to deal with such problems as separation anxieties, single parent difficulties, role changes, guilt, lack of information about the system, family planning and release and reintegration planning.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF SARNIA
300 Christina Street
North Sarnia ON N7T 5V5
Tel: (519) 336-1020
Fax: (519) 336-1046
E-mail: jhsosar@web.apc.org
Agency Head: Executive Director, Frank Stancic
Area Served: Sarnia- Lambton County
Service Description: Family Services: Includes support to family members of prisoners and acts as a liaison with other John Howard Society branches to assist families who have an incarcerated loved one outside of the Sarnia area.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF DURHAM REGION - OSHAWA OFFICE

75 Richmond St. West
Oshawa ON L1G 1E3
Tel: (905) 579-8482
Fax: (905) 435-0352
E-mail: jhs.durham@jhsdurham.on.ca
Web Site: http://www.jhsdurham.on.ca
Contact: Paul Dobbs
Area Served: Durham Region
Service Description: A variety of programs including employment, housing, anger management, and other services.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF OTTAWA-CARLETON
550 Old St. Patrick Street
Ottawa ON K1N 5L5
Tel: (613) 789-7418
Fax: (613) 789-7431
E-mail: jhsoott@web.net
Contact: Staff members or the Executive Director
Agency Head: Executive Director, Don Wadel
Area Served: Ottawa-Carleton.
Service Description: Family Services: Relationships and Parenting addresses communication, problem solving, decision making and negotiation in healthy relationships, and parenting issues including child development. Abuse of Women Partners includes a men's program (targets attitudes, values and beliefs that support abuse in all its forms, encourages men to be responsible and accountable for their abusive behavior, and assists men to use non abusive alternatives. Women's program assists women in their safety and protection planning and provides information about abuse, its causes and effects.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF PETERBOROUGH

305 Stewart Street
Peterborough ON K9J 3N2
Tel: (705) 743-8331 or (705) 743-8471
Fax: (705) 743-8340
E-mail: jhsptbo@ptbo.igs.net
Web Site: www.ptbo.igs.net/~jhsptbo
Agency Head: Executive Director, Theodon Robertson
Area Served: Peterborough and District
Service Description: Family support upon request.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF SAULT STE. MARIE
27 King Street
Sault Ste. Marie ON P6A 6K3
Tel: (705) 759-3389
Fax: (705) 256-1809
E-mail: jhsossm@adss.on.ca
Web Site: www.adss.on.ca/jhs_ssm/
Contact: Staff or Executive Director
Agency Head: Executive Director, Suzanne Stortini
Area Served: Sault Ste. Marie, Algoma and District
Service Description: Northern Treatment Centre, Transportation for families to visit inmates.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF NIAGARA REGION
4 1/2 Clark Street
St. Catharines ON L2R 5G2
Tel: (905) 682-2657
Fax: (905) 682-7881
E-mail: jhsonra@web.apc.org
Agency Head: Executive Director, Jim Wells
Area Served: Niagara Region
Parent Organization: Several Community Agency
Established: 1949
Service Description: Family support upon request.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF SUDBURY

204-208 Pine Street
Sudbury ON P3C 1X5
Tel: (705) 673-9576
Fax: (705) 673-1543
E-mail: office@johnhowardsudbury.com
Web Site: www.johnhowardsudbury.com/
Contact: Anne Godard
Agency Head: Executive Director, John V. Rimore
Area Served: Sudbury and area
Service Description: Family support programs are available upon request or referral Referrals to other external or internal resources are made where needed and accepted. Referral sources include Overcomers of Sudbury, Restorative Justice Committee, (VOICCS.) St. Leonard’s Half way house, and Newberry House.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF THUNDER BAY
202-105 May Street North
Thunder Bay ON P7C 3N9
Tel: (807) 623-5355
Fax: (807) 623-4191
E-mail: jhsotbay@norlink.net
Agency Head: Executive Director, Ambi Chinniah
Area Served: Thunder Bay and district
Service Description: Family support upon request.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF TORONTO

42 Charles Street East 5th floor
Toronto ON M4Y 1T4
Tel: (416) 925-4386
Fax: (416) 925-9112
E-mail: ssilva-wayne@johnhowardtor.on.ca
Contact: Susan Silva-Wayne, Program Manager
Agency Head: Executive Director, Sherry Kulman
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area
Service Description: Family Support Services: individual counseling is provided for family members of incarcerated individuals. Referrals to other agencies are also available.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF WINDSOR

880 Ouellette Avenue
Suite 703
Windsor ON N9A 1C7
Tel: (519) 252-3461
Fax: (519) 252-0439
E-mail: jhsowin@web.apc.org
Contact: Margaret Bodnar
Agency Head: Executive Director, Barry Clark
Area Served: Windsor and Essex
Service Description: One to one and group support meeting. Transportation service.


ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF SIMCOE COUNTY
102 Maple Avenue
Barrie ON L4N 1S1
Tel: (705) 725-0613
Fax: (705) 725-0636
E-mail: efrysc@mail.transdata.ca
Contact: Debra Esteele
Agency Head: Executive Director, Paula King
Area Served: Barrie Region
Publications: Newsletter
Service Description: Stop lifting, counselling, family court support.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY, HAMILTON BRANCH

627 Main Street East, 2nd Floor
Hamilton ON L8M 1J5
Tel: (905) 527-3097
Fax: (905) 527-4278
E-mail: efryham@icom.ca
Contact: Coordinator of Community Service Order Program, Leanne Kilby
Area Served: Hamilton and Area.
Service Description: To assist in the rehabilitation of women and men who have come into conflict with the law. Advice, counselling and guidance.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF KINGSTON
129 Charles Street
Kingston ON K7K 1V8
Tel: (613) 544-1744
Fax: (613) 544-0676
E-mail: elizabehtfrysocietye@home.com
Agency Head: Executive Director, Trish Crawcord
Area Served: Kingston and community
Publications: Newsletter.
Service Description: Family support as requested.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF OTTAWA
211 Bronson Ave. Room 311
Ottawa ON K1R 4P8
Tel: (613) 237-7427
Fax: (613) 237-8312
E-mail: info@efryottawa.com
Web Site: www.efryottawa.com
Agency Head: Executive Director, Jodie Golden
Area Served: Ottawa Area
Service Description: For women and young women at risk (14 yrs and older). Family support program includes information workshops to parents and youth, providing a sharing environment and a peer network for both parents and youth, and facilitates family counselling

