The Salvation Army
122 Hunt St.
For Inquiries Please Contact
Intake Worker: Keisha Fuller
T: (416) 304-1974 ext 209
The Correctional & Justice Services Unit operates a number of programs funded through the Salvation Army'sown resources or by way of either Provincial or Federal government departments. Some programs are funded through modest client user fees. The majority of participants in these programs are required to attend and participate as a conditional of a court sentence or disposition. Programs are listed below.
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Anger Management: One Day
This is a one-day workshop for adults to raise awareness of the triggers and thinking patterns that can lead to aggressive behaviour. Using a cognitive approach it seeks to identify & replace problematic thinking and behaviour. The program is interactive and requires active participation. Research indicates that changing irrational thinking is the most effective way to reduce anger and change aggressive behaviour. Therefore we offer a supportive and challenging environment in which to help you make changes to thinking and behaviour.
Who is welcome to attend?
Anyone age 18 years and older desiring a positive life change is welcome. Referrals may come from court, lawyers, crown attorneys, probation, parole, community justice worker, social workers, mental health workers or be self-referred.
* 7 hours of instruction in a one day group session.
* Confidential & non-judgemental atmosphere.
* Saturdays 9:00 - 4:00 p.m. (as scheduled)
* Registration cost is $150.00. We accept cash or money order.
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