Elizabeth Fry Society Simcoe Muskoka

Site: Elizabeth Fry Society Simcoe Muskoka

Service: Youth Justice Committee/ Extra Judicial Sanctions/Restorative Justice Circles

Location, Telephone & Internet
Office Phone 705-725-0613 ext 222
Crisis Phone 705-725-0613, ext 0 (Mon-Sun 24 hours)
Fax 705-725-0636
Website www.elizabethfrysociety.com
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Located In Community Barrie
Address 102 Maple Ave
Barrie, ON L4N 1S4
 
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Intersection Maple Ave and Sophia St W
Contact Information
Primary Contact Rhonda Leduc, Director of Community Justice Programs; Phone: 705-725-0613 ext 222; Email: rhondal@elizabethfrysociety.com
Alternate Contact Volunteer Coordinator; Phone: 705-725-0613 ext 239; Email: volunteer@elizabethfrysociety.com
Primary Executive Meaghan Chambers, Executive Director; Phone: 705-725-0613 ext 227; Email: meaghanc@elizabethfrysociety.com
Description & Services
Description (Service) March 25, 2020 -COVID-19 Response
Joyce Kope House has temporarily moved to Comfort Inn, 210 Essa Rd, Barrie* call 705-715-1052 for shelter services
* temporary shelter is operational for women exiting institutions or experiencing homelessness in Simcoe County
* please consider supporting women at the shelter at this time with donations of personal hygiene items, sanitizers and disinfectants, and food

Due to COVID-19 concerns the following services are cancelled/postponed until April 1, 2020
* Youth Justice Committee meetings and Restorative Justice circles
* In person Trusteeship appointments in Simcoe And Muskoka
* Jail Visitation at Central North Correctional Centre, Vanier Centre for Women and Grand Valley - Institute for Women * if you are in contact with a loved one who is incarcerated and needing service, direct them to call 705-725-0613, ext 0
* In-person groups and one on one sessions in Simcoe Muskoka including:
-Emotions Management
-Safe independent Choices
-Anti-theft
-Grief and loss
-Healthy Relationships
-Substance Use and Harm Reduction
-Community Maintenance Program

Call or email your worker for more information or contact:
* Rhonda LeDuc, Director of Community Justice programs at 705-627-6034
* Tracy Wood, Director of Community Programs at 705-644-1393
* Meaghan Chambers, Executive Director at 705-818-2342

Regular Service
Diversion program for youth aged 12-17 at time of offence * Youth can be referred by police (pre-charge) or by Crown Attorney (post-charge) * Youth will attend a meeting with Youth Workers and/or a Youth Justice Committee (YJC) to receive sanctions for their actions * YJC Committee is a group of trained community volunteers who have an interest in youth who will meet with youth and parent(s) to provide meaningful sanctions to the youth in order to complete the diversion program * Victims are invited to attend in order to also provide information and input
Hours March 22, 2020 -COVID-19 Response
Office closed
Areas Served Simcoe County
Eligibility Ages: 12 year(s) - 17 year(s) 
 
Youth * first time young offenders charged with minor crime
Application Police or Court Referral
Languages English ; French - Interpretation, dedicated French phone line and French speaking staff member
Fees None
Other Details
Established Oct 2000
Physical Access Fully Accessible

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