The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan is a woman-centered, non-profit organization committed to working with women before, during, and after incarceration. We are the only organization in the province of Saskatchewan working specifically with adult women and their families involved with the criminal justice system.
Programs and services offered by the Elizabeth Fry Society encourage an end to recidivism and support crime prevention through a social developmental approach. We are a community-based voice for women at risk as well as those who are criminalized as a result of poverty, racism, histories of abuse, or a lack of education.
All programs, services & resources are offered free of charge and without a referral. Please feel free to visit us at Station 20 West in Saskatoon (205-1120 20th Street West) or call us at 1-888-934-4606. No appointments are required.
Where We Work: We provide support to women throughout the province of Saskatchewan who are: on bail, parole or in the community; at the Meewasinaota (federal half-way house) and Community Training Residence (provincial half-way house); and, at the Pine Grove Correctional Centre (provincial prison), the Regional Psychiatric Cetnre (federal prison), Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge (federal prison), and Edmonton Institution for Women (federal prison).
Charitable Registration #: 119231280 RT0001