2023 Conference Presentations

Provincial HSJCC 2023 Virtual Conference

November 15-16, 2023

Keynote Speakers:

Reimagining Human Services Delivery – Devon Clunis

Trauma, Addiction, and Transformation: The Kerry Gladue Story

Keynote Panels:

Highlighting Crisis Response Services and Models Across Ontario

Bridging the Gap for Youth Transitions

Concurrent Presentations:

A1 – Métis Nation of Ontario: Métis History, Culture, and Justice

A2 – Support for Families Following a Death in Custody

A3 – The Grey Bruce Supportive Outreach Services (SOS): Mitigating and Aiding Vulnerable Populations

A4 – An Individual’s Journey: Mental Health and Addictions in Provincial Corrections

A5 – Changing Justice Service Delivery to Reduce Returns to Custody

A6 – A History and Future of Legal and Peer Advocacy in the Forensic System in Ontario

B1 – Restorying One’s Story

B2 – Building Trust and Partnership Through Peer Support: A Community Partner’s Perspective

B3 – Community Reintegration Planning Tables Project

B4 – The Art of Restorative Practices: The Advantages of Integrating Creative Practices in Restorative Justice

B5 – Community-Based Collaboration to Improve Health Outcomes in Vulnerable Communities

B6 – Provincial HSJCC Anti-Racism Framework Project

C1 – IRCAs: Improving Justice Outcomes for Black and Racialized Persons

C2 – Tracking (In) Justice: A Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Data and Transparency Project

C3 – Emotion Regulation Group for Justice Involved Clients with Developmental Disabilities

C4 – Indigenous Led Justice Within a Western Justice Framework

C5 – Building Confidence and Bridging Gaps through Education

C6 – MHCC’s National Action Plan on Mental Health and Criminal Justice

D1 – Connecting to Community: Innovative Peer Training for Harm Reduction Workers

D2 – Following the Feather Addiction Support Program

D3 – Traumatic Brain Injury and the Catch-22 Conditions of Community Supervision

D4 – Inclusive Justice for Individuals with Complex Needs: Innovation, Adaptations, Collaborations

D5 – Suicide Intervention in Indigenous Communities and Life Promotion

D6 – CADTCP’s Principles of Drug Treatment Courts

Poster Presentations:

PP1 – ABI and the Justice System: A Case Study Approach

PP2 – Building Multi-Sector Capacity: Adopt4Life’s AFCCA Family Supports Program

PP3 – Drug Treatment Court – A multi-disciplinary team approach to therapeutic justice

PP4 – Dual Diagnosis Justice Coordinators/Case Managers – Promoting Inclusive Justice

PP5 – FASD Adult Diagnostic Clinic (Peel-Dufferin)

PP6 – Getting the System to Work Together for Persons After Brain Injury with Complex Needs

PP7 – LAO Community Engagement: Building a More Accessible Legal Aid System Together

PP8 – Mental Health and Substance Use services for people released from incarceration during the COVID-19 Pandemic

PP9 – Mobile Crisis Intervention Team

PP11 – Release from Custody Program

PP12 – Situation Tables: An Ongoing Assessment for Effective Implementation

PP13 – Shining a Light: Violence in Dementia Caregiving and Receiving Relationships

PP14 – Wellness & Recovery College: Highlights and Outcomes

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