As many as 200,000 Canadians will experience homelessness each year.


The Kamloops and District Elizabeth Fry Society served over 23, 000 clients through all its programs last year.

— Annual Report

Community Justice

The Kamloops and District Elizabeth Fry Society offers several programs and services to meet the needs of clients in Kamloops, to do this we have three focus areas of programming: Community Justice, Housing, and Women and Youth Support.

The Kamloops and District Elizabeth Fry Society is committed to improving and addressing issues related to justice, particularly as they are relevant to individuals within the community of Kamloops. These programs and services work to address issues related to poverty, homelessness and criminalization on an individual, social and structural level by minimizing barriers that individuals may experience, by meeting the diverse needs of marginalized people in the community, and by fostering the individual’s personal growth and self sufficiency. The following Community Justice programs and services are available.

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Legal Aid

Poverty Law Advocacy Program

Courtwork Program

Changing the Face of Poverty

Library/ Pretrial Program- Kamloops Regional Correctional Centre