Community Justice Alternatives of Durham Region

Location, Telephone & Internet
Office Phone 289-200-6278
Located In Community Ajax
Address & Map
610 Monarch Ave
Ajax, ON L1S 6M4
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Intersection Monarch Ave and Clements Rd
Contact Information
Primary Contact Audrey Sibley Isenor, Executive Director
Alternate Contact Mediation Case Coordinator
Volunteer Coordinator Volunteer Coordinator
Description & Services
Description (Service) Programs that contribute to crime prevention, address social issues and rehabilitation of offenders 
Victim Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP) 
Victims and offenders meet together with a trained volunteer mediator * parties try to come to a resolution eg., monetary restitution, apologies * an alternative way of resolving conflict or disputes 
Community Service Order programs (CSO) 
Places adults in non-profit or tax supported settings * those granted probation work a specified number of hours and give volunteer assistance to the community 
The Durham Community Mediation Program (DCMP) 
Assists residents in Durham Region in resolving conflict through mediation * neighbourhood disputes, property matters, interpersonal problems, landlord-tenant or tenant-tenant conflicts * trained community volunteers provide the services to participants  
The Conflict, Anger, Learning Communication & Mediation (CALM) 
Series of workshops to youth experiencing multiple barriers to life successes * teaches youth how to mange and deal with their personal conflict and anger styles 
Diverse Reintegration Youth Program (DRYP) 
In correlation with probation orders, assists youth to reintegrate into community and family life after period of long-term custody or short-term detention provisions * culturally sensitive influences will assist in their achievements in program delivery 
Office of the Independent Police Director (OIRPD) 
Provider of specialized mediation services 
Basic and Advanced Level Mediation Training - Community Mediation and Restorative Justice Skills Training * volunteer opportunities
Sup. Description Members in good standing of ADRIO, ADRIO-Can, OCJA, OACYA, YJO, APBOT, Durham Youth Justice Network Committee
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Durham Region
Eligibility Youth and Adults
Application Email or call for information
Languages English ; Interpretive Services ; Other languages upon request
Fees None ; Sliding fee rate for some programs
Other Details
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Service Categories Alternative Dispute Resolution ; Anger Management ~ Youth ; Community Service Orders ; Juvenile/Youth Delinquency Diversion Counselling ; Victim/Offender Mediation Programs ; Volunteer Opportunities

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