Trailblazers Mentoring works to reduce reoffending in young adults by helping them change their attitude, thinking and behaviour through intensive mentoring, advice, advocacy and specialist support.
The New Leaf Initiative is a local, grassroots community interest company working to support people with convictions away from crime and into work. New Leaf offers training and education, sign-posting, work experience and programmes which coach, develop and rehabilitate people.
The Thames Valley Partnership works to ensure victims of crime, those involved in criminal activity, and families impacted by crime have the support they need to take control of their lives and make positive changes.
The St Giles Trust aims to help break the cycle of prison, crime and disadvantage and create safer communities by supporting people to change their lives. It uses expertise and real-life past experiences to empower people
The Shannon Trust trains people in prison who can read to teach their peers who can’t.
Samaritans trains people in prison to provide emotional support to their peers, with the aim of reducing self-harm and suicide.
Restore Support Network provides personalised one-to-one support for older people in prison prior to release, as well as for people with criminal convictions in the community who are over 50 years of age and have physical, mental health or social care needs.
RECOOP promotes the care, resettlement and rehabilitation of older people who have committed crimes, in prison and in the community.
Project 507 is a social enterprise that develops evidence-based solutions to address violence within the criminal justice system and community.
The New Bridge Foundation supports volunteers to befriend people in prison by exchanging letters and visiting, creating links between prisons and the community to reduce reoffending
Through mentoring, group activities, community building and co-production, Community Led Initiatives removes barriers to community inclusion for people who are socially excluded, facing complex issues such as drug and alcohol misuse, homelessness, offending and mental ill-health.
Circles of Support and Accountability (Circles) build safer communities through local volunteers working with people who have committed sexual offences to minimise alienation, support reintegration and so prevent sexual reoffending.
KeyRing is an adult social care provider that helps people to live independently in England and Wales.
The Care Leavers’ Association is a national user led charity aimed at improving the lives of care leavers of all ages. It brings together the voices and experiences of care leavers to support care leavers of all ages, improve the current care system and change for the better society’s perception of people in care.