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John Howard Society of NB

Saint John Branch

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-657-5547
Fax 506-649-2006
E-Mail info@johnhowardsj.ca
Website www.johnhowardsj.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/JHSNB
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/JHSSENB
Primary Contact Bill Bastarache, Executive Director; Phone: 506-657-5547; Email: info@johnhowardsj.ca
Primary Executive Email: mbutler@jhsnb.ca
Description & Services
Description of service(s) The John Howard Society is an organization which exists to promote and support healthy and safe communities, by mobilizing partners and engaging families and individuals, while addressing the social conditions that give rise to crime.  
1. Hart House - A residential facility that offers accommodations  
to federal and provincial offenders, day and full parolees and  
individuals on temporary absences.  
2. Grant Groupcare Home - A residential centre for  
seven men living with mental health issues. 
3. Maloney Home - A transitional community based  
residential home for males who require long term residential  
care with extensive life/ social skills training for future  
independent success. 
4. Douglas Lake Treatment Center- A treatment center for 3 young people with complex needs. 
5. Webster Home - a community residence for 7 adult males with Mental Health issues  
6. Adelaide Street Home - a community residence for 7 adult males with Mental Health issues 
7. Peter Street Transitional Apartments 
1. CALP  
2. WES 
3. Career Opportunity Program  
4. Transition Back Services (TIOW) 
5. Employment Counselling (EAS) 
6. Transition To Work Services (EAS) 
1. Professional Counselling: 
~Social Worker Case Management 
~Psychologist Counselling Service 
~Narrative Therapy 
2. Addictions: 
~Drug Awareness Program 
~Substance Abuse Awareness 
3. Social, Emotional & Cognitive Skill Development: 
~Anger Management 
~ACT Acting on Change Together 
~Sexting/Cyber Bullying 
~Theft Deterrence 
~Violence Prevention 
~Independent Living Skills 
4. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: 
5. Youth & Family: 
~ Strengthening Families Program  
~ Family Nurturing 
6. Youth & Adult Correctional: 
~Community Intensive Supervision Program 
~Men's Anger Management 
~Community Maintenance Program 
~Alternative Measures 
~Resiliency Revitalization Project 
~Partnerships & Alliances 
~Advocacy / Promotion / Public Education / Community Mobilization / Outreach 
~Research & Evaluations 
~Traffic Control Certification 
~MANDT (Certified Training) 
~Prevention Of Abuse & Neglect 
~Interagency Conflict Resolution 
~Report Writing 
~Decision Making 
~First Aid/CPR 
~Mental Health First Aid 
~Food Handling
Hours Office hours 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Grand Bay - Westfield ; Hampton ; Quispamsis ; Rothesay ; Saint John ; Grand Bay-Westfield; Hampton;Quispamsis;Rothesay;Saint John; Sussex;Charlotte County
Eligibility Ages: 12 year(s) - 100 year(s)
Application Contact for more information.
Languages English
Fees Program - Some program fees may apply - please inquire about fee assistance
Location information
Located In Community Saint John
Address & Map
44 Peters St
Saint John, NB
Canada E2L 2Z9
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Accessibility Partially Accessible - ramp ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (51) Registered Charity
Service Categories Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups ; Anger Management ; Community Based Residential Facilities ; Families of Inmates Support Groups ; Substance Use Disorder Counselling ; Substance Use Disorder Crisis Intervention ; Supervised Living for Older Youth

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