The John Howard Society of Saskatchewan proudly assists individuals who are at risk or are involved in the criminal justice process by providing prevention, intervention, support services and advocacy. The JHSS has four locations throughout Saskatchewan in Regina, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon and Prince Albert. Our services vary by location. Our Regina location includes our LYNC program - offering young people with a high risk to reoffend a positive connection to sustainable supports in the community, our fine option program, our community service program, our SILP (supported independent living program, Robert's Place for youth males aged 12-15 in the care of the ministry or social services and Stewarts's Place for youth males aged 16-21 in the care. Our Moose Jaw location offers our Adult Alternative Measures Program, our Extrajudicial sanctions program for youth, our community justice forum program for adult and youth, our fine option program for adult and youth, our community service order program for adult and youth, our stop-lift program for adult and youth, our crime prevention program for youth, and our community collaboration and engagement program. Our Saskatoon location includes our fine option program, community service order program, social programs, Bert's safe shelter, Basswood Place, Jays Place, Cedar House, our Supported independent living program (SILP) and our community outreach support program.
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