We are happy that you are taking the first step in rebuilding your life, and that you have decided to start this journey with us.
We are proud to offer a wide selection of holistic services in tandem with our extensive list of community partners. We are also excited to be assisting you in this journey. As we walk step by step with you, we hope to assist you in accomplishing your goals and in setting a foundation for your new life.
Please note that all programming streams are available to all registrants except for our H.A.L Program. Our H.A.L Program is only available to those identifying as a victim or survivor of crime, or are experiencing loss or grief due to criminal activity.
To register for our programs, please fill out our intake form. A Program Facilitator will contact you regarding the next steps within 48 to 72 business hours.
Counselling and Mental Health Supports
Revitaled offers informal counselling supports. Our informal “counsellingship” program is a blend between mentorship and counselling. With this individualized program, our Counselling Lead will help releasees to understand the root causes of their past decisions, and develop a plan to prevent re-offence. Our informal counsellingship program takes place through one-on-one sessions, optional faith-based counselling, and support groups.
Counsellingship is also offered to victims and survivors of crime and their families. All counselling supports are developed from a person-centred approach.
We hope to launch our free culturally-informed psychotherapy sessions, and a lived-experience mentorship program for releasees soon.
Housing Support Program
As of April 2023, this program is currently under revision; however, we are offering referrals and warm transfers for housing support.
As of April 2023, this program is currently under revision; however, we are offering referrals and warm transfers for employment support.
We develop resources to help clients and practitioners to use expand their learning. We provide these resources in the form of recorded workshops, resource guides, check lists and more. The topics we base our resources on varies and can include, but is not limited to:
- Nutrition and healthy living
- Financial literacy
- Positive communication and relationship building
- Parenting and reconnecting with family
- And more!
Our resources are, and will always remain, free.
We encourage all service users to follow our e-newsletter, What’s Good in the Neighbourhood, to get monthly notifications on tools, resources, and information on essential community services.
We aim to provide various forms of support to the community, including access to products, resources and supplies to assist them and their families. Check out the recap video of our most recent outreach campaign, our 2021 Access the Holidays initiative, below!
Everyday Living Assistance
As of April 2023, this program is currently under revision; however, we are offering referrals and warm transfers for various community supports.
The Hope After Loss (H.A.L) Program
To provide support for individuals and families that have been impacted by violence, we have launched a support program called H.A.L, which stands for Hope After Loss. To learn more, click the button below.
The road may seem lonely now, but with our guidance and prayers
we know that God will be with you throughout this entire process.