Citizens committed to the betterment of our communities

The Canadian judicial and penal systems emphasize the social reintegration of offenders. However, we must recognize that there is a discrepancy between this philosophy and reality: in the community, people who have been sentenced are confronted with a series of restrictive elements.

Knowing that the sentence ordered to an individual has been carried out, why inflict a second sanction that compromises his social and community reintegration?

More than 15 years ago, the Comité consultatif clientèle judiciarisée adulte (CCCJA) initiated, in collaboration with the Association des services de réhabilitation sociale du Québec (ASRSQ), a training and awareness project entitled "Les impacts du casier judiciaire".

Visit the project's website to learn more about the subject.

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The Organization

Dedicated to the social reintegration of offenders for over 50 years

The Association des services de réhabilitation sociale du Québec (ASRSQ) is a social reintegration community action organization working in the criminal justice field and dedicated to the social reintegration of offenders.

It brings together 68 non-profit community organizations with people in conflict with the legal system. The ASRSQ aims to promote crime prevention through community action (release on parole, work options, halfway houses, suspended sentences, combating delinquency, etc.). The ASRSQ also supports and promotes citizen participation in handling issues related to the justice system

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Podcast - Les voix de la réhabilitation

"Les voix de la réhabilitation" is a podcast produced by ASRSQ.

The official launch is scheduled for 2022. Stay tuned!

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