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.


COVID-19 Protocols

The health and safety of our clients and staff is always a top priority for PGUAJS. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking extra measures in our office to maximize the safety of our staff and clients. Some of the protocols that have been adopted are:

  • All clients and staff are required to wear a face mask, masks available on-site
  • All clients and staff must sanitize their hands when entering the facility
  • All clients and staff members will be subject to a COVID Wellness Questionnaire and temperature check upon entry to the facility.
  • PGUAJS staff will ensure constant sanitation of any high-touch surfaces.
  • Plexiglass barriers installed where necessary.
  • Occupation limits put in place throughout the office.
  • Directional arrows put in place to limit contact between visitors.

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 or required to self-isolate. All visitors are required to sanitize their hands and wear a mask. All visitors will be subject to a Wellness Check for COVID-19 (includes a temperature check).

Services being offered:

For Youth

  • Outreach services
  • Advocacy/referrals
  • On site services such as weekly drop-ins, weekly appointments, and monthly activities

For Adults

  • Outreach services
  • Advocacy/referrals
  • On site services such as weekly drop-ins, weekly appointments, and monthly activities

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

Become a Volunteer

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RECENT NEWS

Board of Directors - Call for Applications

Dec 6, 2019

ANNOUNCEMENT

The Prince George Urban Aboriginal Justice Society is accepting applications from interested community members to serve on the Board of Directors.

The agency is entering a new partnership with the BC First Nation Justice Council. The BCFNJC influences change in Indigenous Justice policies. This is an exciting time to become a board member with UAJS, serving the people of the North. 

For more information click here: Board recruitment ad

Link to download an application: BoD Application Dec. 2019 


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