Harold McNeill House Supportive Reintegration Residence
(Established 1972)

The house is a 5 bed supportive reintegration residence which provides housing for young men...
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Murray McKinnon House
(Established 1986)

This facility provides short term placement for young males in conflict with the law...
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Oakwood House
(Established 1987)

This facility provides short term placement and programs for young women in conflict with the law...
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M.A.C. Non-Residential Attendance Centre
(Established 2005)

This centre focuses on the criminogenic risk and need factors of the young person...
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Reintegration Support Outreach Program
(Established 1996)

The program is committed to supporting clients and families as they navigate through the Youth Justice System...
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Ajax Learning Centre
(Established 2010)

This alternative education program services young persons who are involved with Youth Justice Services in the Ajax/Pickering area...
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Murray McKinnon Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization was established in 1972 to provide a caring and supportive environment to young men and women who are in conflict with the law or at risk of youth justice involvement.

Our goal is to empower today's youth to reach their full human potential and to enable them to successfully reintegrate and become productive members of society.

Murray McKinnon Foundation uses a strength based approach in our work. Youth are encouraged to set individual goals and staff members support them in enhancing their own strengths and resiliency.