Salvation Army Community Justice Services and Community Alternatives for Youth (The)

  • Community Services
  • Agencies & Associations
539 Talbot Street
St. Thomas, Ontario N5P 1C3
(519) 432-6306 (fax)
Monday to Friday 830 to 430, 211 on call
  • About

    The Salvation Army Correctional and Justice Services and Community Alternatives for Youth provides a safe environment and programs for adults and youth who are at risk of or involved in the Justice System. They offer the Community Service Order and Direct Accountability Programs for Adults. Youth Programs include Extrajudicial Measures, Extrajudicial Sanctions, Reintegration, Anger Management, Life skills, Choices, Create Your Skate, Substance Abuse, Youth Drug Treatment Program and Outreach as well as other programs including facilitating the Youth Justice Committee Program for Elgin County. The Salvation Army operates as a faith-based, non-profit organization that serves all people regardless of age, race, ethnicity, personal faith or socio-economic status. As an additional service, they participate as part of the Youth Homelessness Initiative by accepting after hours 211 calls.

  • Whom to Contact

    • Rose Padacz
      Program Coordinator
    • Julia Parker
      Executive Director
  • Map

Printed courtesy of – Contact the St. Thomas & District Chamber of Commerce - ON for more information.
115 - 300 South Edgeware Road, St. Thomas, ON N5P 4L1 – 519-631-1981 –