Releasing Hope: Stories of Transition from Prison to Community narrates the stories of women following their release from prison, and focuses on participatory and community research that promotes education, awareness, health, and change. Read More
The Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education is a group committed to encouraging and facilitating collaborative opportunities for health, education, research, service and advocacy, to enhance the well-being and reintegration of individuals in custody, their families and communities.
Unlocking the Gates
The Unlocking the Gates program is for men and women being released from prison in British Columbia.
Peer Health Mentors are people who have been incarcerated and have successfully reintegrated into the community. Peer Health Mentors draw on their own experience and knowledge to support recently released individuals in addressing challenges and overcoming barriers.