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF PETERBOROUGH
483 George Street South, Upper Level
Peterborough ON K9J 3E6
Tel: (705) 749-6809
Fax: (705) 749-6818
E-mail: elizabethfry@on.aibn.com
Contact: Staff.
Agency Head: Executive Director, Brenda Baker
Area Served: Peterborough City and surrounding counties.
Service Description: Family support upon request.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF SUDBURY

204 Elm Street West
Sudbury ON P3C 1V3
Tel: (705) 673-1364
Fax: (705) 673-2159
E-mail: efry@on.aidn.com
Contact: Diane Dicaire Office Manager
Agency Head: Executive Director, Ursula Sauve
Area Served: Sudbury and Northeastern Ontario
Service Description: Assist Women in conflict with the law, target young women (12 yrs) and older.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF ONTARIO

30 Duncan Street 2nd Floor
Toronto ON M5V 2C3
Tel: (416) 585-2842
Fax: (416) 585-9424

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF TORONTO
215 Wellesley Street East
Toronto ON M4X 1G1
Tel: (416) 924-3708
Fax: (416) 924-3367
E-mail: mailto:efrytoronto@idirect.com
Agency Head: Executive Director, Leslie Kelman
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area
Publications: Newsletter 2 times per year
Service Description: Many set programs in place and on a request basis. Community based programs.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF PEEL
#401 - 134 Queen Street East
Brampton ON L6V 1B2
Tel: (905) 459-1315
Fax: (905) 459-1322
E-mail: efry@total.net
Contact: Executive Director, Joan Winchell
Area Served: Peel, Halton
Service Description: Multi-program agency working with adults and youth at risk or in conflict with the law.


SALVATION ARMY

SALVATION ARMY - W.P. ARCHIBALD A.R.C. HALFWAY HOUSE
8151 Dufferin St Unit 1
Thornhill ON L4J 8B8
Tel: (905) 731-2848
Fax: (905) 731-0931

SALVATION ARMY CORRECTIONAL AND JUSTICE SERVICES
355 Church St
Windsor ON N9A 7G9
Tel: (519) 253-7473
Fax: (519) 253-7478

SALVATION ARMY - SIMCOE COUNTY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE
400 Bayfield St
Suite255
Barrie ON L4M 5A1
Tel: (705) 737-4140
Fax: (705) 737-1009

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE
P.O. Box 1146
Guelph ON N1H 6N3
Tel: (519) 836-9360
Fax: (519) 763-6586

SALVATION ARMY CORRECTIONAL AND JUSTICE SERVICES

340 York Blvd., Rm. 100
Hamilton ON L8R 3L2
Tel: (905) 521-1660
Night Line: (905) 521-1664 or (905) 521-1899
Service Description:The Hope program provides a support network for women whose loved ones are or have been incarcerated. Monthly meetings provide discussion and fellowship. Regular one-to-one counseling and support are also provided.

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE
275 Ontario St
Ste 301
Kingston ON K7K 2X5
Tel: (613) 549-2676
Fax: (613) 549-2128
E-mail: sacrc@ihorizons.net
Web site www.salvos.com/kingstoncrc

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE
79 Weber St E
Suite 100
Kitchener ON N2H 1C6
Tel: (519) 742-8521
Fax: (519) 742-5348

SALVATION ARMY CORRECTIONAL AND JUSTICE SERVICES
371 King St
London ON N6B 1S4
Tel: (519) 432-9553
Fax: (519) 452-6306
Area Served: London, Elgin, Middlesex, Huron/Perth
Service Description: Support services for families of the incarcerated. Addictions counselling, positive lifestyle program, court services, institutional chaplaincy, two open custody Young Offenders Units, Community Service Orders, Alterntive Measures Phase I and II.

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE
1140 Wellington St
Ottawa ON K1Y 2Z3
Tel: (613) 725-1733
Fax: (613) 725-9480

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE
184 Church St
St. Catherines ON L2R 3E7
Tel: (905) 684-7813
Fax: (905) 684-4513

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE
105 May St. N.
Ste 211
Thunder Bay ON P7C 3N9
Tel: (807) 623-6285
Fax: (807) 623-4077

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE

77 River St
Toronto ON M5A 3P1
Tel: (416) 304-1974
Fax: (416) 304-1977


ST. LEONARD'S SOCIETY

Assists persons in conflict with the law and prevent recidivism by facilitating member agencies to provide educational programs, industrial workshops, community residential centres and such other supportive programs as may be approved by the Directors of the Corporation. To prevent crime by promoting, developing and implementing improved policies, procedures and service delivery within the criminal justice system. To promote acceptance of responsibility and accountability by persons in conflict with the law, in order to change behavior that contributes to crime. To help the community understand its responsibility in both the incidence of crime and in the manner in which society responds to it.

ST. LEONARD'S SOCIETY OF TORONTO
50 Euston Street
Toronto ON
Tel: (416) 462-3684
slstoronto@rogers.com

St. Leonard's House - Peel
Richard Brown
Executive Director
1105 Queen Street East
P.O. Box 2607
Bramalea, Ontario, L6T 5M6
905-457-2670
905-457-2294
richardb@stleonardshouse.com

St. Leonard's Society of Hamilton
John Clinton
Executive Director
73 Robert Street
Hamilton, Ontario, L8L 2P2
905-572-1150
905-572-9152
jclinton@cogeco.ca

St. Leonard's Society of London

Peter Aharan
Executive Director
658 Little Grey Street
London, Ontario, N5Z 5Y9
519-850-3777
519-850-1396
gallcentre@execulink.com

St. Leonard's Society of Peterborough
Darrell Rowe
Executive Director
458 Rubidge Street
Peterborough, Ontario, K9J 7S4
705-743-9351
705-743-9975
edmisonhouse@on.aibn.com

Larch Half Way House of Sudbury

Vince Marconato
Executive Director
238 Larch Street
Sudbury, Ontario, P3B LM1
705-674-2887
705-674-4312
lhwh@tyenet.com

St. Leonard's Home - Trenton
Denis Acquafreddo
Executive Director
R.R. #5
Trenton, Ontario, K8V 5P7
613-392-7149
613-392-3509
slh@lks.net

St. Leonard's House - Windsor

Skip Graham
Executive Director
491 Victoria Avenue
Windsor, Ontario, N9A 4N1
519-256-1878
519-256-4142
stleonardshouse1@cogeco.net

