Salvation Army - London

Correctional and Justice Services

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Record #: LON4421 Last Modified: 17 Mar 2014 Last Full Update: 14 Jan 2013
Location
Located In CommunityLondon
Address281 Wellington St
London, ON N6B 2L4
Site LocationCentral London
AccessibilityFully Accessible
IntersectionWellington St and Horton St
Contact Information
Office Phone519-432-9553
Fax519-432-6306
E-Mailtom.degryp@start.ca
Websitewww.salvationarmy.ca/ontariogreatlakes
Primary ExecutiveJulia Parker, Executive Director; Email: julia_parker@can.salvationarmy.org
Description & Services
DescriptionEducation programs for people who have become involved with the criminal justice system

Practical services designed to inform and help clients with the criminal justice system, courtroom procedures and community integration * services include family court support on request, assistance with release preparation plans and re-establishment into the community and links to community resources * visiting program for inmates of the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre

Court Office - Practical and spiritual assistance to the accused and their families, witness, courts and those working in the courts * communication link and information service by offering moral/spiritual support, cell visits, arranging bail, transportation, looking after personal affairs and making referrals to accommodation or treatment centres * visits the court cells each morning to assist those arrested each night

Court House

80 Dundas St, Rm 2-047
519-438-1922
Fax: 519-438-8276


Addiction Education Program - Education/motivation program for men and women referred by probation and parole officers * provides opportunities to learn basic information about the effects of alcohol and drugs in people’s lives and to personalize the information * group will also present information about treatment options and how to access them * although most participants are referred by probation officers, there is generally space for others who are interested

Positive Lifestyle Program - Program for men and women that offers one-on-one and group support and practical services for persons at risk of becoming involved with or have been involved with the criminal justice system * consists of ten workshops adapted from the Life Skills Program * also offered on a weekly basis at Elgin Middlesex Detention Centre

Services and Programs:
  • Community Alternatives for Youth - St Thomas
HoursMon-Fri 8:30am-4pm
Areas ServedLondon
BoundariesLondon
EligibilityAges: 18 year(s) and up 
 
Adults involved in the criminal justice system
ApplicationProbation officers referral or call for application
FeesSet fee * sliding scale available
LanguagesEnglish
Established1970
FundingDonations ; Private
Supplementary Info
Alternate NameSalvation Army Community Resource Centre
Service Level(50) Non Profit