Women applying to become In-House Volunteers, Childcare or Special Service volunteers working in the house must be sober for at least two years. In accordance with the ON Criminal Records Review Act, implemented on January 1, 1996, a criminal record check is mandatory for anyone who works with children in organizations that receive operating funds from the provincial government. Thus, criminal record checks are required from all potential volunteers working out of the house and for Community Office volunteers.
House of Sophrosyne is committed to protecting the privacy of personal information in our possession or under our control in accordance with the Personal Protection Act (PIPA). PIPA regulates the way we collect, use, keep, secure and disclose personal information. The information in the application is used for appropriate volunteer placement. This information is stored in a locked cabinet.