The Youth Justice Worker provides programming to youth involved in the criminal justice and/or child welfare systems in the GTA and surrounding areas. The programs embrace the principles of restorative justice in the design and delivery of justice alternatives. The Youth Justice Worker contributes to the development of a framework of community-based interventions that respond to individual client vulnerabilities and address prevention, rehabilitation, integration and reparation of harm to victims and
The Youth Justice Worker is responsible for intake; assessment; case management; program development; group facilitation; research, develop, assign and monitor appropriate community sanctions and community work placements, assessment of risk from the client and community safety perspective; tracking client progress through regular contact with the client and service providers; monitor operations; resolve and report incidents of non-compliance; completion of statistical reports; representing the agency with Ministry officials; selection and supervision of students on placement from Community Colleges.
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