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Service Description

Facilitates and advocates for justice by assisting Indigenous individuals in obtaining fair, just, equitable, and culturally sensitive treatment within the criminal justice system. Courtworkers act as an intermediary between the accused and the criminal justice system. Program ensures that clients understand their legal rights and responsibilities. Program provides legal information, but not legal advice. Services include:

  • Informing justice officials of the cultural traditions, values, languages, socio-economic conditions, and concerns of the Indigenous community.
  • Relaying the perspective of Indigenous accused and initiating opportunities to improve understanding. 
  • Explaining sentencing options and their implications to those accused and their families.  
  • Assisting clients by providing non-therapeutic counseling. 
  • Acting as an advocate and aid to individuals with youth court related matters. 
  • Promoting and enhancing understanding of the criminal justice system and alternative justice process within Indigenous communities and families. 


Services are status blind and serve all Indigenous people including First Nation, Inuit, and Métis individuals regardless of geographic location.

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No cost.

Fax: 306-782-1680

Toll-Free: 1-866-417-9858

Business Line: 306-782-8132

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King Street


63 King Street East
Yorkton SK  S3N 0T7

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Mailing Address

102 - 506 Broadway Street West
Yorkton SK  S3N 0P3

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Business Line: 306-782-3644


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