Reintegration for

True Rehabilitation

It’s important to feel welcome in the world, and our aim is to ensure that all of our clients have a chance at proper reintegration. To that end, in the past, our staff has been known to:

    1. Attend probation meetings
    2. Search for transitional and long-term housing, and take clients to view apartments
    3. Take clients to the food bank
    4. Take clients to medical appointments/cover prescriptions when necessary
    5. Provide social assistance advocacy
    6. Provide child and family reunification support
    7. Obtain educational transcripts
    8. Assist with furniture and housewares
    9. Assist clients with getting IDs (birth certificates, health cards, treaty cards)
    10. Give referrals to in-patient treatment beds for clients
    11. Provide transportation to and around Saskatoon
    12. Remind clients of court appearances and arrange for transportation to court if needed (especially if a court appearance is outside of Saskatoon)
    13. Provide clothing and hygiene products to transitional individuals
    14. Take clients to various appointments and stay with them if they need support
    15. Take clients to seek emergency mental health services
    16. Communicate with client’s family members
    17. Provide brief, solution-focused interventions and planning
    18. Offer financial literacy support & advice
    19. Provide HIV support
    20. Provide domestic violence interventions and safety planning
    21. Facilitate payment of bail monies
    22. Connect with Indigenous organizations and communities

We are always willing to help, and will generally do anything we can, as long as it is within our means and supports women as they transition back into the community. Our goal is to connect women with the wider network of service and resources in those communities, ultimately empowering them to make responsible and positive decisions for themselves.

For more information on reintegration, contact our Reintegration Worker Kayleigh Lafontaine by email or phone at (306) 668-0601.

The Criminal Record

Suspension Project

We are proud to offer assistance for women applying to suspend their criminal record. This suspension (or pardon) does not erase the record permanently, but ensures it is kept separate from others. When someone searches the CPIC database for your criminal record, none will be found.

For more information on record suspension, contact our Court Worker Chelsea Roy by email or phone at (306) 668-0635.