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Urban Justice Programs – Opikinawasowin Reintegration Program

Provided by: Saskatoon Tribal Council

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Service Description

Justice Workers provide holistic case management services for referred youth and young adults. Program consists of intense mentorship while incarcerated to connect them to positive community supports and resources.

Justice Workers assist in areas such as: culture, kinship/family, education, employment, housing, addiction, mental health, recreation/leisure, and other areas that are necessary.

Justice Workers share case management responsibilities with the client’s Probation Officer/Community Youth Worker.

Justice Workers support youth and young adults in attending their appointments such as medical, probation reporting, securing affordable and safe housing, employment interviews, resume drop offs, or social assistance appointments, treatment, detox and addiction counselling appointments.   


Referral-based program for adults and youth ages 12 years - 24 years who are deemed high risk to re-offend. Clients must score level 4 or 5 on the Level of Service Inventory (LSI) or High on the Saskatchewan Primary Risk Assessment (SPRA). Referrals for this program are received by Saskatoon Probation Officers. Individuals referred must be currently incarcerated or on a court order. Program is voluntary and status blind. Contact for further information.

Fax: 306-242-7280

Business Line: 306-956-1790

Justice Administration

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.

Service Website




Coverage Area

Saskatoon, SK

Languages Offered


Justice Services


2211 11th Street West
Saskatoon SK  S7M 1J4

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The building is shared with STC's Employment & Training Services (ETS) and Education Department. The parking lot is in the back of the building. There are two entrances.

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.


Building is accessible for wheelchairs at both entrances, however, there is no designated accessible parking stall. There are accessible washrooms.

Fax: 306-242-7280

Business Line: 306-956-1790


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