Who we are

Partners in re-integration

The Prairie Region Halfway House Association (PRHHA) was founded in 2003 in order to contribute towards a more effective justice system. The PRHHA membership is comprised of community-based residential service providers as well as various governmental agencies and stakeholders who work together to promote and facilitate community-based criminal justice services and resources.

Making communities safer

PRHHA is committed to improving the safety of all prairie communities by ensuring the successful reintegration and rehabilitation of offenders.

Successful re-integration is our mission

Our mission is to ensure the safe, successful reintegration of offenders into the community through the use of evidence-based programs tailored to suit the needs of our clients. PRHHA advocates for improvements in training, funding, and support strategies for community-based residential facilities.

Helping residents help themselves

Our members strive to ensure that offenders released into communities are equipped with the skills and resources they need to become successful, productive community members. We aim to provide culturally-sensitive and gender-specific programs designed to address the specific needs of diverse groups. Effective programming strategies will contribute to increased public safety by ensuring the safe transition of offenders into the community. Effective consultation practices will help to ensure that our facilities maintain strong ties with local communities.