A directory of alternative and rehabilitative programming, and community resources available to Lac La Ronge and Region; exterior links to additional contact information
*Note: Some Programming is offered in urban centres or other areas of the province, eligibility for these programs are not limited to specific band membership which is why they are listed.
- Lac La Ronge Programs/Resources
Edmund Clarke Percy Mirasty
Toll Free Number
Phone: (306) 425-1148
Fax: (306) 425-5548
Phone: (306) 425-1753 Phone: 1 (800) 567-7736
The Lac La Ronge Indian Band Restorative Justice Program service area’s are:
- La Ronge, Hall Lake, Sucker River, Grandmother’s Bay and Pine House.
- Stanley Mission reserve covered by Stanley Mission Justice Unit.
The Role of the Community Justice Worker is to provide services in the following:
- Coordinates the Alternative Measures Program.
- Coordinates the La Ronge Community Justice Committee
- Coordinates the Fine Option Program.
- Reporting to Crown prosecutors or police regarding Alternative Measures.
- Organizes and provides or facilitates mediation meetings, sentencing circles, healing circles, talking circles and education workshops.
- Reporting and record keeping of documents and records of all activities.
- Submits reports as required to PAGC Justice, La Ronge Chief & Council and Community Justice Committee
- Section 84 Correction Service Canada Protocol agreement for Penitentiary Inmates.
- Community Reintegration Plan agreement for all Provincial correctional centres
- Work with Crime Reduction Program Steering Inter-agency committee.
- Crime Reduction Program Selection Committee.
- Involved case conferences with Correction Public safety and Policing.
Aboriginal Court Worker Program
The Lac La Ronge Aboriginal Court Worker Program: The court worker program assists accused to better understanding their rights, options, and responsibilities when appearing before the criminal courts. They help defendants and their families to understand their rights, the charge against them, and the consequences of those charges, and court procedures that will determine those consequences. They help clients deal with personal difficulties in the midst of court proceedings and obtain the services of Social workers, employments counselors, or drug and alcohol counselors. They help clients to communicate with the defense counsel, and other officials.
- Lac La Ronge and Pine House.
- Stanley Mission covered by Stanley Mission Justice Unit.
- Assist client at first appearance
- Speak to adjournment
- Assist client to enter plea
- Assist client to speak to sentence
- Explain client responsibility regarding sentencing
- Act as liaison with support staff such as drug/alcohol counsellor, fine option, Legal Aid, and employment and training counselors.
LLRIB - HEALTH SERVICES - COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS
Community Services Programs provided by LLRIB Health Services. Follow links for detailed program descriptions.
- Community Development Program
- FASD Multi-Disciplinary Team Leader
- Medical Transportation Program
- For a full list of all LLRIBHS programs, see the program directory on 211 Saskatchewan.
See attached PDF to this entry for a directory of Health Services Contact Information.Document161.3 KB
- “PES provides client supports specific to the individual client, within a service delivery case management model, to 18-64 year old Income Assistance clients living on reserve to prepare them for the workforce. PES Case Workers provide individualized assessments and develop Mandatory Action Plans that will identify how a client plans to remove barriers to employment and develop the necessary skills and enter educational programs that lead to training and employment. ”
336 Wilson Charles Dr., La Ronge, SK - S0J 1L0
Mailing: PO BOX 850, Air Ronge S0J 3G0
Phone (Prevention and Recovery Reception Desk): 1 (306) 425-9109
Phone (Wellness Centre In-Patient Reception Desk): 1 (306) 425-1930
Toll Free: 1 (877) 425-3450
Intake Coordinator Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 1 (306) 425-1932
Fax: 1 (306) 425-1920
For more information and to contact a coordinator please see the WWC's Participant Intake Package:
- "The Wellness Center located on NE 20-70-22-W2 is a health care facility for the treatment of mental health and addictions located in La Ronge, SK on one of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band reserves. It is approximately 2000 m2 and includes a live in component for addictions and mental health treatment for up to  clients [24 bed-facility]. It also will provide pre and after care for clients with mental health concerns and clients that have been through treatment. The facility will provide a variety of care options including modern, religious and land based cultural treatment. On the site will be the main center plus cultural learning facilities including meat and medicine prep, greenhouse, garden, and sweat lodge." (Government of Canada)
- Prince Albert Programs/Resources
- Spiritual Healing Lodge - The Spiritual Healing Lodge is designed to help incarcerated persons on their healing journey.