Dalhousie Youth Support Services (Associate)

Karen Carr
Executive Director
18 Dalhousie Street
P.O. Box 343
Peterborough, Ontario, K9J 6Z3
dyss@on.aibn.com

PRISON CHAPLAINCIES

MILLHAVEN INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
P.O. Box 280
Bath ON K0H 1G0
Tel: (613) 351-8235 (Protestant Chaplain)
(613) 351-8236-Roman Catholic
Fax: (613) 351-8136

BATH INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
P.O. Box 1500
Bath ON K0H 1G0
Tel: (613) 351-8010 (Protestant Chaplain)
(613) 351-8056 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (613) 352-5616

WARKWORTH INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
P.O. Box 760
Campbellford ON K0L 1L0
Tel: (705) 924-8080 (Protestant Chaplain)
(705) 924-8079 (Protestant Chaplain)
(705) 924-2210 (Jewish Chaplain)
(705) 924-8081 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (705) 924-3351

OTTAWA-CARLETON DETENTION CENTRE CHAPLAINCY
2244 Innes Road
Gloucester ON K1B 4C3
Tel: (613) 824-6080 ext. 237
Fax: (613) 824-1297

BEAVER CREEK INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
P.O. Box 1240
Gravenhurst ON P1P 1W9
Tel: (705) 687-1719 (Protestant Chaplain)
(705) 687-1719 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (705) 687-5010

TORONTO COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY
330 Keele Street
(Main Floor)
Toronto ON
Tel: (416) 952-6498 or (416) 762-5567
Fax: (416) 973-9723

FENBROOK INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY

P.O. Box 5000
Gravenhurst ON P1P 1Y2
Tel: (705) 684-4050 (Protestant Chaplain)
(705) 684-4051 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (705) 687-1896

COLLINS BAY INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY

P.O. Box 190
Kingston ON K7L 4V9
Tel: (613) 545-8598 (Protestant Chaplain)
(613) 545-8598 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (613) 545-8824

FRONTENAC INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
P.O. Box 7500
Kingston ON K7L 5E6
Tel: (613) 536-6078 (Protestant Chaplain)
(613) 536-6078 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (613) 545-8823

JOYCEVILLE INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
P.O. Box 880
Kingston ON K7L 4X9
Tel: (613) 536-6518 (Protestant Chaplain)
(613) 536-6519 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (613) 536-6434

KINGSTON PENITENTIARY CHAPLAINCY
P.O. Box 22
555 King Street West
Kingston ON K7L 4V7
Tel: (613) 536-6867 (Protestant Chaplain)
Tel: (613) 536-6868 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (613) 545-8816

MUSLIM CHAPLAIN
148 Sydenham Road
Kingston ON K7L 4V4
Contact: (613) 536-0404

PITTSBURGH INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
Highway 15
P.O. Box 4510
Kingston ON K7L 5E5
Tel: (613) 536-6356 (Protestant Chaplain)
(613) 536-6356 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (613) 536-4149

REGIONAL TREATMENT CENTRE CHAPLAINCY

P.O. Box 22
55 King Street West
Kingston ON K7L 4V7
Tel: (613) 536-6949
Fax: (613) 530-3140

GRAND VALLEY INSTITUTION FOR WOMEN CHAPLAINCY
1575 Homer Watson Boulevard
Kitchener ON N2P 2C5
Tel: (519) 895-8140 (Chaplain)
Fax: (519) 894-5434

COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY FOR WOMEN
#6 Trinity Square, 3rd Floor
Toronto ON M5G 1B1
Tel: (416) 596-9341
Fax: (416) 596-0557

Chaplaincy Manual on Religious and Spiritual Accommodation
Paganism section and pagan prison visitation
www.paganpastoraloutreach.ca


CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE

Assoc. in Defence of the Wrongfully Convicted
AIDWYC, 85 King Street East, Suite 318, Toronto, Ontario,
CANADA M5C 1G3
Telephone:(416) 504-7500
fax:(416) 203-9088
Email:aidwyc@on.aibn.com


YOUTH RESOURCES

COMMUNITY RESOURCE SERVICES
3365 Harvester Rd
Burlington ON L7N 3N2
Tel: (905) 632-6531 Head Office
(905) 849-6181 Oakville Office
Fax: (905) 632-6560
E-mail: crs@globalserve.net
Contact: Executive Director, Colin Dart
Area Served: Halton Region
Service Description: Community Resource Services is a non profit, community based agency that provides a range of services to youth, young adults and their families, involved with, or at risk of involvement with the criminal justice system.


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS

RITTEN HOUSE

157 Carilton St. st. 202
Toronto ON M5A 2K3
Tel: (416) 972-9992
Fax: (416) 923-8742
E-mail: ritten@interlog.com
Web Site: www.interlog.com/ritten.html
Contact: Giselle Dias
Area Served: Toronto
Publications: Mailing 3 times per year.
Service Description: Rittenhouse is dedicated to creating a more healing justice system we do this through public education and advocacy as well as services of victims, offenders families and the community.

WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)

Toronto Rape Crisis Center Prison Project

PO Box 6597, Station A
Toronto, Ontario
M5W 1X4

OUTREACH PROGRAMS


IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



PRISON VISITING AND FAMILY RESOURCES

THE BRIDGE
P.O. Box 37037
Jamesville Postal Outlet
Hamilton ON L8L 8E8
Tel: (905) 648-6879
Fax: (905) 574-0989
E-mail: hamiltonbridge@netscapenet.net
Contact: Program Coordinator, Mary Jackson
Publications: Newsletter 2 times per year.
Service Description: Weekly self help group which women (mothers, girlfriends and wives of prisoners) on family and personal issues, ie; self esteem, coping skills, returning to the community. Education on corrections
and the judicial process. Advocacy program. Visiting families.

CHILDREN VISITING PRISONS, KINGSTON
Tel: (613) 549-1688
Agency Head: Joyce Waddell-Townsend
Area Served: Male federal prisons in Kingston
Service Description: Consults on children’s activity areas and craft programs in the visiting area of federal institutions.

BRIDGE HOUSE
333 Kingscourt Avene
Kingston ON K7K 4R4
Tel: (613) 549-6303
Fax: (613) 548-3674
E-mail: bhouse@kingston.net
Web site: http://www.kingston.org/bridge-house/bridgehouse.htm
Service Description: Short term, low cost accommodations for families of prisoners, counselling, information and referral.


RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT CENTRE

22 Bay St.
Sault St. Marie
Tel: (705) 254-4441
E-mail: April 1
Contact: Staff
Agency Head: Executive Director, Suzanne Stortini
Area Served: Sault Ste. Marie
Service Description: To help at risk or high risk individuals on a one to one bases.

KATAROKWI NATIVE FRIENDSHIP CENTRE
50 Hickson Avenue
Kingston ON K7K 2N6
Tel: (613) 548-1500
Fax: (613) 548-1847
Contact: Healing and Wellness Coordinator, Amy Smith

HALFWAY HOUSES AND EX-OFFENDER HOUSING

Ontario Halfway House Association
224 Cornwallis Court
Oshawa, ON L1H 8E8
Telephone: (905) 571-1999 Fax: (905) 571-6401
1 (800) 698-7489
Email: info@ohhaonline.ca

SALVATION ARMY - BURTON LODGE HALFWAY HOUSE
422 Sherbourne St
Toronto ON M4X 1K2
Tel: (416) 964-6316 or (416) 967-6618
Fax: (416) 969-9717

OVERCOMERS SUPPORT GROUPS OF SUDBURY

P.O. box 271 Station "B"
Sudbury ON P3E 4P2
Tel705) 671-1814

WHITBY AND OSHAWA RESIDENCES
200 Byron Street North
Whitby ON L1N 4N1
Tel: (905) 668-4614

THE PRINCESS CENTRE

33 Princess Street
Leamington ON
Tel: (519) 326-8629

ONTARIO HALFWAY HOUSE ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 34005, Queen’s Postal Outlet
Kingston ON K7L 5R9
Tel: (613) 546-2888 or 1-800-698-7489
Fax: (613) 546-1188
E-mail: ohha@rogers.com
Area Served: Eastern Ontario
Service Description: Women’s only program. Information on parole options, information on halfway house services and programs, information on community assessment progress, information on anticipated placement dates. O.H.H.A. will do what it can to assist the prisoner in parole from the institution to community.

VICTIM SUPPORT

RED CEDARS SHELTER

P.O. Box 290
Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory ON K0K 3A0
Tel: (613) 967-2003 or (613) 967-0031
Toll Free: 1-800-672-9515
E-mail: redcedars@suckercreek.on.ca
Contact: Staff.
Agency Head: Executive Director, Holly Brant-Butcher
Area Served: Province of Ontario and some out of Province.
Service Description: We will provide a safe and secure environment where holistic healing is maintained. We will strive to provide support in a positive, non-judgmental and non-biased environment. The team will aid in the prevention of abused by sharing information and resources to enhance awareness and understanding of family violence.

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

CONFLICT MEDIATION SERVICES OF DOWNSVIEW
95 Eddystone Ave.
Toronto ON M3N 1H6
Tel: (416) 740-2522
Fax: (416) 747-7416
E-mail: cmsd@connections.com
Contact: Michele Sauve
Agency Head: Executive Director, Shadell Permanand
Area Served: Toronto, ON

COMMUNITY JUSTICE CIRCLE INITIATIVE
307 Talbot Street
St. Thomas ON N5P 1B3
Tel: (519) 633-4593
Fax: (519) 633-5592
Web Site: www.angelfire.com/ok3/cjsprograms/justice.html,
E-mail: aa307@info.london.on.ca
Services Provided: Community Justice Circles use a consensus process to include the victim, the offender, their families and trained members of the neighbourhood to help determine alternative solutions in response to the offender's behaviour.

PROJECT RECONCILIATION

100 Sydenham Street
Kingston ON K7L 3H5
Tel: (613) 549-8899
Fax: (613) 546-3611
Area Served: Kingston Area
Publications: Newsletter (2 times per year)
Service Description: Project Reconciliation reaches out to the prison community, ex-offenders, victims and their families.

LIFELINE INREACH - ONTARIO REGION

837 Princess Street Suite 300
Kingston, ON K7L 1G8
Tel: (613) 546-0047 or 1-877-655-1627
Fax: (613) 546-9043
E-mail: lifeline@bellnet.ca
Area Served: Ontario Region
Service Description: Life Line is a program that believes that while the client is responsible for the crime, there are better ways of providing incarceration to the convicted. Life Line inreach works to increase safety for society and to increase success for lifers and long-term offenders. Life line wants to improve current practices and help "lifers" return to society as law abiding citizens. LifeLine is an innovative service provided through a partnership between Correctional Service Canada (CSC), National Parole Board (NPB) and non-governmental organizations. Through in reach and community components, LifeLine assists long-term offenders to achieve successful, supervised, gradual integration into the community. In August 1998, the American Correctional Association recognized LifeLine as a "program of excellence".

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ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY

SOCIÉTÉ ELIZABETH FRY DU QUÉBEC
5105, Chemin de la côte Saint-Antoine
Montréal, QC H4A 1N8
Téléphone: (514) 489-2116
Télécopieur: (514) 489-2598
Courriel: elizabethfryqc@dania.com
Site web: www.elizabethfry.qc.ca
Services: Programme mère-enfant.

SALVATION ARMY

ARMÉE DU SALUT
CENTRE DE RESSOURCES COMMUNAUTAIRES

6735, Boul. Pie IX
Montréal QC HIX 2C7
Téléphone: (514) 254-8731 ou (514) 722-8534
Télécopieur: (514) 254-2065
Directeur: Serge Brunet
Adjointe au directeur: Yvette Brunet
Programme ECOPE (Entre-Aide Communautaire Oeuvrant en Projet d'Équipe), soutien aux familles, camp d'été pour enfants 6-12 ans. Thérapies offertes en français et en anglais.


PRISON CHAPLAINCIES


ST. LEONARD'S SOCIETY

Assists persons in conflict with the law and prevent recidivism by facilitating member agencies to provide educational programs, industrial workshops, community residential centres and such other supportive programs as may be approved by the Directors of the Corporation. To prevent crime by promoting, developing and implementing improved policies, procedures and service delivery within the criminal justice system. To promote acceptance of responsibility and accountability by persons in conflict with the law, in order to change behavior that contributes to crime. To help the community understand its responsibility in both the incidence of crime and in the manner in which society responds to it.

