programs and services
Based on the Seven Steps, weekly meetings of offenders are held to provide a forum for free and open discussions about barriers to establishing and maintaining one's freedom. Groups are held in the community as well as federal penitentiaries.
A 35-bed facility which houses adult male offenders and provides a supportive environment transitioning from incarceration into the community. The primary goal of the Halfway House is to assist with and support residents with their plans for successful reintegration into the community. Caseworkers assume oversight of residents 24/7. Referrals are made through Correctional Services of Canada and are subject to acceptance by the CRF.
Pardon Me is a new program operating out of the both the Calgary and Halifax 7th Step Society offices. It offers judgement free peer support by Case Managers that have a lived experience within the criminal justice system.