Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of becoming a member of the Ontario Community Justice Association?
Being a member allows you to keep abreast of what is happening in the justice community, network with others facing the same challenges to explore options for solutions and be part of a larger voice for service providers provincially. OCJA representatives attend: Adult Services Committee, allowing members that are unable to attend themselves to know what is being discussed at the tables.
How does the Ontario Community Justice Association make an impact for community service providers?
By providing an opportunity to network with other service providers to work collectively to resolve systemic issues, offering training opportunities unique to this sector.
What does my agency receive when becoming a member of the Ontario Community Justice Association?
As a member your agency has password access to the full OCJA website, opportunities to participate on committees and invitations to all association functions. Not only will your agency become an active member of our organization but you will receive receipt of executive minutes, liaison with funding Ministries, the
right to hold office, input into policy making, networking and voting privileges during our annual general meeting.
How much does it cost to become a member of the Ontario Community Justice Association?
There are two types of membership available, Individual Membership $75.00 a year or Agency Membership at $250.00. If you purchase an Agency Membership, please designate 2 members to be listed on the OCJA Membership list. All members of your Agency will receive the same benefits, but will not individually be named on our membership list.
How do I become a member of the Executive Committee, if interested?
*Membership Application - click here