MAISON ST-LÉONARD'S
5262, rue Notre-Dame Ouest
Montréal, QC H4C 1T5
Téléphone: (514) 932-7188
Télécopieur: (514) 932-6668
Directeur Clinique: Daniel Alain
L'objectif principal de la maison est d'assurer une libération structurée aux détenus libérés des pénitenciers fédéraux/Structured release program for male federal offenders.

Waseskun House (Associate)

Stan Cudek
Executive Director
P.O. Box 1059
Kahnawake, Quebec, J0L 1B0
514-344-3378
514-322-7246
webmaster@waseskun.net

CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE


YOUTH RESOURCES


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)



OUTREACH PROGRAMS

MAISON RADISSON

962, Ste-Geneviève C.P 1075
Trois-Rivières QC G9A 5K4
Téléphone: (819) 379-3598
Directeur: Daniel Bellemare
Martine Barrette: Coordonnatrice du Progamme ``Grandir sainement avec un père détenu``
Mission: Promouvoir une relation harmonieuse entre père détenu et enfant/Building a healthy relationship between an incarcerated father and child.

OPTION-VIE/LIFELINE

5262, Notre-Dame ouest
Montréal QC H4C 1T5
Téléphone: (514) 932-9938
Télécopieur: (514) 932-6668
Courriel: maisoncrossroads@qc.aibn.com
Soutien aux détenus condamnés à perpétuité. Support for inmates serving a life sentence.

SERVICE OXYGÈNE

5262, Notre-Dame ouest
Montréal QC H4C 1T5
Téléphone: (514) 932-9938
Télécopieur: (514) 932-6668
Courriel: maisoncrossroads@qc.aibn.com
Service aux détenus ou ex-détenus âgés. Help for elderly paroled or incarcerated inmates.


IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



PRISON VISITING AND FAMILY RESOURCES


RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

LITTLE BURGANDY EMPLOYMENT CENTER

753, des Seigneurs
Montréal QC H3J 1Y2
Coordinator: Cheryl McGrath
Telephone: (514) 989-1662
Fax: (514) 989-2155
E-mail: lbec02@yahoo.com
Job search program, French and computer classes, employment counselor.

YMCA SERVICE AIDE EMPLOI

1440, rue Stanley,
Montréal QC H3A1P7
Téléphone: (514) 849-8393, poste 737
Télécopieur: (514) 849-2411
Coordonnatrice: Diane Lesveque

CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES

1857, Maisonneuve Ouest
Montréal QC H3H 1J9
Telephone: (514) 937-5351
Email: ccscomm@cam.org
Web site: www.ccs-montreal.org
Coordinator Adult Support Services: Gayle Cassey
Services: support and parenting groups.

CENTRE DE JOUR L'ESPADRILLE DU YMCA
L'ESPADRILLE DAY CENTER BILINGUAL SERVICES BILINGUES
1440, rue Stanley, 6e étage
Montréal QC H3A1P7
Téléphone: (514) 849-8393, poste 725
Télécopieur: (514) 849-2411
Site web: www.ymcamontreal.qc.ca
Programme de jour unique s'adressant aux délinquants de juridiction provinciale désirant réintégrer leur milieu/Unique program for provincial offenders wanting to reintegrate their community.

HALFWAY HOUSES AND EX-OFFENDER HOUSING

MAISON ST-ANTOINE
4121, rue St-Antoine Ouest
Montréal QC H4C 1C2
Téléphone: (514) 939-1177
Télécopieur: (514) 939-5433
Centre de traitement pour toxicomanes. Thérapie familiale/Treatment center for substance abuse. Family therapy.

Seventh Step
6600 - Cote des Neiges #225
Montreal, Quebec
H3S 2A9
(514) 735 - 2516
Open to persons involved in the Criminal Justice System. Parolees on statutory release and full parole, day parolees, temporary absences.
VICTIM SUPPORT


RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
CENTRE DE SERVICE DE JUSTICE RÉPARATRICE
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE CENTER
1214, rue du Fort
Montréal, QC. H3H 2B3
Mylène Melançon
Téléphone: (514) 933-3737
Courriel: csjr@qc.aira.com
Médiation. Rencontres détenus/victimes et détenus/familles. Victim offender program.

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY - SAINT JOHN BRANCH

68 Carleton Street
Saint John NB E2L 2Z4
Tel: (506) 643-2000
Fax: (506) 652-3081
E-mail: mcafee@nbnet.nb.ca
Contact: Margo Savoy
Agency Head: Executive Director, William Bastarache
Area Served: Saint John and surrounding areas
Service Description: A self help group for families of inmates. Regular meetings are held to discuss common problems and receive group support. Special events are held in the form of parties, coffee clubs, flea markets and raffles to fund trips to federal penitentiaries to visit loved ones.

JOHN HOWARD COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL CENTRE INC. - HART HOUSE.

120 Carleton Street
Saint John NB E2L 2Z7
Tel: (506) 643-2013
E-mail: jhshart@nbnet.ca
Main office: macaffe@nbnet.ca
Agency Head: Mike Gravel, Case Worker. Ron Hines,. Parole Case Worker.
Service Description: To help put trust back in the families.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF MONCTON
128 Highfield Street
Moncton NB E1C 8N8
Tel: (506) 854-3499
Fax: (506) 854-2057
E-mail: jhsmctn@nbnet.nb.ca
Contact: Claudette LeBlanc
Agency Head: Executive Director, Joanne Murray
Area Served: Moncton Region
Service Description: Family support as requested. Referrals to other agencies in the region.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY-PROVINCIAL DIRECTOR
5-618 Queen Street
Fredericton NB E3B 1C2
Tel: (506) 457-9810
Fax: (506) 457-9810
E-mail: jhsnb@nbnet.ca
Web Site: www.nald.ca/jhsnb.htm
Contact: Any staff member.
Agency Head: Executive Director, Brian Saunders
Area Served: Province of New Brunswick
Service Description: Referrals and family support as requested.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF FREDERICTON
108 Smythe Street
2nd Floor
Fredericton NB E3B 3C4
Tel: (506) 450-2750
Fax: (506) 444-0081
E-mail: jhsf@nb.aibn.com
Web Site: www.nald.ca/jhsfred.htm
Contact: Staff or Executive Director
Agency Head: Executive Director, Valarie MacCullam
Area Served: Fredericton and area (Perth, Minto, Fredericton Junction)
Publications: Flyer updated quarterly.
Service Description: "Families Doing Time" program. Low cost transportation service to federal institutions.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF SAINT JOHN

P.O. Box
Saint John NB E2J 4M1
Tel: (506) 635-8851
Fax: (506) 635-8851
E-mail: efry@nb.aibn.com
Contact: Marianna Stack
Area Served: Province of New Brunswick
Service Description: Counselling, Family Addictions Recovery, shoplifting program and liaison with local schools.

