The John Howard Society is a non-profit organization who mainly work with male youth and male adults who are involved in the justice system. We have 4 locations across Saskatchewan, in Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Regina, and Moose Jaw. The John Howards Society’s mission is to assist individuals who are at risk or who are involved in the criminal justice process by providing prevention, intervention, support services, and advocacy. The Prince Albert John Howard Society has an ARC Outreach worker in PA working with adult males who are referred from PACC or other custody facilities. The John Howard Society received funding from The National Crime Prevention Strategy in 2019 to develop a program for Indigenous male youth ages 16-24 who are at high risk of joining gangs. They currently have one house for male youth ages 16-18, and two supported independent living apartments for young adults ages 18-24 in PA. The Redemption House is staffed 24/7 and has 8 staff at our PA location. One thing they’d like people to know about The John Howard Society is that they are happy to be back in Prince Albert! Many male youth in the community will benefit from the programming that The John Howard Society is providing. You can find a referral to their services at other community organizations, or give them a call at , or check out their website at https://www.sk.johnhoward.ca. The John Howard Society believes in the importance of accepting responsibility for wrongdoing, and dealing with the causes and consequences of crime in a progressive manner.