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Re-Unite South London

Re-Unite South London is delivered by Housing for Women and was the original Re-Unite pilot project and is still going strong. The project provides in-reach to three prisons – East Sutton Park, Holloway and Send and offers resettlement properties in Greenwich, Southwark and Lewisham – providing families with stable and safe accommodation together, with all the support they need.

The project aims to provide families with the time, space and support necessary to re-establish themselves as a self-sufficient and productive family unit. The family is then usually ready and able to move into independent accommodation within 12 months of release.

Women who are accepted onto the Re-Unite South London programme will meet the following criteria:

  • A local connection to the London boroughs of Southwark, Greenwich, or Lewisham (and want to live there on release). If no connection to these boroughs then women must have previously experienced domestic violence and wish to re-locate to one of these boroughs.
  • Children in the care of social services or family and have a realistic hope of being re-united soon after release.
  • In need of suitable accommodation and support in order to be re-united with her children on release.
  • Must be over 18 years old.
  • Must have less than 12 months of her sentence left to serve.
  • Must have no diagnosis of severe mental health problems.
  • Must really want to change her life.

For more information or if you would like to make a referral please visit the Re-Unite South London website or contact us using the details below.

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Re-Unite Greater Manchester

Re-Unite Greater Manchester is delivered by Threshold who provide in-reach support  to women leaving custody. The service is currently accessed at HMP Styal and neighbouring approved premises. Referrals are also accepted from women leaving custody who will be returning to the Greater Manchester area. The programme utilises its close working relationships with a range of local partners and organisations, including the local Probation service. Threshold  is part of the New Charter housing group one of the largest social landlords in the area who support the delivery of the different elements of the Re-Unite programme.

Threshold works in a holistic way to support vulnerable and socially excluded people to achieve their individual goals at their own pace in their own communities. Threshold has a strong track record of delivering services to both offender groups and vulnerable people. The Re unite programme fits well with the services already offered by Threshold, including well-established women’s services, supported housing schemes, floating support and other services across Greater Manchester.

Re-Unite Greater Manchester has a real advantage in terms of accessing suitable homes for the families on the programme. Threshold through its strong links with local housing providers, including the private rented sector are able to identify and access suitable accommodation for the women and children accessing the service.

The service aims to support the women and children in building confidence and the necessary life skills to enable them live independently within the local community

For more information or if you would like to make a referral please contact us using the details below.

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Re-Unite West Yorkshire

Re-Unite South West Yorkshire is delivered by Together Women’s project, who also deliver Re-unite in two other locations. They operate in HMP/YOIs Newhall and Askham Grange and supports women settling in and around Leeds and Bradford.

TWP centres are women only, safe and confidential environments to explore issues and gain skills that enable women to take control of their lives. TWP offers support on a one to one and group work basis for a range of issues including children & families, emotional issues, mental & physical health, substance misuse, accommodation, self-esteem, domestic abuse, finance, benefit & debt and education, training & employment. They offer free on-site childcare provision staffed by qualified workers.

For more information or if you would like to make a referral please contact us using the details below.

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Re-Unite Humberside

Re-Unite South Humberside is delivered by Together Women’s project, who also deliver Re-unite in two other locations. They operate in HMP/YOIs Newhall and Askham Grange and supports women settling in and around Hull.

TWP centres are women only, safe and confidential environments to explore issues and gain skills that enable women to take control of their lives. TWP offers support on a one to one and group work basis for a range of issues including children & families, emotional issues, mental & physical health, substance misuse, accommodation, self-esteem, domestic abuse, finance, benefit & debt and education, training & employment. They offer free on-site childcare provision staffed by qualified workers.

For more information or if you would like to make a referral please contact us using the details below.

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Re-Unite South Yorkshire

Re-Unite South Yorkshire is delivered by Together Women’s project, who also deliver Re-unite in two other locations. They operate in HMP/YOIs Newhall and Askham Grange and supports women settling in and around Sheffield.

TWP centres are women only, safe and confidential environments to explore issues and gain skills that enable women to take control of their lives. TWP offers support on a one to one and group work basis for a range of issues including children & families, emotional issues, mental & physical health, substance misuse, accommodation, self-esteem, domestic abuse, finance, benefit & debt and education, training & employment. They offer free on-site childcare provision staffed by qualified workers.

For more information or if you would like to make a referral please contact us using the details below.

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Re-Unite Birmingham

Re-Unite Birmingham is delivered by Anawim who operates in four prisons -Drake Hall, Foston Hall and Eastwood Park and works in partnership with Midland Heart Housing Association.

During Anawim’s twenty five year history it has grown into an organisation that works with women from across Birmingham who are facing a range of difficulties. An important part of the service is the provision for women with children; the Family Service includes an on-site crèche staffed by trained child care workers and parenting advice for mothers. Referrals are received from Social Services and local children’s centres.

The Centre also operates as a one-stop shop, with a wide range of services on offer for women, for example, Birmingham Settlement provides a specialist money advisor on site as well as a mental health team. There are also a variety of courses, from the therapeutic to the academic and vocational (including accredited).

“Our aim is to help the women achieve their goals, gain independence and reach their full potential. We continue to develop our expertise, always looking for new and innovative approaches and ways of working and using knowledge gained in one area of our work to inform others.  The Re-unite program makes an important contribution to this process”. (Joy Doal, Chief Executive)

For more information or if you would like to make a referral please contact us using the details below.

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Re-Unite Gloucestershire

Re-Unite Gloucestershire is delivered by the Nelson Trust Women’s Centre and is funded by the J Paul Getty Junior Charitable Trust. The project works in partnership with local housing providers, including the private rented sector. It provides in-reach support to women at Eastwood Park Prison and has some links with Send prison.

The Nelson Trust Women’s Centre itself was established by the Nelson Trust in 2010 to address the needs of women at risk of reoffending. Support is provided in a safe, women-only environment where staff can assist in identifying women’s needs and finding strategies and solutions to support them.

The Nelson Trust Women’s Centre works in partnership and shares space with offender managers and with organisations including Family Focus.

For more information or if you would like to make a referral please contact us using the details below.

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Re-Unite Sussex

Re-Unite Sussex is delivered by Brighton Women’s Centre operates in Bronzefield Prison and supports women settling across Sussex. They are currently in negotiation with Brighton and Hove City Council to explore appropriate housing options for Re-Unite clients. They operate in HMP Bronzefield.

Re-Unite is a new development within the Inspire partnership. The Inspire partnership is lead by Brighton Women’s Centre (BWC). BWC has a forty year history of supporting and empowering vulnerable women to improve their life chances through the provision of integrated services. BWC offers a range of support services to women across Sussex including a pre-school, drop-ins, financial inclusion, counselling and mentoring services as well as a range of courses including holistic therapies, life skills, personal development and creative arts.

Inspire operates a one-stop shop for women at all stages of involvement in the Criminal Justice System with co-located specialist support from a range of partner agencies including domestic violence from RISE; mental health from Threshold BHT and Independent Sexual Violence Advisors from Survivor’s Network. Women who practice sex working or who have drug and alcohol issues can access Brighton Oasis Project. Housing surgeries are also available monthly. Additional partners from CRI and Women’s wisdom bring expertise in children and families and education training and employment.

Inspire aims to reduce offending and re-offending, reduce the number of women in custody and reduce inter-generational crime. We do this by adopting a trauma informed, holistic approach where women are empowered to build resilience, recognise choices and develop strengths enabling them to create positive futures. Re-Unite makes a significant contribution to the aims and process of Inspire.

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