ELIZABETH FRY OF NEW BRUNSWICK
39 McDougall Avenue
Moncton NB E1C 6B1
Tel: (506) 855-7781
Fax: (506) 855-1739
Agency Head: Executive Director, Jean Steves
Area Served: New Brunswick
Service Description: Family support as requested.


SALVATION ARMY

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE

36 James St
Saint John NB E2L 1V3
Tel: (506) 634-7021

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE

68 Gordon St
Moncton NB E1C 8P6
Tel: (506) 853-8887
Fax: (506) 383-1585


PRISON CHAPLAINCIES

ATLANTIC INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY

CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA
3175 Route 8, P.O. Box 102
Renous NB E9E 2E1
Tel: (506) 623-4007 (Protestant Chaplain)
(506) 623-4015 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (506) 623-4017

WESTMORLAND INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA
P.O. Box 130
Dorchester NB E0A 1M0
Tel: (506) 379-4588 (Protestant Chaplain)
(506) 379-4589 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
(506) 379-2471 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (506) 379-4629 or (506) 379-6236

DORCHESTER INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA
P.O. Box "A"
Dorcherster NB E0A 1M0
Tel: (506) 379-4101 (Protestant Chaplain)
(506) 379-4588 (Protestant Chaplain)
(506) 379-4101 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (506) 379-4204 or (506) 379-6236

CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE


YOUTH RESOURCES


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)



OUTREACH PROGRAMS

SAINT JOHN COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY

36 Swell Street
Saint John NB E2L 3A2
Tel: (506) 634-8218

MONCTON COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY
154 Queen Street
Moncton NB E1C 1K8
Tel: (506) 851-6384
Fax: (506) 855-4116
E-mail: comchap@nb.sympatico.ca
Web Site: www.geocities.com/Athens/agoro/2735

BRIDGES OF CANADA
Formerly "CONS FOR CHRIST"
P.O. Box 3414
Station "B"
Fredericton NB E3B 4Z9
Tel: (506) 443-9960
Fax: (506) 443-9969
Web Site: www.bridgesofcanada.com

NORTHWEST NEW BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY
430 Broadway Blved.
P.O. Box 815
Grand Falls NB E3Z 1E8
Tel: (506) 473-6860

ACTION MINISTRIES
Seal Come
Grand Manan NB E0G 3B0
Tel: (506) 662-3061

FREDERICTON COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY
P.O. Box 3414
Station "A"
Fredericton NB E3B 5H2
Tel: (506) 450-9744
(506) 443-9960 (for female offenders)
Web Site: www.bridgesofcanada.com


IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


HALFWAY HOUSES


VICTIM SUPPORT

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

P.O. Box 1211
Charlottetown P.E.I C1A 7M8
Tel: (902) 566-5425
Fax: (902) 628-6842
Agency Head: Executive Director, Donna Hartley
Area Served: Province of P.E.I.
Service Description: Family support upon request.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY


SALVATION ARMY

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE

Address:203 Fitzroy St
Charlottetown P.E.I. C1A 1S5


PRISON CHAPLAINCIES


CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE


YOUTH RESOURCES


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)



OUTREACH PROGRAMS

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY

Ste 1, 102 Queen Street
Charlottetown P.E.I. C1A 4B1
Tel: (902) 892-0179


IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

CHURCH ARMY

P.O. Box 2710
Charlottetown P.E.I C1A 8C3
Tel: (902) 368-4590
Services: Provides release planning and referral to local support services

HALFWAY HOUSES


VICTIM SUPPORT

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY ALTERNATIVE MEASURES PROGRAM

2020 Queen St.
P.O. Box 909
Westville NS B0K 2A0
Tel: (902) 396-1999
Fax: (902) 396-1109
E-mail: b.l.b@ns.sympatico.ca
Agency Head: Co-ordinator, Linda Watters

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF NOVA SCOTIA - CAPE BRETON BRANCH
106 Townsend Street, Office #1
Sydney NS B1P 5E1
Tel and Fax: (902) 562-6341
E-mail: dflewis@auracom.com
Contact: Criminal Justice Educator, Diane Lewis

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF NOVA SCOTIA

220 - 1657 Barrington Street
Halifax NS B3J 2A1
Tel: (902) 422-2640
Fax: (902) 492-1469
E-mail: jhsns@navnet.net
Agency Head: Executive Director, Paul Gallagher
Area Served: Halifax and Area
Publications: Flyer
Service Description: Parenting program for fathers, free transportation to Institutions.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF NOVA SCOTIA - VALLEY BRANCH

c/o 220-1657 Barrington St
Halifax NS B3J 2A1
Tel: (902) 422-2640
Agency Head: Parole Supervisor, Allan Baggio

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF CAPE BRETON

50 Bentinck Street
Sydney Nova Scotia B1P 1G6
Tel: (902) 539-6165
Fax: (902) 455-5913
E-mail: efrycb@atcon.com
Contact: Staff
Agency Head: Executive Director, Darlene MacEachern
Area Served: Cape Breton
Service Description: Family programs, one to one family support.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF MAINLAND NOVA SCOTIA

217 - 2786 Agricola Street
Halifax NS B3K 4E1
Tel: (902) 454-5041
Fax: (902) 455-5913
E-mail: efrymain@ns.sympatico.ca
Contact: Program Co-ordinator, Jeanette Milley
Agency Head: Executive Director, Laurie Ehler
Publications: Newsletter (3 times per year)
Service Description: Parenting Program, One to one programs, Women’s Employment Outreach Centre.


SALVATION ARMY

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE

1329 Barrington St.
Halifax NS B3J 1Y9
Tel: (902) 429-6120
Fax: (902) 429-6069
E-mail: crc.halifax@ns.sympatico.ca

ST. LEONARD’S SOCIETY

Assists persons in conflict with the law and prevent recidivism by facilitating member agencies to provide educational programs, industrial workshops, community residential centres and such other supportive programs as may be approved by the Directors of the Corporation. To prevent crime by promoting, developing and implementing improved policies, procedures and service delivery within the criminal justice system. To promote acceptance of responsibility and accountability by persons in conflict with the law, in order to change behavior that contributes to crime. To help the community understand its responsibility in both the incidence of crime and in the manner in which society responds to it.

