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For those residents who have used alcohol or drugs recently or who are post-suspensions, curfew and leave privileges are as follows:

For those residents who have not used alcohol or drugs recently, curfew and leave privileges are as follows:

  • 3 days of stabilization during which no outings are permitted (medical purposes excepted).
  • 21:00 curfew for the first week of residency.
  • 4-hour passes throughout the first 2 weeks.
  • 22:00 curfew the second week
  • After 2 weeks, 8-hour weekend passes (resident must phone in every 4 hours) and the possibility of occasional curfew extension to 23:00.
For those residents who are on Unescorted Temporary Absences (UTAs) or who have a residency condition imposed by the National Parole Board, curfew and leave privileges are as follows:

  • 4 days of stabilization during which no outings are permitted (medical purposes excepted).
  • Next 10 days with limited leave privileges - 5 passes for a maximum of 2 hours each which must be approved by a counsellor.
  • 21:00 curfew for the entire length of the residency.
  • One daily 2-hour pass during the third week of residency (in addition to one daily 2-hour pass to frequent the YMCA).
  • One daily 4-hour pass by the fourth week (in addition to one daily 4-hour pass to frequent the YMCA).


Standard sign-out rules for all residents:

  • All leave privileges subject to change if problems arise.
  • 21:00 curfew for all residents on Monday evenings.
  • Residents are responsible for informing MDH every time their destination changes.
  • Residents must contact MDH every 4 hours.
  • Call-ins from cellular phones are not permitted.
  • Regular phone checks are made by staff to verify residents' destinations.
  • A counsellor must approve passes and all curfew extensions.