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Integrated Justice Program

Provided by: FASD Network of Saskatchewan

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Service Description

Helps individuals with FASD to navigate the Saskatchewan justice system through advocacy, courtroom support, assistance understanding and complying with conditions, probation and parole planning, release planning, sentencing support, peer mentoring, and access to community support.

In addition, staff are available to help Indigenous clients prepare “Gladue Reports.” (There are special cultural considerations that the court must take into account for Indigenous peoples. This information is presented in a pre-sentencing or bail hearing report known as a “Gladue Report.” Every self-identifying Indigenous individual has a legal right to have this information presented in court. The purpose is for an individual’s unique personal background to be considered along with possible alternatives to jail to allow for healing.)



Individuals with FASD who have involvement in the Saskatchewan justice system.

Application Process

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Documents Required

Visit the website for Referral Form for Institutions and Referral Form for Justice Support Services.



Toll-Free: 1-866-673-3276

Support line for parents, individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), and service providers, Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 3:30 pm

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FASD Network of Saskatchewan – Regina


1106 Winnipeg Street
Regina SK  S4R 1J6

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Wheelchair access - call for details or special appointment required.

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