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Hello

Reduce services due to COVID-19

To reduce staff and client exposure to COVID-19 we are open for essential services only.  Please call 204.727.1696 to make an appointment.  

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Our 2020 Canadian Tire Gift Card Winner

Fundraising during National John Howard Society week

We had so much fun in 2019 we went back to Canadian Tire during JHS Week 2020.


The goals were to engage people, pass the message of John Howard Society and fund raise.  


Money raised is used to off set anger management and building healthy relationship program costs - all in an effort to make it more accessible for lower income families.  


Cheryl (who never wins, ever) won the prize this year. 



Mens Resource Centre is open!!

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Features

  • Programming 7 days a week
  • Structure and outcome focused
  • Utilizing the strengths of our community partners
  • Giving men a safe and trusted place to start the next chapter

Help wanted!

  1. WE ARE FUNDRAISING AT CANADIAN TIRE 10-16 FEBRUARY!!
  2. Currently taking donations of gently used clean clothing (we have no laundry facility.
  3. Volunteers to co-facilitate our programming and provide a safe and welcome environment for growing.


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Looking for a few good volunteers. Know anyone?

About Us

How We're Helping

 

Goals of John Howard Society of Brandon


  • To empower offenders, victims and the community through the process of restorative justice.
  • To promote reform of the justice system to one of restorative justice, which includes victims, communities and offenders.
  • To encourage active involvement of volunteers in responding to the issues of crime
  • To facilitate public awareness and dialogue regarding the causes of crime and possible solutions.

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Historic Supreme Court of Canada Visit

Additional Information

On 25 September Board Chair Ted Dzogan, Board members Chris Schneider and Jodi Chubaty joined ED Ross Robinson for the "Meet the Judges" session with the SCC.  

The opportunity arose to speak with Judge Russell Brown on the role of post sentencing mediation to generate greater victim satisfaction and improved recidivism.  Watch this space for the outcome of that excellent interaction!!

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