Community Programs

Rural and Remote Programs in Muskoka

Elizabeth Fry Society of Simcoe County offers core Community Programs including: Emotions Management, Grief and Loss, Anti-Theft, Healthy Relationships, and Substance Use and Harm Reduction. Programs are offerred to women, youth, and men throughout the Muskoka region, and referrals source from community agencies, courts, parole, probation offices, and health care providers.

 

Adults can self-refer to the Rural and Remote Program directly by calling 705.725.0613 ex.243.  For more information about the Youth Trustee Program – Muskoka call 705.725.0613 ext 243.

To complete the online Rural and Remote Programs Referral Form, please click here.

Youth Trusteeship Program Simcoe County and Muskoka 

For 16 and 17 year old youth who can no longer reside with a parent or guardian and who apply to receive Ontario Works benefits, a trustee is required. The Elizabeth Fry Society can act as a trustee to be the liaison between Ontario Works and the youth. The program also helps youth manage other issues such as problems at school or work, housing stability, food security, life-skills and budgeting. Youth can apply to be in the program directly by calling 705.725.0613 ex.232.