Ste. Anne Residence

John Howard Society of Ottawa

259 Ste. Anne Street
Ottawa Ontario
K1L 7C3

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  • Phone 613-749-7047
  • Fax 613-749-6207

Main Contact

  • Name Eric Corneau
  • Position Residential Coordinator
  • Phone 613-749-7047
  • Email

Programs & Services


The Ste. Anne Residence focuses on community re-integration, employment and/or education, and community treatment. Residents are expected to maintain employment and/or follow an academic program or participate in a treatment plan. Supports for residents include case-management planning, crisis, motivational and supportive counselling; literacy and academic upgrading; pre-employment and employment supports, and daily living and life skills programming, including financial guidance and maintaining pro-social attitudes and behaviour change.

Case Management:

Successful re-integration of offenders into the Ottawa community is the goal of the Ste. Anne’s Residence. Ongoing assessment and case planning provides the tools for case managers to help residences reach their personal and professional goals, provide current reports on each participant, work collaboratively with the Ottawa Parole Office, the Ottawa Police Service, and other community service providers.

Ste. Anne Residence


This residential program provides twenty-five, self-contained bachelor apartments to federal offenders who require a supportive living environment while they transition from incarceration to independent, pro-social, community living.

Ste. Anne’s admission criteria accepts offenders who are statutory release with a residency condition or are LTSO/DO status. Acceptance to the CRF is subject to a positive community assessment team review.

  • Beds 25
  • Population Adult Males
  • Age 18 and older
  • Criteria Statutory Release with Residency and Long Term Supervison Order with Residency