RJHO chair Jim Harbell’s Letter to the Editor in response to the November 27 article “Nearly 20% of inmates homeless upon release from Ontario jails, data show”.
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Our 2022 Annual Report provides a review of our activities – our successes, expenses, growth, and goals.
RJHO has leased a home in Toronto to be used as residence for women who are coming out of prison but have no place to live. This is the first home for women to be operated by RJHO, with three other residences for men.
Michelle Joseph is RJHO’s consultant for the Women’s Program. She is also the full-time CEO of Unison Health. Despite her busy schedule she found time for an interview in late August, 2022.
Restorative Justice Housing Ontario (RJHO) announces the hiring of Michelle Joseph as a consultant for the Women’s Program, effective July 5, 2022.
Press Release: La Fondation Emmanuelle Gattuso makes multi-year commitment to Restorative Justice Housing Ontario
RJHO is thrilled to announce a generous donation from La Fondation Emmanuelle Gattuso.
Learn more about our newest residence! This was possible with the help of our amazing volunteers and donors.
Our program director, Joseph Lauren, speaks about his journey.
On May 10, 2020, Joseph Lauren, our program director, and Michael Van Dusen, a board member, met with the four residents living at RJHO’s first home in south Etobicoke, Ontario. Over chocolate banana cake and a box of Tim Bits, they spoke about their experiences before and since living in the home.
In November 2016, a Restorative Justice conference took place at Trinity St. Paul’s in Toronto. In February 2020, four residents moved into RJHO’s first house. Here’s how.