GENESIS LIFE LINE SERVICE OF THE ST. LEONARD’S SOCIETY OF NOVA SCOTIA
2581 Brunswick St.
Halifax NS B3K 2Z5
Tel: (902) 422-2046
Fax: (902) 423-4491
E-mail: genesislife@sprint.ca

St. Leonard's Society of Nova Scotia

Jerry Smyth
Executive Director
603 - 45 Alderney Dr.
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, B2Y 2N6
902-463-2574
902-461-2619
saintlen99@hotmail.com


PRISON CHAPLAINCIES

NOVA INSTITUTION FOR WOMEN CHAPLAINCY

CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA
180 James Street
Truro NS B2N 6R8
Tel: (902) 897-1750 (Protestant Chaplain)
Fax: (902) 897-1759
SPRINGHILL INSTITUTION CHAPLAINCY
CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA
P.O. Box 2140
Springhill NS B0M 1X0
Tel: (902) 597-8651 ext. 364 (Protestant Chaplain)
(902) 597-8651 ext. 260 (Roman Catholic Chaplain)
Fax: (902) 597-3888

CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE


YOUTH RESOURCES


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)



OUTREACH PROGRAMS

HALIFAX/DARTMOUTH DISTRICT COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY

1888 Brunswick Street
Ste. 605
Halifax NS B3J 2G7
Tel: (902) 426-3408
Fax: (902) 426-8000

DAYBREAK PRISON MINISTRY
P.O. Box 877
New Glasgow NS B2H 5K7
Tel: (902) 755-6766

HAVEN MINISTRIES
P.O. Box 94
Aylesford NS B0P 1C0
Tel: (902) 765-0069


IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


PRISON VISITING AND FAMILY RESOURCES

SPRING HOUSE
261 McGee Street
Springhill NS B0M 1X0
Tel: (902) 597-8851
Contact:Christina Doyle

HALFWAY HOUSES AND HOUSING

Seventh Step
P.O. Box 5152
Armdale, Nova Scotia
B3L 4M7
(902) 465-2104
Open to persons involved in the Criminal Justice System. Parolees on statutory release and full parole, day parolees, temporary absences.

VICTIM SUPPORT

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
WEST COAST COUNCIL

149 Montan Dr. 2n Floor
Stephenville NF A2N 2T4
Tel: (709) 643-5894
Fax: (709) 643-9160
E-mail: jhsociety@nf.sympatico.ca
Agency Head: Executive Director, Albert Stewart
Area Served: West Coast Council
Service Description: One to one family support as requested.

JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
426 Water Street
St. John's NF A1C 3V7
Tel: (709) 726-5500
Fax: (709) 726-5509
E-mail: johnhoward@firstcity.net
Agency Head: Executive Director, Terry Carlson
Web Site: www.johnhoward.nf.ca
Contact: Valary Corcoran
Area Served: Newfoundland and Labrador
Service Description: Prison Liaison/Family Services Worker visits the mainland federal institutions 3-4 times per year and provides services to approximately 250 Newfoundlanders incarcerated at Dorchester,Westmorland, Renous and Springhill Institutions. The program also provides services to these families of inmates, helps facilitate pre-release planning, and provides follow-up counselling services.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
83 Military Road
St. John’s NF A1C 2C8
Tel: (709) 753-0220
Fax: (709) 753-3817


SALVATION ARMY

SALVATION ARMY COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SERVICES
21 Adams Ave.
St. John's NF A1C 4Z1
Tel: (709) 726-0393
Fax: (709) 576-7034

PRISON CHAPLAINCIES


CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE

LABRADOR LEGAL SERVICES

217 Hamilton River Road
Happy Valley - Goose Bay,
Labrador, NF A0P 1E0
P.O. Box 899, Station B
Tel: (709) 896-2919
Fax: (709) 896-2588

YOUTH RESOURCES

Youth Aftercare Program

49 Canada Drive
St. John's, NF
A1E 4H3
TEL: (709) 364-6915
FAX: 722-2414
CONTACT PERSON: Edwina McCarthy, Co-ordinator
The youth program's main group are young offenders: youth between the ages of 12 & 18. The program endeavors to address a youth's needs while he/she is in custody. However, the major thrust is to provide follow-up services to the individual and his/her family once the young offender is released. Referral sources include the Newfoundland and Labrador Youth Centre, Youth Assessment Centre, the Home for Youth, Community Custody Homes, Department of Social Services and self-referrals.

The Loretta Bartlett Home for Youth, Corner Brook
278 Curling Street
P.O. Box 651
Corner Brook, NL
A2H 6G1
TEL: (709) 785-7656
CONTACT PERSON
Email: Rosemary Mullins
Loretta Bartlett Home for Youth Is a community based group home which provides support for six young offenders (male and female) who are referred by Health and Community Services under the Open Custody provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)



OUTREACH PROGRAMS

121 PRISON VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
Carolyn Hapgood & Robert Twigg
TEL: (709) 739-7953
FAX: 739-4999
The purpose of the program is to offer support to prisoners during and after their imprisonment through contact with "friendship volunteers " from outside H.M. Penitentiary. This is on a one-to-one basis, hence the name "121".

SAINT JOHN’S METRO COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY
141 Duckworth Street
P.O. Box 1572
St. John’s Newfoundland A1C 5P3
Tel: (709) 754-1010

IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



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RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Outreach Ex-Offender Outreach Employment-St John's
426 Water St. St. John's, NF
A1C 1E2
TEL: (709) 726-5542
FAX: 726-5509
CONTACT PERSON: Michelle Park
Email: jhsnl@firstcity.net
Pre-employment and career counselling to clients seeking re-entry to labour market or vocational institutions. Focus is placed on job search techniques, resume writing skills, and interview preparation strategies. Information concerning labour market trends, educational programs and funding and bonding are also available. Referrals to other agencies are made as needed.
Considerable emphasis is placed on assisting incarcerated inmates plan for realistic employment and educational goals upon their release.

