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.


  • 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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