Audley (AJ) Rainford

Audley has worked in the social service field for the past 18 years, supported people who have special needs in a residential and shelter locations throughout the greater Toronto area. For the past 13 years, he has worked as a Program Manager in Christian Horizons and a Residential Manager at The Salvation Army-Broadview.  In both positions, he managed teams of staff who were responsible for people with special needs with behavioural challenges in a residential setting.

Audley currently works part-time for The Salvation Army Peel Services as a Supervisor.  Currently, he is working with young people at a youth shelter. Audley plans a safe and nurturing environment for men, women, youth and children.  Assessed the unique strengths and needs of youth and families, and modified programming and case management to intervene effectively.

Audley volunteers with True North Aboriginal; a non profit agency that helps supports the community of Mishkeegogamang, where he runs a sports camp for a week in the summer.

Audley went to Redeemer University for Psychology and has a post grad dual diagnosis certificate for theory and practice at George Brown College.