Services | New Frontiers Halfway House
concept agrees with The
Salvation Army founder William
Booth who believed in "Soup, Soap, then Salvation."
The total person must be reached, at the moral, physical, psychological,
social and spiritual level. Therefore all the programming we
offer is aimed at the total person. The ends for which we strive
are for the clients to develop an individual program aimed at
their own reintegration into the community. We believe that
only when the effort comes from the individual, rather than
us, will his reintegration efforts be effective over the long
house is a community based residential facility for offenders
who, having been sentenced to a term of incarceration, are serving
a portion of their sentence under supervision in the community.
We provide twenty-four hour supervision, general counselling
and assistance to offenders. who live in
our halfway house while they work, find a job, go to school or
attend treatment and/or other programming.
New Frontiers Halfway House accepts adult males who meet our criteria. Applicants must be prepared to live within the rules
and regulations of our Centre. The length of stay is determined by Parole Board Canada (PBC)
for many issues is available to all clients on a one-to-one
in working with offenders is to help them reintegrate into society
in as easy a manner as possible.
Programming is available upon request.
Recovery (A Spiritual Journey)
Management Overall Recovery Material
Con Game Freedom from Playing the Game
for Responsible Living Developing New Values
Errors The Dynamics of Change
Free Thinking Outside The Box
Plan Stages of Change
on site 24 hours a day
in a community setting with various programs to assist in
- Medication monitoring
to Recovery programs (AA; NA)
- physician, optometrist, dental etc.
(attendance not mandatory)
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Incarcerated offenders apply through their Institutional Parole Officer, identifying Saskatoon as their release destination.