Women and girls involved in the justice system deserve compassion and respect and opportunities to realize their full human potential.
- We believe that women’s rights are human rights
- We are guided by the truth and reconciliation calls to action
- We focus on a holistic client-centered approach
- We believe in a just community
- We strive to build and maintain a sustainable organization.
The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan strives for a just community, advocating for the rights, freedoms, and fair treatment of all women and girls involved with the justice system.
We are a strong and sustainable organization that:
- Works with women and girls before, during and after involvement with the justice system to provide legal assistance, access to information and programming, and support for community integration.
- Advocates for the human rights, dignity and self-worth of all women and girls.
Where We Work
We provide support to women throughout the province of Saskatchewan who are: on bail, parole or in the community; at the Meewasinaota (federal half-way house) and Community Training Residence (provincial half-way house); and, at the Pine Grove Correctional Centre (provincial prison), the Regional Psychiatric Centre (federal prison), Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge (federal prison), and Edmonton Institution for Women (federal prison).
The following webpages explain more about who we are and the work we do: