Aimed at ex-offenders who have recently left prison, the ‘Getting Settled’ program provides important practical steps along the road to community and family reintegration. We will receive referrals from the London Probation Service, regarding tri-borough ex-offenders who may be eligible. Those accepted will leave the program with:
- A career plan
- An updated CV
- Improved interview skills
- Housing and employment advice
- General health advice
- Details of local services
- A dedicated mentor for 6 months to help implement the career plan
We are no longer receiving new applications for this project, however if you are interested, please provide your email address or call 020 7952 1245, and we will do all we can to support you in any other way.
- Are you a woman?
- Are you an ex-offender or a family member of an offender?
- Are you living in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham?
If you have answered ‘yes’ to all three questions, they this project is for you!
The Women Empowerment & Wellbeing project will focus on three areas of support:
- Physical Well-Being – Free weekly Zumba classes
- Mental Well-Being – One-to-one counselling slot every week
- Practical Skills – Quarterly workshops dealing with a range of relevant topics
If you would like to sign up to this project, please contact us using the information on our contact page and we will get back to you shortly!
- Are you between 18-28 years old?
- Are you an ex-offender or a family member of an ex-offender?
- Are you based in London?
If you have answered ‘yes’ to the above, then you may be eligible for our Making Headway project.
The Making Headway project is divided into three stages (Look! Prep! Go!) in which participants are mentored to help achieve their reasonable goals:
The effects of crime are hugely damaging: firstly to the victims and ultimately to society at large. PAN is working with key organisations, as well as managing projects of its own, to help ensure ex-offenders wanting to change for the better are given the opportunity to do so.
People Arise Now offers courses on employability skills as well as counselling and mentorship to help ex-offenders re-integrate with society and assist with their general rehabilitation. If you are an ex-offender and you wish to apply for a place on the PAN program, please contact us on 020 7952 1245 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are an ex-offender or a family member of someone who is or has been involved in the criminal justice system, and you need to talk, please feel free to call us on 020 7962 1245, Mondays, 2pm – 4pm.
For our records, we will need to ask you some questions, however please be assured that we will treat your information will the utmost confidentiality.
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