Elizabeth Fry Society of Saint John NB Inc

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-635-8851
Toll Free Phone 866-301-8800
After Hours Phone 506-635-8851: Leave a Message. Calls returned as soon as possible.
E-Mail efry@nb.aibn.com
Website www.efrysj.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/The-Elizabeth-Fry-Society-of-Saint-John-NB-Inc-173421546050588/
Primary Contact Judy Murphy, Executive Director, Elizabeth Fry Society of Saint John NB Inc.; Phone: 506-635-8851 * 506-645-8665; Email: efry@nb.aibn.com
Primary Executive Sarah Campbell, President, Elizabeth Fry Society of Saint John NB Inc.; Email: sarah.campbell@horizonnb.ca
Mailing Address c/o The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saint John NB 
PO Box 23012 
Saint John, NB 
Canada E2J 4M1
Description & Services
Description of service(s) The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saint John NB supports women and their families affected by social-economic factors that may contribute to their being involved with the criminal justice system. Through EFry’s advocacy work, education, community relationships and direct service, women and their families gain strength and resiliency to make positive changes for themselves and their communities.  
My Place - My Place Apartments is a community-based facility offering supportive transitional housing. My Place provides a safe, supportive, and healing environment for women who are integrating into the community by creating an individualized, goal-oriented plan and connecting them with wrap-around services to achieve personal success.  
Free to Work - This project offers a comprehensive and collaborative approach to assisting women who are criminalized address the barriers posed by the record suspension process. 
Bursaries - EFry offers two opportunities for financial support for women who may be criminalized to realize their education and employment goals: The Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies (CAEFS) distributes a Memorial Bursary; EFry Endowment Fund offers annual assistance to women in the Greater Saint John area wishing to further their education to find employment. 
Nova Advocacy – Individual advocacy support and preparation for parole board hearings and release planning. Toll free phone lines are set up to NBWCC and Nova Institution for Women. 
Mother-Child Read Aloud - In this program, mothers are recorded reading aloud and the recordings and books are sent back to their children and the children’s caregiver. 
Singing My Way Home - EFrySJ introduced song writing to women at NBWCC to provide opportunities for them to experience positive choices for themselves and turn negative events and feelings into something healing and meaningful. Through song writing, sharing stories, singing, laughter and tears, 4 co-facilitators/songwriters—Rachael Grant, Moon Joyce, and Mi’gmaq Gopit Clan Mothers, Cynthia and Constance Sewell—invited women to connect with others and feel a sense of empowerment and purpose. With Symphony NB, Moon and Rachael shared women’s songs and stories at a concert at NBWCC and at the Imperial Theatre in Saint John with guest singers Elder Maggie Paul and Jessica Rhaye. Music was scored by Andrew Reed Miller of SNB. The project was supported by the National Arts Council. 
Weekly Walking Group – Please contact EFrySJ for more information. 
Clothing Inside/Outside – Please contact EFrySJ for more information. 
Creative Pathways to Healthy Aging: Seniors and Youth Engage - An arts-based intergenerational learning (ABIL) project that uses the arts as a vehicle to provide an opportunity for knowledge exchange, artistic expression, enhanced social wellness, and community building between seniors and youth. 
Individual and Small Group Programs such as Healthy Relationships, Stop Shoplifting, New Beginnings, and Conflict Management for Women. 
Court navigation for women and their families – Please contact EFrySJ for more information. 
Aspects of Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Personal Development. 
Townhalls - We offer public gatherings to deepen understanding of the systemic issues that draw women into the justice system. We reach out to our communities to help change the dialogue about effective solutions. 
Special Events - Please contact us to discuss presentations at your agency or school.
Hours Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:00 pm 
To see someone specifically, please call in advance to set up a time.
Areas Served New Brunswick ; Atlantic Canada
Eligibility Ages: 100 year(s) and under
Languages English ; French
Fees None
Location information
Located In Community Saint John
Address & Map
75 Adelaide St
Saint John, NB
Canada E2K 1W4
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Accessibility Partially Accessible ; Partially Accessible; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (51) Registered Charity
Meetings Board meetings monthly (excluding summer)
Service Categories Court Orientation Programs ; General Victim Impact Programs ; Mothers ~ Offenders ; Offenders ~ Women

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