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Restorative Justice Conference 

Each year, the Kingston Community Chaplaincy hosts a Restorative Justice conference to raise awareness about the importance of restorative justice practices within our community. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s conference is being postponed. We are hoping to run the conference sometime in February, although this is subject to change. We will post an update on our website when we have more information regarding the new date. We are very much looking forward to hosting the conference when it is safe to do so!

Promoting safe and healthy reintegration into community

We believe that when crime happens, it is not only the victim and offender who are affected but the whole community. We seek to promote healing and safety for all people as we learn how to live together in community once again.

FACTS TO CONSIDER

In 2011-2012 Kingston Community Chaplaincy

  • Made 186 new contacts
  • Maintained contact with 1,183 individuals
  • Interacted with 1,165 groups
  • Trained 6 new volunteers
  • Logged 509 person hours of volunteer services
  • Was involved in the following areas of ministry: Spirituality, Emotions, Housing, Medical/Mental Health, Addictions, Practical, Identification, Employment, Education and Socialization

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OUR PROGRAMS ARE MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS:
The Sisters of Providence Vincent de Paul in Kingston (link)
The Sisters of Charity – Halifax (link)
And through the generosity of numerous individuals