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Pact Futures

www.prisonadvice.org.uk

020 7735 9535

29 Peckham Road
London
SE5 8UA

Pact Futures works with offenders and their families to provide support services in a number of Criminal Justice settings.

Restorative Solutions CIC

www.restorativesolutions.org.uk

CWorthington-Hollowbread@restorativesolutions.org.uk

07375085762

5th Floor, Sir Henry Mitchell House
4 Manchester Road
Bradford
BD5 0QL

Restorative Solutions CIC is committed to supporting frontline practitioners working in the community and the public sector by creating and managing innovative programmes, delivering training and services to enable the use of restorative practice. It works nationally and locally with organisations to make restorative approaches accessible to all.

Safer Lives

www.saferlives.com

SW&P Accountancy, 2nd Floor, 11 Station Road
Leeds
LS18 5PA

Safer Lives provides emotional support and therapeutic interventions to men under investigation for committing sexual offences. It also provides help and guidance to their families. Suicide rates for this demographic is high and whilst Safer Lives never tries to justify their behaviours it does help people to change their behaviours and problematic thoughts.

St Giles Trust

www.stgilestrust.org.uk

kelly.ormston@stgilestrust.org.uk

0113 819 5911

St Giles Trust aims to break the cycle of disadvantage, crime and prison, to create safer communities by supporting people to change their lives. It currently works with 15,000 people a year in prisons and communities across the UK, and has particular expertise in working with those who face the most complex barriers to making progress. There are 4 pillars around which St Giles Trust's work is centred: Somewhere to live; Something to work for; Positive relations; Support from someone who has been there.

The Lippy People Charitable Trust

www.lippypeople.org

The Lippy People Charitable Trust's mission is to support people who are socially and economically disadvantaged to develop their capacity and skills to overcome their inequalities through films and digital storytelling, coaching, mentoring and enterprise development.

Together Women Project

www.togetherwomen.org

Together Women Project supports women experiencing multiple needs, disadvantage and exclusion. Together Women Project helps women make positive changes by providing the support and advice they need. Its women only centres can help them deal with a range of issues.
Who they work with: WomenOffenders/Ex-offenders

Victim Support Wakefield

www.victimsupport.org.uk

0300 303 1971

19-25 Wood Street
Wakefield
WF1 2EL

Support victims and witnesses of crime both in the community and in court.

Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire Circles of Support and Accountability

www.yhlcosa.org.uk

01904 630911

Priory Street Centre
15 Priory Street
York
YO1 6ET

Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire Circles of Support and Accountability is a community response to sexual offending, working in partnership with criminal justice agencies. Its mission is to reduce the risk of future sexual offences by supporting individuals who have committed sexual offences previously, thus keeping the community safe and creating no more victims.