Monday thru Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
TO COORDINATE THE INTER-AGENCY CASE PLANNING FOR AT-RISK YOUTH AND UTILIZE COMMUNITY AND FAMILY RESOURCES TO SUPPORT THESE YOUTH.
Clients are Justice involved individuals between the ages of 18-99 residing in the City or Rural Municipality of Dauphin and surrounding areas including Villages and Rural Municipalities of Ochre River, Winnipegosis, Ethelbert, Grandview, Gilbert Plains and Valley River First Nation.
Individuals will be referred by Manitoba Justice Community Safety Division, including, Custody Corrections, Probation Services, Rehabilitation Services and Restorative Justice, Manitoba Justice Prosecution Services and/or R.C.M.P. or other policing agencies. Re-START will also accept self-referrals.
Parkland Crisis Centre at 204 638 9484
Health Links at 1 800 315 9257
DART recommends parents get to know the people their children are spending time with and where they are going.
The Coordinator assists the parent/guardian to create a "triage list" of places to check when their child has not returned home and service providers on the youth's team can use their knowledge to provide needed information to police should the youth be reported missing.
Parents are encouraged to give their child rides, to ask questions about who they are going to be with and to get to know their friends' parents.
This information is also used to create a safety plan with the youth and parents which can include a variety of ways to connect with each other. The list will also provide needed information for the police if they need to become involved, making the chances of locating the youth much higher and more expedient, for the DART Program this has meant a return of 100% of the clients reported missing.
Re-START, based on the START Model, is a Community Mobilization Initiative that provides a coordinated interagency case planning program for adults that are Justice involved. Re-START utilizes community and family resources to intervene, plan for and support these individuals.
Re-START coordinates a multi-agency case planning approach for Justice involved individuals utilizing community and family resources to support these individuals to address criminogenic needs. Through a planned approach, clients will set goals; plan steps to reach those goals, refrain from further involvement in the Justice System.
210 1st Avenue North East
Dauphin, MB R7N 1A7
Phone: 204 638 4882 (Confidential voicemail)
Provide coordination of interagency case planning and advocacy
Assist with obtaining personal identification
Assist with some school or employment related costs
Assist with completing applications for treatment programs, schooling and government services.
Supporting adults who are Justice Involved in creating and reaching positive goals
Re-START utilizes community and family resources to intervene, plan for and support clients
To assist our clients to reduce their involvement in the Justice System by supporting positive behaviours through creating and achieving meaningful goals·
Ensure all services relevant to the client are being accessed
There are numerous resources available in our region and, at times, it can be overwhelming to navigate to find the most suitable one to fit your needs.
If you would like to know more about the resources in our region, please contact us either by telephone or email and we would be happy to assist you.