Provincial HSJCC

Nipissing Local HSJCC Goals and Objectives:

 

a) Committee’s over all goals and key commitments:

Our local HSJCC is committed to identifying gaps and challenges in our local judicial, mental health and community services in an effort to facilitate change.

 

b) Committee’s specific objectives:

1. The committee will be sponsoring the Rob Nash Project who will be providing a total of 6 Inspirational, Motivational presentations in the upcoming year for our local High Schools and Post-Secondary institutions.

2. We will look into the Bail Verification and Supervision Program for our district.

3. We will continue to implement a Pre-Charge Mental Health Diversion program for both youth and adults.

4. The committee will continue to support and provide education regarding the OTN system and utilize it whenever possible in our court proceedings.

5. We will be looking to attain funding for the purpose of answering to our local housing needs.

Midland Local HSJCC Goals and Objectives:

 

a) Committee’s over all goals and key commitments:

1. Promote local cross sector communication between human services and justice system.

2. Facilitate implementation of the Regional HSJCC strategy at the local level.

3. Create a point of contact and information for police, probation, community mental health services.

 

b) Committee’s specific objectives:

1. To identify priority issues.

2. Create local solutions to local problems in relation to target client group.

3. Act in an advisory capacity to colleagues as human service and justice interface.

4. To organize and deliver local community education and public awareness.

5. To advise Simcoe-Muskoka HSJCC on strategy developments.

The Sarnia Jail and community partners invite you to attend a two day conference:
 
“Corrections from the Inside Out”
 
hosted in Sarnia, Ontario.

The Conference highlights issues of incarcerated individuals and offers a better understanding of inmate situations for all professionals that work with offenders.

This conference will provide the appropriate tools to offer individualized care.

Bringing corrections and community partners together will assist in the collaboration of teams and resources to attain shared goals.
 
Tuesday September 26, 2017 and Wednesday September 27, 2017
 

 


 

Lambton-Kent Local HSJCC Goals and Objectives:

a) Committee’s over all goals and key commitments:

Lambton-Kent HSJCC has a continued commitment to increase our membership and share the knowledge and skills present at the table.

 

b) Committee’s specific objectives:

To provide training within the various organizations of the members at the table.

London Local HSJCC Goals and Objectives:

 

a) Committee’s over all goals and key commitments:

Our overall goals were to discuss our local issues and identify gaps in services to better align our work. Membership of the local has declined over the years so strategies to enhance participation. Many agencies in London are reviewing the number of committees that agencies are represented on to streamline the work. HSJCC will be working on proposal to be the one committee for access to services through the partners at the table.

 

b) Committee’s specific objectives:

The goal of the committee was to enhance partnerships and knowledge exchange across the region. There are many changing positions within our community so the objectives were focused on stabilization over the year and ongoing.

Kitchener-Cambridge Local HSJCC Goals and Objectives:

 

a) Committee’s over all goals and key commitments:

Increase membership of the Kitchener-Cambridge HSJCC to enhance community engagement with the committee.

 

b) Committee’s specific objectives:

1. Training and professional development:

Crystal Meth Conference

2. Collaboration & collaborative care

Increase membership of the Kitchener-Cambridge HSJCC to enhance community engagement with the committee