Prince George Urban Aboriginal Justice Society

The mission of the Prince George Urban Aboriginal Justice Society is to reduce the number of Aboriginal people in conflict with the law.


We will be closed December 23rd - 26th and January 2nd. Sorry for any inconvenience.  

 

UPDATE ON SERVICES

Prince George Urban Aboriginal Justice Society is open to the public. We encourage you to make an appointment to receive services by calling 250-562-7928.

Please do not enter if you are sick. All visitors are required to sanitize their hands. If meeting one on one with staff, we recommend wearing a mask. Thank you.

Services being offered:

For Youth:

  • Restorative Justice Program (for those that qualify)
  • Connection to culture and/or elders
  • Life-skill building
  • Holistic wellness planning
  • Advocacy/referrals

Site support services such as:

  • Visits to Prince George Youth Custody Centre (PGYCC)            
  • Facilitating and supporting cultural teachings within School District 57

For Adults: 

  • Restorative Justice Program (for those that qualify)
  • Outreach services
  • Advocacy/referrals
  • On site services such as weekly drop-ins, weekly appointments, and monthly activities
  • Gladue Aftercare Program - support for individuals in the process of obtaining a Gladue Report

For Indigenous Court Clients

  • Support services
  • Appointments to meet one-on-one with elders


Volunteering

Get involved with PGUAJS, and help make a difference in our community

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