March 2, 2014 The Correctional Services of Canada (CSC) recently informed all 18 Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA) projects in Canada that their contracts will be terminated at the end of March 2014.  The Correctional Service of Canada says it ...
Everyday in the city and county of Peterborough an unseen network of volunteers meets in coffee shops, homes and on the phone to prevent the re-victimization of offenders. Peterborough Community Chaplaincy relies on our volunteers to help us  improve the ...
Continuum of Care Transitions from the Ministry of Institutional Chaplains to the Ministry of  Community Chaplaincy by Rev. Beryl Orok, Institutional Chaplain with CSC It is not uncommon for an institutional chaplain to form relationships with men and women over a ...
A Safe Place In April 2004 part of Dan’s long-term vision for safe, affordable housing became a reality.  A property at 953 Clonsilla Avenue became available through a partnership with Home Grown Homes and the building was quickly converted into the ...
The Final Transition [caption id="attachment_152" align="alignright" width="520" caption="Onr of our dedicated volunteers, Pam, sits beside the bed of a dying ex-offender at PRHC"][/caption] Another piece of the reintegration puzzle is dealing with offenders at the end of their lives.  Our Correctional System ...


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