Since 1981, CJA (Community Justice Alternatives) Durham has provided Durham Region residents with:
These programs and services
- Contribute toward the prevention of crime
- Develop safer communities
- Address social issues and the rehabilitation of offenders, and
- Promote stronger communication and healthier family well-being
We operate with a staff of 5 employees, 2 administrative volunteers, and over 20 other volunteers and annually handle over hundreds of clients in the Durham Region. Partially funded by the Ontario Ministry of Children, Community & Social Services and the Ministry of The Solicitor General, we rely on donations from local churches, community groups, individuals and businesses and municipal grants to operate efficiently.