Providing reintegration and preparation for independent living
101 Street Apartments is a 24 bed community based residential treatment facility for adult males on release under the authority of Federal and Provincial justice services.
Areas of Specialization
101 Street Apartments supports clients who have been deemed higher risk or higher need.
- Psychiatric diagnosis
- Physical disability
- Brain injury
Specialized on-site services include:
- Registered Nurse and clinic
- In-reach Caseworker
- Community assessment and Parole supervision
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More information: 780.471.4525 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Referrals: Accepted from institutional and community based Parole Officers
101 Street Apartments – Full Program Details
To aid in the transition between incarceration and community living. We assist residents with their reintegration and preparation for independent living by providing a safe, supportive, and structured environment.
- Provides service to adult males on release in the community under authority of the Parole Board Canada and Alberta Justice and Solicitor General.
- Offers a 24-bed, community based, residential special needs treatment facility.
- Serves individuals who have been deemed a higher risk, higher need or who have various psychiatric diagnosis, physical disabilities and brain injuries.
- Requires referrals from institutional and community based parole officers. 101 Street Apartments conducts a formal file review to determine a suitable Reintegration Plan.
- Determines reintegration plan by reviewing the individual’s attitude and release plan, completed programming, willingness and availability of treatment within the community and a risk/needs assessment. Works in collaboration with the resident’s Parole Officer to develop and implement a case plan.
- Completes crime cycle development with all residents.
- Seeks to protect the community by providing supervision and support to residents who are on community release.
The staff work with the residents in order to help facilitate a successful transition from the prison system into the community.
- Shelter and food to all residents;
- Skilled caseworkers;
- Registered nurse and on-site clinic;
- Referrals to Edmonton John Howard Society’s intake and employment services.
- Works to identify hard-to-place clients and reach out to these individuals through institutional visits and phone calls.
- Collaborates with the case management team in order to provide additional support and increase the likelihood of reintegration success.
- Is available to meet with residents at both 101 Street Apartments and Independence Apartments.
- Designed to meet the initial and ongoing psychiatric and medical need of clients with multiple barriers.
Community Assessment And Parole Supervision (CAPS)
- Interviews are conducted with families and friends of offenders to assess the degree of support they are willing to offer both during and after incarceration
- Provides supervision during Unescorted Temporary Absences (UTA’s).
101 Street Apartments accepts referrals from institutional and community based Parole Officers. Residency is determined by conducting a formal file/review which determines the applicant’s suitability for residency.
Residency is determined by reviewing the following:
- Client’s attitude and release plan.
- Completed programming and adherence to Correctional Treatment Plan.
- Willingness and availability of treatment within the community.
- Risk/need assessment.