- Holistic Wellness Centre – Treatment and service delivery focus on the mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional wellbeing of individuals/families and engages with the practice of ‘living therapy’
- PAGC Justice Unit – Directory for PAGC’s Justice programs and services
Follow links for detailed program descriptions.
- Prince Albert – 306-763-3001
- Saskatoon – 306-244-1771
“STR8UP helps members, youth, and adults within the criminal justice system become healthy responsible citizens. We support through a range of services, from addictions support and healing circles to mentorship and justice advocacy.”
STR8 Up is a community organization that works with gang affiliated individuals and provides support to help their transition and healing. Support programs include Community Outreach, Gang Violence Reduction Strategy – Community Intervention Model, and a Transitional Housing program. STR8 Up has recently extended some of their support services to the Prince Albert region.
John Howard Society Prince Albert coordinates the Adults Reintegrating in Community (ARC) Program, and the Redemption Project Program for Indigenous male youths between the ages of 16-24. John Howard Society also coordinates many other restorative justice programs in Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, and Regina.
JHSS Prince Albert Office
250 28th St. W.
Prince Albert, SK S6V 4S9
- Provincial Programs/Resources
CLASSIC - 2019-2020 Rehabilitative Alternatives to Incarceration – A Handbook of Community & Government Programs in Saskatchewan
“The purpose of this handbook is to increase awareness about community and government resources across Saskatchewan that provide rehabilitative alternatives to custodial sentences, particularly for Indigenous peoples. The manual includes information about addictions and mental health services, Alternative Measures and extrajudicial sanctions, counselling services, anger management and other programming… CLASSIC hopes the handbook will assist defence counsel in pointing to the applicability of Gladue principles while identifying alternative, rehabilitative programming for their clients. The manual may also assist judges, probation officers and parole officers in the identification of government and community-based services for individuals in conflict with the law. The ultimate aim of the manual is to reduce the representation of Indigenous people in the criminal justice system by providing viable programming alternatives that address criminogenic factors and promote healing in the lives of Indigenous people, their families and communities.”
This manual is comprehensive in its scope and programming is broken down by cities and communities. This resource will be most useful in locating rehabilitative justice programming and services anywhere in the province, and includes descriptions of those programs. Please consult the manual when investigating rehabilitative alternatives to incarcerative sentences. Please note that this manual was compiled to date as of 2020 by CLASSIC Law, therefore we cannot promise that all programs or contact information is current.
Saskatchewan's ONLY Gladue Report Writer team, Legal Aid Saskatchewan works in partnership with and provides some funding for the FASD Network's IJP. Besides providing Gladue Reports, the IJP and FASD Network can assist clients with short and long-term life/healing/educational planning, act as community and network supports, advocate for the wellbeing of clients, and identify resources:
- FASD Support Services: “Through our Support Program, we provide services to give individuals and families direct support in their daily lives. Using their in-depth understanding of FASD, our Support Workers provide individualized support and one-on-one assistance to meet the unique needs of our clients… Our Support Workers work with the individual or family to create short-term goals and determine a plan to reach these goals.”
- Integrated Justice Program: “Part of the program includes Justice Support Workers who can help individuals navigate the Saskatchewan justice system by providing advocacy, courtroom support, assistance understanding and complying with conditions, probation and parole planning, release planning, sentencing support, peer mentoring, and access to community support as well the specialized FASD supports offered by our Support Program…The overall goal of the program is to achieve better justice outcomes so individuals can be safe, supported and contributing members of their community [….]Through the Integrated Justice Program, the FASD Network currently has one of the only Gladue teams in Canada. Our staff use trauma-informed practices to prepare these submissions at no-cost to our clients. An important part of the program’s support services is preparing comprehensive release plans to help clients rejoin their communities... These plans focus on making sure a client has access to community supports that meet their needs including safe and appropriate housing, access to health services, income support and fulfilling activities.”
Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations – Health and Social Development - First Nations Addiction Rehabilitation Foundation – Treatment Centres
All Nations Healing Hospital
Fort Qu’Appelle, SK
TEL: 1-866-748-8922 or 306-322-2608
“The Saskatchewan First Nations Regional Dashboard is an information tool that contains key data points relevant to First Nations in Saskatchewan and a Resources Library. The data and data visualizations from many sources will provide users a glance at over 100 indicators and the Resources Library contains over 500 programs, services and planning resources to support First Nations in implementing their priorities.”
The provided links are just some of the many programs which may be relevant the Dashboard has helpfully consolidated.