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Ontario. Ministry of the Solicitor General, Penetanguishene, Central North Correctional Centre
Penetanguishene
This Pet Visitation Service Facilitator position reports to the Coordinator of Volunteer Services at Central North Correctional Centre (CNCC). The team (dog/facilitator) are responsible for delivering a pet visitation service to special needs offenders (including women) at CNCC in compliance with the Ministry of the Solicitor General policies and procedures. 
 
The Pet Visitation team will: 
1. Promote a more positive environment for offenders on the Specialized Care and Women’s unit who may be having troubles adjusting to institutional life; 
2. Increase levels of trust with the collaboration of facilitator and dog; 
3. Reduce levels of stress through the companionship of facilitator and dog; 
4. Ease levels of anxiety and loneliness through interaction with facilitator and dog.
Elizabeth Fry Society Simcoe Muskoka, Volunteer Program
volunteers meet with the youth, their parents/support person and provide meaningful sanctions to the youth * volunteers must provide an up to date criminal record check and attend training
Victim Services of Peterborough and Northumberland, Peterborough, Victim Crisis Assistance Ontario
Peterborough OPP Detachment; satellite offices at Cobourg and Campbellford OPP Detachments.
Victim Services Volunteer Responders work as part of a crisis team. Volunteer Responders provide immediate and on-site direct service to individuals with the intent to help lessen the impact of victimization. This may include but is not limited to: supportive listening, helping a person to prioritize needs, providing accompaniment to an emergency shelter or hospital, making phone calls or helping to secure premises. Volunteer Responders also ensure information about long-term services is made available to victims.
Peterborough Reintegration Services
Peterborough and area - call for more information
* With a group of 3-4 other volunteers you will provide support to a former inmate helping them re-integrate into the community.  
* This will include weekly meetings at the beginning and lest frequently over time.  
* May also include practical support such as going for coffee, help with shopping or providing transportation and moral support for important appointments.  
* 1-2 hours per week to start, decreasing as time passes. 
* Training provided.