We provide support and advocacy to people impacted by the criminal justice system, to help them successfully transition back into their community
Explore Our Justice Services
Pre-release supports assist incarcerated individuals as they plan and prepare to reintegrate into their community. Services include connections to resources and community supports, and guidance with meeting self-identified needs and goals. Pre-release services work to bridge the gap between the institution and community, reduce feelings of isolation, and foster positive community connections.
Community-Based Residential Facilities (CRFs)
Community-Based Residential Facilities (CRFs) provide structured, stable housing for those on conditional release from federal, provincial, and territorial institutions. Residents are connected to a comprehensive support system to enable a successful transition back into the community. Individuals at CRFs are supervised by Correctional Service of Canada.
Community Reintegration services provide resources, tools, and support to individuals reintegrating into their community after a period of incarceration. Supports can include assistance with securing housing or employment, navigating challenges with mental health and addiction, or developing life-skills and positive community connections.
In Recognition of International Ove…
On August 31 each year, we come together with communities around the world to remember those who have died from overdose and acknowledge the grie…
Recognizing Indigenous History Mont…
As we pause to recognize Indigenous History Month, we hear from Natascha on her work with our new supportive housing program in Prince George.
Sharing Moments of Hope And Resilie…
As 2021 comes to an end we’re taking a moment to share a series of stories that inspire us, told directly from our program teams.