2021-2025 Community Safety & Well-Being Plan

Phase 2 of the Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) process is complete and a CSWB Plan has been submitted to the Province. 

Read the Community Safety & Well-Being Plan

2021 respect. awards

Visit the respect. page to learn about the 2021 award recipients who exemplify the principles of respect. in our community. 

COVID-19 resource directory for service providers 

The COVID-19 Resource Directory for Service Providers is a compilation of some regional, provincial and national COVID-19-related resources for service providers. The directory provides resources and links on the following sectors: health, mental health, housing, justice, crime prevention, trauma, technology, food security, finances, harm reduction, and newcomers/refugees, as well as tips for working remotely and online learning courses.  

For additional information on local agencies, use 211 Ontario North to find the agency of interest and link to their website. Several agencies in Thunder Bay have dedicated COVID-19 pages outlining service continuations, disruptions and/or suspensions. For City of Thunder Bay service information visit www.thunderbay.ca/a-z.

Thank you to the following participating organizations for the ongoing development of the COVID-19 Resource Directory: Crime Prevention Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay Drug Strategy, Canadian Mental Health Association, Lakehead Social Planning Council, Human Services & Justice Coordinating Committee, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and 211 Ontario North.

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Join the Community Safety & Well-Being Thunder Bay newsletter to stay informed on the latest initiatives in crime prevention, community safety and well-being. You can learn more about special events, profiles on people making a difference and much more!

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About us

The Thunder Bay Community Safety & Well-Being Council (CSWB) is a local government approach to crime prevention, community safety and well-being. Municipalities are at the grassroots level, closest to citizens, and understand best how to improve community safety.

The CSWB uses an evidence-based, social development approach effective in addressing the many risk factors known to be at the root of crime. Crime prevention recognizes that multiple complex social, economic, health and environmental factors lead to criminal behaviour and victimization.

Our Council is made up of members representing many sectors, bringing to the table experts in social services, education, enforcement, child welfare, justice, mental health, substance use, Indigenous services, victim services, youth services and much more.

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