Outreach Ex-Offender Outreach Employment-Stephenville
129 Montana Drive
Stephenville, NF
A2N 2T4
TEL: (709) 643-5894
FAX: 643-9160
CONTACT PERSON: Simone Kendall
Pre-employment and career counselling to clients seeking re-entry to labour market or vocational institutions. Focus is placed on job search techniques, resume writing skills, and interview preparation strategies. Information concerning labour market trends, educational programs and funding and bonding are also available. Referrals to other agencies are made as needed.
Considerable emphasis is placed on assisting incarcerated inmates plan for realistic employment and educational goals upon their release.

Computer Based Integrated Learning Program and Literacy Program
7 Garrison Hill
St. John's, NL
Canada
A1C 3Y7
Phone: 709-722-4514
Fax: 709-722-2414
Email:rpenny@nf.sympatico.ca
The program's goal is to raise the levels of basic literacy, academic upgrading and job skills for inmates in Provincial Correctional Centers and ex-offenders in the community.

LE MARCHANT HOUSE
192 Le Marchant Rd.
St. John's NF A1C 5B8
Tel: (709) 778-3622
Fax: (709) 778-3654

LEARNING RESOURCES PROGRAM
426A Water Street
St. John's NF A1C 1E2
Tel: (709) 726-5566
Fax: (709) 726-5508
Agency Head: Executive Director, Tom Mahone
The Learning Resources Program (LRP) provides program opportunities (group and individual counselling) for offenders on Electronic Monitoring, various Early Release programs, Conditional Sentences and Probation. An assessment by the staff of the LRP will determine eligibility for the program as well as the length, type and intensity of intervention.
At present, this program primarily serves Provincial offenders.

CBIP Community Based Intervention Program
Nadine Brennan - Director
129 Montana Drive
Stephenville, NF
A2N 2T4
Phone: (709)643-9450
Fax: (709) 643-9160
The Community Based Intervention Program (CBIP) provides group and individual counselling opportunities for offenders on Electronic Monitoring, Early Release Programs, Conditional Sentences and Probation. Eligibility for this Program is determined by an assessment completed by CBIP staff.
At present, this program primarily serves Provincial offenders.

C-STEP Program
0 Harvey Road
St. John's, NL
A1C 2G1
Phone: (709) 739-7953
Fax: (709) 739-4999
Email: C-Step
C-STEP Program provides a range of services to offenders and ex-offenders in the St. John's area who need support to make changes in their lifestyle and approach to everyday problems. This community-based, non-profit program utilizes a variety of group and individual training approaches as well as follow-up services. These interventions aim to provide participants with essential skills necessary for successful community living.


PRISON VISITING AND FAMILY RESOURCES

NATIVE FRIENDSHIP CENTRE
112 Casey St.
St. John's NF A1C 4X7
Tel: (709) 726-5902
Fax: (709) 726-3557

PRISON LIAISON / FAMILY SERVICES
426 Water Street
St. John's NF A1C 3V7
Tel: (709) 726-5541


HALFWAY HOUSES AND HOUSING

HOWARD HOUSE

7 Garrison Hill
St. John's NF A1C 1E2
Tel: (709) 722-1848
Fax: (709) 722-2414
Agency Head: Executive Director, Lori Yetman

BIRCHY HOUSE
278 Curling Street
Corner Brook NF A2H 2Z7
Tel: (709) 785-7652
Fax: (709) 785-2927
Agency Head: Executive Director, Carolyn Crockwell

WEST-BRIDGE HOUSE
92 West Street
Stephenville NF A2N 1E4
Tel: (709) 643-2903
Fax: (709) 643-3084
House Manager: Audrey Gracie
Agency Head: Executive Director, Albert Stewart

Seventh Step
c/o 7 Garrison Hill
St. John's, Newfoundland
A1C 3Y9
(709) 576-2270
Open to persons involved in the Criminal Justice System. Parolees on statutory release and full parole, day parolees, temporary absences.

VICTIM SUPPORT


RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

Stephenville Cognitive Skills Program
West-Bridge House
92 West Street
Stephenville NF
A2N 1E4
TEL: (709) 643-2903
Fax: (709) 643-3084
CONTACT PERSON
Email: Jeff Mitchell (Facilitator)
Objectives: Increase personal responsibility for change; Assess and enhance motivation for change; Provide skills to identify, challenge and change pro-criminal attitudes; Provide self-regulation and self-management skills; Encourage relationships with pro-social resources; Provide skills to monitor and maintain change.

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF NUNAVUT IQALUIT

P.O. Box 2175 Iqaluit Nunavut X0A 0H0
Tel: (867) 979-2306
Fax: (867) 979-2304
E-mail: johnhowardnunavut@yahoo.com
Area Served: Nunavut Iqaluit
Service Description: Youth Drop in Centre, soup kitchen for youth, one to one referrals to other agencies.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY


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CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE


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PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS


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IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



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RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


HALFWAY HOUSES


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ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY


SALVATION ARMY

Salvation Army Adult Resources Centre

91678 Alaska Hwy
Whitehorse YK Y1A 6E3
Tel: (687) 667-2741
Fax: (867) 667-6087


PRISON CHAPLAINCIES


CATHOLIC CHARITIES


LEGAL ASSISTANCE


YOUTH RESOURCES


PRISON JUSTICE & ACTIVISTS ORGANIZATIONS


WOMENS RESOURCES (other than Elizabeth Fry)



OUTREACH PROGRAMS


Community and Correctional Services
Department of Justice
P.O. Box 2703
Whitehorse YK Y1A 2C6
Tel: (867) 667-8293
Services: Encourages prisoners to maintain contact with their families and home communities.


IMMIGRATION RESOURCES



ANTI-VIOLENCE GROUPS AND RESOURCES



RELEASE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


HALFWAY HOUSES


VICTIM SUPPORT

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JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY

John Howard Society of NWT
Box 1508
302, 4911 49 Street
Igloo Plaza
Yellowknife NT X1A 2P2
Tel: (867) 920-4276
Fax: (867) 669-9715
E-mail: reception@johnhowardnt.org
Web site: www.johnhowardnt.org
Contact: Yvonne Buc, yvonne@johnhowardnt.org
Area Served: Northwest Territories
Service Description: Provides information, counseling, assistance and support to family members of prisoners, ex-offenders and others in conflict with the law.

ELIZABETH FRY SOCIETY


SALVATION ARMY


PRISON CHAPLAINCIES


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