Correctional Programs

Jail Visitation and Advocacy

Staff from the Elizabeth Fry Society visit women on a regular basis for reintegration planning, parole hearings, and advocacy for women at Grand Valley Institute in Kitchener-Waterloo, Vanier Centre for Women in Milton, and Central North Correctional Centre (CNCC) in Penetanguishene.

Women’s Program 

A trained facilitator provides one-to-one support and reintegration programs to women as part of the reintegration process at the Central North Correctional Centre (CNCC).

Reporting Centre

The purpose of the Reporting Centre is to compliment the work of parole officers by providing additional support and supervision to high risk/high need men and women.

Community Maintenance Program

The Community Maintenance Program is a self-management, follow-up program for men under supervision of Correctional Services Canada (CSC) .  The goal of the program is to review skills that are taught in institutions, and to apply those skills to problems, high-risk situations and obstacles men may face in the community, after release.