We provide specific housing and support for women to help them live crime-free.
Women face unique challenges in the Criminal Justice System. Sadly, 1 in 3 women in prison have suffered sexual abuse and over half have been the victims of domestic violence.* Rates of self-harm and suicide tend to be higher than for their male counterparts.
Women are often the main caregivers as well so when women are imprisoned, this has a significant impact on the family.
Our approach is person focused, supportive and empowering and helps women to tackle the issues that led them into crime as well as build up their self-worth and self-belief.
We help women to:
- Address substance abuse and addictions
- Access support for mental health issues
- Manage a home, budget and maintain a tenancy
- Become reunited with their family and children (wherever possible)
- Improve their health and wellbeing
- Access training, education and employment
Read about our clients’ stories.
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To make a referral click here.*Prison Reform Trust: Bromley Briefing Corston, J. (2007) The Corston Report, London: Home Office