Offering hope and healing to communities
Please click here to read about the history of the KCC.
Community safety is founded on the recognition that every person is of equal worth.
- To enact the goals and principles of Restorative Justice in relation to victims, offenders and community
- To accompany men and women from incarceration to successful reintegration in the community by facilitating emotional, spiritual and practical support systems during their transition
- To assist those who are at risk of engaging in criminal activity to find constructive and life affirming community resources
- To dialogue with community groups to further their understanding of and response to the needs of offenders, victims and their families
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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Please click here to learn about the people who volunteer for the KCC..