Welcome to Toronto Salvation Army Correctional and Justice Services
The Salvation Army has been working with individuals involved in the justice system in Ontario for many decades. The Correctional & Justice Services department of The Salvation Army delivers a variety of programs and services for youth and adults who have come into conflict with the law.
News and Events
Announcements, updates and upcoming events
If you need to contact Salvation Army Family Services or the Food Bank please call: 1-416-304-1982
Program Schedule - New! November - March 2017
*Please call 416-304-1974 to confirm availability.
**PRICE INCREASE**: Please note that as of July 1st, 2016 prices for Toronto and Ajax programs will increase to $150.00. The Anger Management Intensive +1on1 will also increase to $250.00. There will be no changes for our Barrie programs.
New! Please be aware that we are currently reviewing a more accessible way for program participants to register and pay on-line. When this new feature becomes available our community partners will be notified.
Do you have comments about any of our programs?
We would be glad to hear your feedback!
Please click here to participate in our Community Survey.
Our Location: 77 River Street, Toronto M5A 3P1
Hours: Monday - Friday 10:00 - 4:00 p.m.
By Public Transportation:
King (504), Queen (501) and Dundas (506)
*All streetcars cross River Street.
We are located in downtown Toronto at 77 River Street
between Dundas Street East and Queen Street East. We
have a limited number of free parking spaces for short term use.
Community Council on Correctional and Justice Services
The Council works with the Executive Director and staff to ensure that programs and projects are grounded and linked to the broader community and in particular the justice system. The Council is chaired by one of the community members on a rotating basis. Representation on the Council comes from a variety of backgrounds including the Toronto Police Service, the judiciary, court administration, banking, business and community justice.
The Council meets bi-monthly. The agenda typically includes staff updates on various programs, new initiatives and trends, and government policies and legislation. Discussions occur regarding the impact these developments might have on Salvation Army operations and the communities they serve. New opportunities to better serve the community are also discussed. The collective knowledge and experience of the Council members ensures informed decision making and provides valuable public perspective on issues of concern.
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