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Provincial Reintegration

Providing support to individuals incarcerated at North Fraser Pretrial Centre (NFPC) who are nearing their transition to the community

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About the Provincial Reintegration Program

The Community Reintegration program at North Fraser Pretrial Centre (NFPC) provides support to individuals who are incarcerated and nearing their transition to the community. Staff assist with release planning, and help service users identify and connect with services that meet their individual needs and goals.


Reintegration workers focus primarily on one-to-one support, and provide information on a variety of areas including:

  • Housing
  • Income assistance and taxes
  • Applying for identification
  • Treatment programs
  • Employment and education opportunities


Reintegration workers also provide information on the rights and responsibilities of people who are incarcerated, and work to reduce the number of barriers faced by individuals before their release.


Working in collaboration with both BC Corrections staff and resources in the community, the reintegration program strives to bridge the gap that exists between individuals’ needs and ability to access services before release to meet those needs.


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Admission Criteria

Be incarcerated at the North Fraser Pretrial Centre (NFPC)

Other admission criteria may apply

How to Apply

Individuals incarcerated at federal or provincial institutions can access the reintegration worker or get more information about the program by filling out a special request form and submitting it to their Living Unit Officer at NFPC. Once the request is submitted, the reintegration worker will meet with the individual on unit, and discuss needs and help create a plan for release. 


What are the goals of the Provincial Reintegration Program?

The goals of our Reintegration Program are to:

  • Assist individuals transitioning from correctional settings to the community by creating person-centered release plans which identifys goals for successful reintegration
  • Provide release planning and community reintegration services to assist individuals in identifying support services such as treatment programs, housing, and additional support for community release
  • Provide vital links and referrals to resources that will continue to assist individuals to build life skills and problem-solving skills in their community

What types of supports can service users access through this program?

Connective supports service users with taxes, ID, administrative tasks, and other personal supports. The goal is to help service users create a release plan that will allow them to be successful in the community.

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