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We are hiring for a Community Justice Worker.

The application deadline is October 23 and the posting can be found here: Community Justice Worker Posting October 2019.


Through their passion, competency and dedication, volunteers play an integral role in the success of our Restorative Practice programs, positively impacting our participants, our agency, and the community at large.  The support and guidance of our volunteers provides opportunity for individuals in our community to effectively resolve and heal from situations of crime and conflict.

We are currently looking for excellent Volunteers in our Restorative Practice programs who have daytime availability and/or ability to facilitate in the County. The first step in the application process is completing the upcoming Transformative Mediation training, scheduled for November 22, 27, and 29 in Woodstock. Information and the registration form can be found below:



Community Options for Justice relies on financial support from provincial ministries, external funding sources like the United Way, and through private donations from generous individuals like you.

Community Options for Justice is a registered charity; all Canadian donors will receive a tax receipt.

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